THE ENCHANTED WOOD.
Germans have thought on receiving the following reply acrAss a Plug Street/ to their latest and most venomous hymn of hate ?
I put my finger in the Wood*peckeras hole.
But the Wood-pecker cried a Got straffe your soul.
Take it out. Take it out. Take it out.
Babblers skulk and hide in thickets where the billies are covered with bush and scrub. They are fussy, e^cited, nervous birds, calling unwelcome attention to emselves by their jabber and furtive movements. ere are many here which appear to be unidentified. e most interesting Babblers in Loimwe are David's limiter Babblers, so called because of their long curved They are pretty brown birds, just like thrushes. ey have chestnut flanks. Their white breasts are fcaked down with black spots and bars.
The Laughing Thrushes occupy the same bushy
AUntry3 and are also nervous and noisy. But as they
j^AVe on ahead of you with hops and short flights,
y are more conspicuous. These birds, like their
S1ns the Seven Sisters, always move in gangs of six ot seven,
^Observation shows that birds each have their own hetAUr^e l0CaIitya as yAu move in a fixed area your house, the office and the club, so also the e King Crows, Rollers, Mynahs, and Hoopoes ^9Uent the same posts, glades or lawns, where you can P*etty sure of meeting them again.
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