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Chirpy Challenge quiz – which bird is which?

Birds that you’ve seen

Over the past weeks, we’ve talked about 19 different birds and in this post you’ll see pictures of each one.

Your challenge is, can you name them? There are some clues! Or can you give them new names? Let me know how you get on and I’d love to see any drawings you make 🙂

If you need help, check out the Chirpy Challenges page or find the answers at the bottom of this post.

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Chirpy Challenge 18

Any idea what this wee bird is?

Over these last years this wee bird has been seen more frequently in towns.

Check out its position on the tree, what d’you think it’s doing?

Look at its beak, what d’you think it eats?

Check under ‘T’ here: https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z/

Challenge – can you draw this one?

Time for a tale

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Chirpy Challenge 17

Another wee bird

Hi folks, do you recognise this wee bird?

For some of you, it’s such a common sight, you may not have ever really looked at it’s bonny plumage.

Even its call may be so familiar to you that it’s just another everyday sound that you hardly notice 🙂

Check out its beak, what d’you think it eats?

Challenge – can you draw this one?

Time for a tale –

This story has many shapes and forms, do you recognise it?

Nippit Fit, Clippit Fit‘, from the telling of Elizabeth MacKinnon and Annie Johnston
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Chirpy Challenge 14

The May May 18

Mornin folks, here’s another bird for you! D’you know it’s name?

Clothes and shape

Last week’s Chirpy Challenge was one ‘sky dancer’, the swift – and here’s another beautifully aerodynamic bird 🙂

Notice the red above and below its bill. This bird has deep blue on its wings and a very long forked tail.

Challenge – can you draw it?

Find out what it is on the RSPB bird identifier under ‘S’: https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/bird-a-z

 

Glenbuchat July 14

This is a swallow 🙂

Time for a Tale – this is called Thumbelina and the Swallow, adapted from the Hans Anderson story:

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