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A Fable of The Heron, The Cat and The Bramble - Birds and Beasts
A Hare Crossing The Road - Birds and Beasts
A Poem to a Woodpecker - Birds and Beasts
A Rookery - Birds and Beasts
A White Cockerel - Birds and Beasts
Another Story of the Goose - Birds and Beasts
Bees, A Rhyme About Bees and the Time of Bee Swarming - Birds and Beasts
Bees, a Swarm of Bees Entering a House - Birds and Beasts
Bees, Buying a Hive - Birds and Beasts
Bees in a Roof - Birds and Beasts
Bees in a Roof - Birds and Beasts
Bees, it Is Unlucky If Bees Fly Away From their Owner - Birds and Beasts
Bees, Luck comes with a Strange Swarm - Birds and Beasts
Bees, Putting Bees into Mourning - Birds and Beasts
Bees, Stolen Bees - Birds and Beasts
Bees, the Day of Swarming - Birds and Beasts
Birds' Feathers - Birds and Beasts
Birds Flocking in Early Autumn - Birds and Beasts
Blind Worm, or Slow Worm - Birds and Beasts
Breaking A Swallow's Nest - Birds and Beasts
Cats as a Weather Glass - Birds and Beasts
Cats, Black - Birds and Beasts
Cats Born in May - Birds and Beasts
Cats Indicating the Place Where the Dead Have Gone - Birds and Beasts
Cock Fighting - Birds and Beasts
Cocks - Birds and Beasts
Cows Kneeling on Christmas Morn - Birds and Beasts
Crickets - Birds and Beasts
Crows' Feathers - Birds and Beasts
Cuckoo Rhymes - Birds and Beasts
Cuckoo Rhymes 2 - Birds and Beasts
Cuckoo Rhymes 3 - Birds and Beasts
Cuckoo Song - Birds and Beasts
Cuckoo Song 2 - Birds and Beasts
Cuckoo, Y Gog - Birds and Beasts
Ducks - Birds and Beasts
Flying Serpents, Gwibers - Birds and Beasts
Flying Serpents, Wibers, in Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant - Birds and Beasts
Haddock - Birds and Beasts
Hare - Birds and Beasts
Hare and the Milk Tin - Birds and Beasts
Hare, Farmer and Witch - Birds and Beasts
Hare staring at a Man - Birds and Beasts
Hedgehogs Cilcain - Birds and Beasts
Hedgehogs Llanasa - Birds and Beasts
Horse - Birds and Beasts
Horse, A White Horse - Birds and Beasts
Horses Being Able to see Spirits - Birds and Beasts
Ladybird, Ladybird - Birds and Beasts
Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog - Birds and Beasts
Magpie and the Farmer's Wife - Birds and Beasts
Magpie Thief - Birds and Beasts
Magpies Bringing Bad Luck - Birds and Beasts
Magpies Bringing Good Luck - Birds and Beasts
Moles - Birds and Beasts
Mouse - Birds and Beasts
Putting Hens To Sit - Birds and Beasts
Robin Redbreast - Birds and Beasts
Sheep, The Black Sheep - Birds and Beasts
Snake Rings, or Glain Nadroedd - Birds and Beasts
Snake, Serpent - Birds and Beasts
Spider - Birds and Beasts
Squirrel - Birds and Beasts
The Ass - Birds and Beasts
The Bewitched Churn and the Hare at Dolgellau - Birds and Beasts
The Crane Bird - Birds and Beasts
The Crow - Birds and Beasts
The Curses Upon the Robin and the Wren - Birds and Beasts
The Eagle - Birds and Beasts
The Evil Pigs - Birds and Beasts
The Goose - Birds and Beasts
The Heron - Birds and Beasts
The Jackdaw - Birds and Beasts
The Magpie teaching The Woodpigeon How to Make a Nest - Birds and Beasts
The Owl - Birds and Beasts
The Peacock - Birds and Beasts
The Pigeon - Birds and Beasts
The Raven - Birds and Beasts
The Seagull - Birds and Beasts
The Swallow - Birds and Beasts
The Swan - Birds and Beasts
The Swift - Birds and Beasts
The Tale of a Magpie - Birds and Beasts
The Woodpecker - Birds and Beasts
The Woodpigeon - Birds and Beasts
The Woodpigeon Speaking to the Farmers - Birds and Beasts
The Woodpigeon urging the Welsh Farmers to Steal - Birds and Beasts
The Wren - Birds and Beasts
Yellow Hammer (Penmelyn yr Eithin) - Birds and Beasts

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