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Magpies Singing

On a calm though quite chilly August Winter night
The silver billed magpies singing in the moonlight
Among Nature's finest songsters they surely belong
The magpies to sing have a beautiful flute like song
The birds who does sing every day of the year
On their breeding Season from late Winter to late Spring at night them one does hear
They sing to proclaim and defend territory
Usually on the higher branch of a tall tree
Though I have often heard them singing on the ground
Their warbling flute like notes make for a beautiful sound
Their beautiful warbling flute like songs such a joy for to hear
When the magpies sing on August nights you know Spring is near
They have nesting territories and borders to defend
And not even their own kind to them is a friend.

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