IT WAS thought to be one of the biggest birds' nests ever built
in Britain. Six feet high and ten feet wide, it had been added to
by the jackdaws in the roof of St Margaret's, Moreton Say, in the
diocese of Lichfield, for the past four years or
more. With the great heap of twigs, leaves, and bits of rubbish
"they had effectively built a bonfire," the Rector, the Revd
Michael Last (right), says.
The birds could be heard in the church below, and a ...
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