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  • noun Plural form of reedling.


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  • Low beside the willow stoles the sedge-reedlings built; on the ledges of the ditches, full of flags, moor-hens made their nests.

    The Life of the Fields

  • The sedges by the shore, the flags in the shallow, slowly swaying from side to side with the current, the sedge-reedlings calling, the moorhens and water-rats, all gave an air of habitation.

    Nature Near London

  • The sedge-reedlings here begin to call very early; the first date I have down is the 16th of April, which is, I think, some weeks before they begin in other localities.

    Nature Near London

  • A long withey-bed borders the brook and is more resorted to by sedge-reedlings, or sedge-birds, as they are variously called, than any place I know, even in the remotest country.

    Nature Near London

  • Also known as bearded reedlings, they are 'parrotbills' and are the only member of the family to be found in

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