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a European corvine bird of small or medium size with red legs and glossy black plumage

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On Monday, a Chough over Hilbre, at the mouth of the Dee, was a real surprise.
A BEAUTIFUL stretch mountains of Snowdonia, such as the pied flycatcher Mountain birds such abundance, and other and the peregrine falcon The best time for twitchers as ravens, buzzards and choughs are also in birds of prey such as the sparrowhawk, the kestrel have also been known to flash their feathers here.
Then, six years ago, three choughs arrived on the Lizard peninsula in south west Cornwall, where the bird was last seen 30 years before, and two paired up.
Then, six years ago, three choughs arrived on the Lizard peninsula in south-west Cornwall, where the bird was last seen 30 years before, and two paired up.
Other birds under threat include: goshawks, red kites, merlins, osprey, barn owls, buzzards, choughs and golden eagles.
Haymeadows at the organic unit provide hay for out-wintered cattle, which are being used to improve the habitat for choughs and other wildlife in Llyn.
With the flora came the fauna, and the area is now home to many endangered species of wildlife, such as otters and choughs.
We have choughs, reed bunting, and quite a lot of skylarks.
There is an abundance of ravens, choughs and seagulls at this time of year.
Northern Ireland's only breeding pair of redbilled choughs can be seen on Rathlin during the summer.
Sheep were introduced to the farm to improve the land for choughs, which had previously been absent from Glamorgan for more than 100 years.
The pair of Cornish Choughs are one of only two breeding pairs in the country and have had two chicks.
But instead we managed to spot a pair of nesting choughs, one of the rarest birds in the world and not, incidentally, only a rude word.
THE first wild choughs to breed in England for 50 years have hatched more chicks, it emerged yesterday.
From more than 40 rings read so far, choughs have come to Conwy from as far as west Anglesey and Criccieth, showing the importance of managing for wildlife at a landscape-scale, not just around a single site.