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Things bird often describes (“bird ________”)
life, watching, song, watchers, cage, lime, lore, catcher, songs, cages, paradise, watcher, man, catchers, calls, notes, banding, seed, lovers, catching, dog, cherry, skins, lover, droppings, bone, shot, species, houses, david, house, hunting, woman, nesting, migration, call, feathers, bones, dogs, sanctuary, lice, study, shooting, bath, populations, head, feeding, fanciers, flight, voices, nest, prey, jaguar, tracks, food, nests, stuffer, brain, fancier, skin, moth, eggs, god, wings, feeders, watch, singing, cries, boxes, bolts, girl, boys, dogging, baths, nester, sanctuaries, hunters, islands, sounds, communities, flies, specials, cliffs, trap, colonies, diversity, protection, bolt, enemies, flocks, heads, names

Descriptive words:
little, small, young, large, old, beautiful, white, black, male, dead, wild, rare, big, poor, single, blue, strange, brown, red, yellow, canary, huge, caged, mocking, tiny, sweet, female, pretty, fine, sea, giant, sacred, winged, handsome, golden, shy, solitary, migratory, largest, like, green, mythical, dark, noble, smaller, gray, humming, frightened, live, tough, bright, flightless, night, magnificent, wise, stuffed, tropical, colored, gigantic, grey, looking, wonderful, curious, lovely, favorite, captive, enormous, tame, occasional, lone, fabulous, smallest, familiar, coloured, headed, legged, immature

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See bird used in context: 100+ rhymes, 40 Shakespeare works, 6 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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