Number of records in editorial history: 2
anonymous contributor
2017-09-02 00:28
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
1. The wild birds commonly found in this district are the lark, the finch, the robin, the sparrow, the wren, the blackbird, the thrush, the magpie, the crow, linnet.
2. Birds which visit but migrate are the cuckoo, the swallow, the corncrake, the wild goose, and wild duck.
3. River birds - swans in great numbers, cranes, snipe and plover, water hens and water ducks.
4. The seagulls come in on land.
5. The wild pigeon is very plentiful.
The lark builds its nest in the meadows.
The finch " " " in the bushes.
The robin " " " in walls or bushes
The sparrow " " " broken walls
The wren " " " in bushes
The blackbird" " " in trees
The thrush " " " " "
The magpie " " " " trees and bushes
The crow " " " on tops of trees
The linnet " " " in trees and bushes
The swallow " " " " eaves and holes in houses
The corncrake " " " " meadows
Swans in side " " " " islands or rivers
senior member (history)
2017-08-16 21:39
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
1. The wild birds commonly found in this district are the lark, the finch, the robin, the sparrow, the wren, the blackbird, the thrush, the magpie, the crow, linnet.
2. Birds which visit but migrate are the cuckoo, the swallow, the corncrake, the wild goose, and wild duck.
3. River birds - swans in great numbers, cranes, snipe and plover, water hens and water ducks.
4. The seagulls come in on land.
5. The wild pigeon is very plentiful.
The lark builds its nest in the meadows.
The finch " " " in the bushes.
The robin " " " in walls or bushes
The sparrow " " " broken walls
The wren " " " in bushes
The blackbird " " " in trees
The thrush " " " " "
The magpie " " " trees and bushes
The crow " " " on tops of trees
The linnet " " " in trees and bushes
The swallow " " " eaves and holes in houses
The corncrake " " " meadows
Swans in sides " " " islands or rivers