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Wild pheasant in Field, courtesy of Daniel Burka, Unsplash


The caw of this cock pheasant

blasts at us from all around the yard.

Louder than a crow,

when he’s close by it’s almost startling,

even when I half expect it —

I’ve never heard so loud a CAW CAW!




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Author of Printz Honor winner Stuck In Neutral

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