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  • n. Plural form of firecrest.

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  • They include Lyminge Forest which is a breeding site for firecrests and two of the largest populations of lady orchids, Denge/Eggringe Wood which contains Kent's only population of threatened Duke of Burgundy butterflies, and King's Wood which is home to nightjars.

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  • But Kent Wildlife Trust has raised concerns about forests classed as small commercial forests which are home to rare species ranging from nightjars and firecrests, to Heath Fritillary and Duke of Burgundy butterflies.

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