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#whsfridayfact  Bird watching and the 'white' black bird

Bird watching and the 'white' black bird
Bird watching and the 'white' black bird

#whsfridayfact  Bird watching and the ‘white’ black bird

As we are nestled comfortably in the South Downs we are honoured to be visited by so many species of bird. There used to be a ‘white’ blackbird who regularly nested at school and was well known to the pupils and staff. Some of you may remember this little feathered friend.  Even today we have bird feeders all around the school and we enjoy their company. 

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