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    Vocabulary - birds

    Find the names of the birds.

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    1. In European culture, the ( )   [m...] is reputed to steal shiny things. Rossini wrote an opera " The Thieving Magpie " in 1817.

    2. Making its wings dry, this black bird is a ( )   [co...]. It is an excellent diver, used to fish in Vietnam or China.

    3. Fishing boats come back followed by an army of ( )   [s...].

    4. Every night, we can hear a bird hooting. May be an ( )   [o...] has taken up residence in the tower of the church.

    5. ( )   [G...] would have given the alarm and saved Rome from a blaze.

    6. Look at the ( )   [p...] ! It parades spreading its tails.

    7. The ( )   [pi...] became sedentary in Camargue, in the south of France. (2 words)

    8. Up there in the sky, a bird glides above a field. It has seen a prey. I think it is a ( )   [h...], a diurnal bird of prey with a sharp vision.

    9. The ( )   [h...] hid in the reeds, sheltered from the wind.

    10. When we approach of the Icelandic cliffs, we can see colonies of ( )   [p...].

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