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Athens (Greece) (search for this): card 267
athering here! Euelpides By Phoebus! what a cloud! The entrance to the stage is no longer visible so closely do they fly together. Pisthetaerus Here is the partridge. Euelpides Why, there is the francolin. Pisthetaerus There is the poachard. Euelpides Here is the kingfisher. To Epops. What's that bird behind the kingfisher? Epops That's the barber. Euelpides What? a bird a barber? Pisthetaerus Why, Sporgilus is one. Epops Here comes the owl. Euelpides And who is it brings an owl to Athens? Epops Pointing to the various species. Here is the magpie, the turtle-dove, the swallow, the horned-owl, the buzzard, the pigeon, the falcon, the ring-dove, the cuckoo, the red-foot, the red-cap, the purple-cap, the kestrel, the diver, the ousel, the osprey, the woodpecker . . . Pisthetaerus Oh! what a lot of birds! Oh! what a lot of blackbirds! How they scold, how they come rushing up! What a noise! what a noise! Can they be bearing us ill-will? Oh! there! there! they are opening their