`The following notes were made... in those extensive woods which once formed part of the Forest of Feckenham, Worcestershire... At first I heard nothing more than Thrushes, Blackbirds and Nightingales, except a Nightjar... A WoodWarbler was singing among the oaks... Coming to the outskirts of the wood, I saw a Cirl Bunting singing in a little orchard close by. These birds have increased very much


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