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Birds Eggs
   is the study of   
Alfred Hitchcock
The Birds (1963)
Jubjub Birds
   appear in the universe of   
The Jabberwocky
"Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun The frumious Bandersnatch!"
   is the number of   
Calling Birds
   is used to   
Conjure a Flock of Birds from a Wand
Latin for bird. Used by Mr Ollivander to check that Viktor Krum's wand was in working order before the Triwizard Tournament: Goblet of Fire
Feed the Birds
   comes from the musical   
Mary Poppins
Any of Several Large Brown Gull-like Predatory Birds of Colder Waters of Both Northern or Southern Seas
It is Not Only Fine Feathers That Make Fine Birds
   is the moral of   
The Jay and the Peacock
Qui Se Ressemble S'assemble
Birds of a Feather Flock Together
Faire D'une Pierre Deux Coups
To Kill Two Birds With One Stone
Pigliar Due Piccioni Con Una Fava
To Kill Two Birds With One Stone
   is an acute fear of   
   is the killing of   
The Birds (1963)
   was set in   
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Island Birds
   is based in   
The British Virgin Islands
   means pollinated by   
Auk, Moa, Kipi
   are all   
Extinct Birds
The Dodo & Passenger Pigeon are 2 others
Emu, Kiwi, Cassowary
   are all   
Flightless Birds
Coq, Dinde, Canard
   are all   
French Farm Birds
Birds of a Feather
   featured the character   
Sharon Theodopolopodos
Played by Pauline Quirke
Birds of a Feather
   featured the character   
Tracey Stubbs
Played by Linda Robson
Birds of a Feather
   featured the character   
Dorien Green
Played by Lesley Joseph
Birds of a Feather
   featured the character   
Chris Theodopolopodos
Played by Peter Polycarpou
Although Flightless, Kiwi Birds Have Wings
They have tiny residual wings.
The Birds (1963)
Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy and Suzanne Pleshette
Birds Sing for Pleasure
They are usually warning other birds to keep out of their territory or trying to attract a mate
Close to You
   has the opening line   
Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear Every Time You Are Near?
The Carpenters
The Birds (1963)
   has the tagline   
"...and Remember, the Next Scream You Hear May Be Your Own!"
Birds Anonymous (1957)
Also featuring Tweety Pie
Birds Anonymous (1957)
Tweety Pie
Also featuring Sylvester
Sing a Song of Sixpence
   possibly originated from   
Pies Cooked Containing Live Birds
In medieval Europe.
Go With the Birds
   is hobo slang for   
To Go South for the Winter
Study of Wonderful Birds and Other Living Creatures
   was made in   
Huang Kuan; ink and color on silk, c. 940; Palace Museum, Beijing
The Birds (1963)
Tippi Hedren, Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy, and Suzanne Pleshette
   is divination by   
Observing Flight of Birds
The Three Little Birds
   was written by   
The Brothers Grimm
Children's and Household Tales, 1823
Birds of a Feather Flock Together
Opposites Attract
Birds of a Feather
   was written by   
Jacqueline Winspear
2004. They start turning up dead—poisoned, then bayoneted for good measure.
(They Long To Be) Close To You
   has the opening line   
Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear
1970, The Carpenters
Joan Miró
Women and Birds at Sunrise
1946, oil on canvas; Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona
For the Birds
Louis De Bernieres
Birds Without Wings
An Appointment With Mr Yeats
White Birds
The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Mbube)
   was released by   
Solomon Linda and The Evening Birds
1939 - inducted in 2007
   the award was won by   
All The Birds Singing by Evie Wyld
Charlie Jane Anders
   won the Nebula Award with   
All The Birds In The Sky
2017 winner
The ____
   contains the creature   
He Birds

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