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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Wagtail

Wagtails are flying birds. Male wagtails are black above and white below. Female wagtails are grey and white. Young wagtails are brownish grey with black breast band.
They drink water and eat worms, flies, other insects and bread.
Wagtails can be found in towns and gardens, on farmland and near water. Wagtails are usually found on the ground. Wagtails run along the ground.  They have long tails and they bob them.

 By Natalia and Shannon

5 comments:

  1. very good report on the wagtail Natalia and shannon :)

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  2. moreblessing and laurenJune 13, 2011 at 3:54 AM

    hi
    very good report on the pied wagtail its fantanstic well done keep up the good work girls<3

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  4. thank you for the lovely compliments girls.We hope you enjoyed our pied wagtail report.we hope that youre report is also good

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  5. I love your report,Shannon and Natalia,
    The magpie and the wagtail both are black and white and have long tails.
    Your report was lovely and full of new facts.
    Bye,
    Hannah

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