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Birds of any kind, I love watching them flying in the sky. I love to listen when they're chirping in the tree!

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The Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber) inhabits tropical South America and islands of the Caribbean.

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Dunnock - looks similar to a Sparrow, but they are solitary little birds and you will see them bobbing about the garden on their own. Whereas Sparrows like to be in a flock.

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The Jackdaw. This bird is what inspired the name of Edward Kenway's ship in assassin's creed IV black flag. (That's why I put it on this board)

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The National bird of England and the herald of Christmas - lovely little birds who peck through the lids and drink the cream from the top of the glass milk bottles on people's doorsteps. English Robin. The postmen at Christmas were named the robins because they dressed in red so people put robins on the Christmas cards.

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British Robins ... can't beat them! Wherever I've lived there has always been a robin who has totally befriended me - and I've always named them "Tim" in honour of one of my fave authors Derek Tangye, who wrote about one in his books ♥ It's unusual to see two sitting together like this; despite their endearing image they are very aggressive little birds, and will fight to the death over their territory.

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The Kagu is a flightless bird with grey plumage, which has led to the name of 'ghost of the forest' by local people. Endemic to New Caledonia in the South Pacific.

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Red Kite -- The Red Kite was saved from national extinction by one of the world's longest running protection programmes, and has now been successfully re-introduced to England and Scotland. I like the shift from orange to green.

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