The daws may peck upon one's sleeve without injury, but whoever wears his heart upon his tympanum gets it not far from the neck.
After the hot summer days the mist sometimes hung over the moorland as if a whole lake were behind the old trees, among which the crows and the daws were fluttering.
He came to a certain place near Bevagna, in which a great many birds of various types had congregated, including doves, crows and some others commonly called daws .
The daws would appear in a body of two or three hundred birds, but after a little while many of them would go on to their own villages further away.
Eagles commonly fly alone: they are crows, daws , and starlings that flock together.