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green eggs and is called the King of all song birds.
The Blackbirds build their nests the same way, but have a layer of withered grass over the clay; they lay five eggs of a very pale green speckled with dark spots.
When a storm is coming the Starlings cluster together and make a great noise chattering. In heavy wind the Crow flies very low to the ground so it is said it is easier to fly than higher up. The Cock Blackbird has a very dark plumage and a yellow beak. By a freak of nature sometimes they are seen with white parts through them. About five or six years ago there was a Blackbird seen several times on the Avenue Road Dundalk with a white head and neck and a yellow beak. I saw in the daily paper a few were