The Cuckoo-An Essay

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The Cuckoo-An Essay

The Cuckoo-An Essay

The Cuckoo

The Cuckoo-An Essay

One of the birds we see is the cuckoo. It belongs to the genus of Cuculiformes. This species is found especially in Asia. 

The male cuckoo is a bright blackbird, although the colour of the female cuckoo is slightly brown. It is shorter than the crow and its neck is slightly longer than a crow’s. It is 40-45 cm long. Its eyeballs are dark red.

This is a type of migratory bird. It is more common in the spring season. It sings ‘cau, cau’ and sometimes it sings ‘to to’ for a long time.  Sometimes it calls ‘kick-kick kick’.

Spring is its breeding season. It can lay three to four eggs at a time. The cuckoo does not know how to make a nest. So it lays eggs secretly in the nest of a crow and the crow hatched the eggs into babies. It 

The cuckoo is not a beautiful bird although many poets have written poems on the theme of the cuckoo. Fruits, grains, insects etc. are the staple food of the cuckoo. Ornithologists say that the cuckoo population is declining due to deforestation.

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