School: Doire an Daimh (Derrindaffe) (roll number 10976)

Doire an Daimh, Co. Chiarraí
Mícheál Ó Foghludha
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0410C, Page 03_009

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  1. The wild birds which are commonly found in my district are; the wild duck and the pheasant. The pheasant migrates to the North of Ireland and the Orkney Islands, on the coast of Scotland, and the wild duck, migrates to the North of Europe, every Summer. The wild duck builds her nest on the bank of a river, while: the pheasant builds her nest near a ditch. The pheasant's nest is built very neatly. It is lined
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    1. gníomhairí (~1)
      1. seanchas ainmhithe (~1,185)
        1. seanchas na n-éan (~2,478)
    Bernard Stack