jackdaw


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jackdaw

a large common Eurasian passerine bird, Corvus monedula, in which the plumage is black and dark grey: noted for its thieving habits: family Corvidae (crows)
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Hardly had this been accomplished when the flock of Jackdaws reached them.
A JACKDAW has been put to sleep after becoming stuck to freshly painted rugby posts.
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The story is about a jackdaw wanting to invite friends to a party.
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The crows responded significantly more often to unfamiliar than familiar human voices and, conversely, responded more to familiar than unfamiliar jackdaw calls.
The researchers used recordings of human voices and jackdaw calls to test the birds' responses.
A WOMAN who has lost her pet jackdaw has appealed for the public's help to find her.