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Stories count: 4
  1. (no title)

    The birds seen around this district are, the robin, the wren, the blackbird, the thrush, the stair, the pigeon, the crow, the magpie, the snipe, the woodcock, the pheasant, the patridge, the oul, the curlew, the plover, the joy, the hawk, and the linnet, and during the Summer months there number is added to by the coming of the cuckoo, the swallow, and corncrake.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Kitty Hanratty
  2. (no title)

    The crow, robin, blackbird, thrush, linnet, yellowhammer, wren chaff-finch, phesant, lark patridge, water-hen, plover, martin, pigeon, wood-cock, magpie, crane snipe, wagtail, wild-goose, curlew, hedge-sparrow, are the common wild-birds seen in this district during the Winter, and in the Summer, the swallow, cuckoo, and corncrake, are added to the number.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Brigid Maguire