Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust asked visitors to remember that there are rules to be observed while birdwatching, that noise can disturb the animals, and that the hides are for "quiet enjoyment only". The misuse of the structures, which remain unlocked all night, came to light after a bird spotter heard loud sexual sounds coming from a nearby hide in the south of the county. There are an estimated species recorded in the wild in Britain and around 6 million people in the country are involved in the hobby of spotting them. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust spokesman Rachel Shaw said: "Someone complained that they thought they had heard someone having sex in the bird hides in south Lincolnshire. PC Nick Willey, a local wildlife crime officer, said: "Up and down the country, hides are used for all sorts of things like drinking dens, and places for teens to hang out.
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Just how do birds have sex? Birds do not have the same familiar sexual organs as mammals. Instead, both male and female birds have a cloaca also called a vent. This one opening is the exit for the digestive, urinary, and reproductive tracts. Male birds do have testes and female birds have ovaries, but these organs change throughout the year. During the breeding season, which is triggered not only by seasonal light levels and climate, but also by resource and food abundance, the testes and ovaries will grow and begin producing sperm and ova.
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The clerk says, "Will that be cash or charge? Two vultures were in the desert eating a dead clown. The first vulture asks the second vulture: "Does this taste funny to you?
Most bird names make perfect sense. The Acorn Woodpecker really does love acorns. The Red-winged Blackbird is literally a red-winged black bird. And the California Towhee resides almost exclusively in its namesake state plus Baja California in Mexico.