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The blackbird is one of the most common birds in the UK. It mainly eats worms and insects as well as fruits and berries when they are in season. It may also make occasional visits to bird tables. Its frequent behaviour can be seen by it turning over leaves beneath trees and other plants looking for food. The nest is mainly built by the female and she will use dry grass , twigs and moss and she will line the nest with mud to hold it together. The female will usually lay three eggs and these are incubated for two weeks. The young leave the nest two weeks later but will still be dependant on their parents. Read More...
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