Wagtails sentence example

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  • The greater number of birds belong to the order Passeres; starlings, weavers and larks are very common, the Cape canary, long-tailed sugar bird, pipits and wagtails are fairly numerous.
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  • The wetland area revealed a pair of Black-headed Wagtails and two Black-headed buntings feeding in the grasses.
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  • The open grasslands produced more Great bustards, Collared pratincole, lots of lapwing, redshank and blue headed wagtails.
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  • There were also many Yellow Wagtails feeding around the grazing cattle, plus one Little Egret.
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  • A trickle of Gray and Yellow Wagtails overhead and a female pintail were the only sightings of any note.
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  • At each path of green grass we could see common European pipits, Wagtails and Laughing Doves.
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  • More welcome wildlife spotted included gray wagtails, mallards and blackbirds.
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  • He had seen up to 15 yellow wagtails in fields on the farm.
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  • We also saw a pair of gray wagtails, in very smart fresh breeding plumage, running about in the shallows chasing insects.
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  • A Lapland Bunting passed over at the Bill, where the bulk of visible passage otherwise consisted of Linnets and alba wagtails.
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  • Blue-headed Wagtails were particularly obvious, as was a male Red-backed Shrike and several whinchats.
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  • Wagtails scratching in the ground, squirrels scamper all around Hiding nuts for their winter store.
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  • The trickle of visible migrants included 3 White Wagtails passing overhead at the Bill.
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  • He had seen up to 15 Yellow Wagtails in fields on the farm.
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  • Blue-headed Wagtails were particularly obvious, as was a male Red-backed Shrike and several Whinchats.
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