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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The process of gathering and arranging jackdaw artifacts for display facilitates children's active involvement.
Head gardener Joseph Atkin was astounded to see another albino jackdaw.
STAFF at a stately home could be forgiven for getting into a flap over a tribe of nesting jackdaws at their Northumberland property.
Jackdaw has been presenting shows in Wales since 2007, drawing on traditional tales and creating original material.
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Mark Roberts, animal collection officer for the RSPCA with the rescued jackdaw
ROOKS and jackdaws have teamed up in noisy, mixed flocks for winter.
And his stolen chompers were later returned safe by youth hostel staff who found the jackdaw had dropped them.
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