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Here's an on screen preview of the puzzle. You will need to download a copy in order to enter. The 100 clues have been divided into groups of twenty to make viewing easy.

Clues 1 to 20 Clues 21 to 40 Clues 41 to 60 Clues 61 to 80 Clues 81 to 100
Clues 1 to 20 this way! 21 to 40 41 to 60 61 to 80 81 to 100

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Clues 1 to 20
No. Clue Letters
1. After knock-back becomes corrupt in polls. 7
2. Predatory bird was said to pierce meat. 4
3. The rafters due for repair? Use this very light brush. 7,6
4. Leave supporter for one expected to rise to great heights. 7
5. Loud shrieking comes from this bird. 10
6. This one had scrap with another bird. 7
7. Callous but urge some solid protein. 4,6,3
8. Turning head when surprised, wife, ready outside, to kiss lovingly..... 7
9. ..... but late love was doomed from the start. 4,4
10. Company work enclosure. 4
11. I forbid parades arranged by a flapper. 4,2,8
12. Glutton takes along time to finish off the bird. 6
13. Marine fauna of Wales was reclassified. 7
14. Puck, a well-behaved chap, went after the bird! 5,10
15. Check the French word for this tail-nibbler. 6
16. A creature that can fly from the north coast. 9
17. Type of bird with unusual craving for unsuitable food. 4
18. Unfortunately lack beard and wig - in the Westminster way..... 8,4
19. ...... but the MP has colourful headgear! 6
20. Native fielders can take off. 6,8
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Clues 21 to 40
No. Clue Letters
21. The wren - a fantastic bird! 8
22. Gaudy bird has a drink at a party. 7
23. Real elm rots, crashes and flattens everything in its path. 5,6
24. The bird is seen inside the hide! 6
25. Toxophilite wrote this story that went straight to the end? 2,3,4,5
26. From the start take rest often - tired after country dance. 6,4
27. Chief magistrate whose mate is said to be rough! 5
28. Peculiar looking lone gondolier with a single name provided a strong song. 6,6
29. Loaves with a nutty flavour? 4
30. It can fly cattle food to an isolated part of Scotland. 9
31. This bird circles the quarry. 6
32. Diver retains lawman to find someone who disappears and bobs up again. 8
33. Bird is damaged lying on a road ..... 7
34. ..... but these birds are run over by a train. 5
35. Potential peak rates for fliers. 9
36. Ring, we hear for the young bird. 6
37. Building our shelter to be in charge. 4,3,5
38. A writer long out of fashion. 5
39. Jill, march me to eccentric officer in a tree - squawking! 5,8
40. A flier in a flat spin. 7
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Clues 41 to 60
No. Clue Letters
41. One who has charge of the trumpeters, perhaps? 8
42. Pacific flier is rolled up and bound with string. 8,4
43. A look could spell danger. 6
44. See bird from cutter on headland. 9
45. Birds take most of the water plants. 8
46. Senots. (Beachcombers) 10
47. The spouse of Zeus transformed into his mother! 4
48. Gauche guest, Grace, is not all bad..... 7,3
49. ..... but a woman with money avoids wildfowl. 9
50 Bird unsuited to Ilkley Moor? 5
51. Bird with colourful streamers. 6,7
52. Fierce dinosaurs replaced one. 7
53. Late party-goer provides own light. 5,3
54. Bird was devoured by a crocodile - or was it just a myth? 3
55. Fancy a nice trip to see a black-headed bird? 9
56. Scott, the explorer, held such a bird. 6
57. Bird - call to end a catnap? 9
58. Lots err unfortunately about my favourite bird. 6,6
59. League loss for Hearts in enjoyable game ..... 8
60. ..... but the winger is in demand for international. 4
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Clues 61 to 80
No. Clue Letters
61. Flighty creatures irritated traders on back-street. 9
62. A small party is almost over in the outskirts of the city. 5
63. Discerning as a bird of prey. 5,4
64. Shorebird that gives the debt collector nothing back. 6
65. Gospel poem is enough to get this horrific reaction. 5,7
66. Part of a better celebration is for the hawk - from the last egg of three? 6
67. Grouse from Polish capital, a migrant, it turns out. 9
68. Ambassador went ahead of Reagan and got the bird! 5
69. Water birds have active hormones. 8
70. Non-Christians from India leave spectacles in the toilet! 7
71. Coveted host. (7,3,8) (To disturb commonplace people) 7,3,8
72. Diver is nauseous near germs. 9
73. Gypsy stole away with the bones. 10
74. Bird for grizzled old timer. 7
75. This flier requires warmth wrapped in clothing!..... 8
76. ..... or nestling in a crumpled towel. 5
77. More than one bird gets penalties without central heating. 7
78. Dismayed Eric's host when flight was out of the question. 9
79. Birds that are often highly strung. 5
80. Basic desires tormented these birds worshipped by ancient Egyptians. 6,6
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Clues 81 to 100
No. Clue Letters
81. Lament not starting out as a wader. 5
82. Billy draws over grotesque pottery creatures. 5,5
83. Inhabitant of New Zealand could prate about mathematical unknowns. 7
84. Fictional captain had sailors at front of ship holding the Arab. 4,7
85. Non-flier is spotted in a spinney asleep in a tree. 4
86. Bet a rule change exposes this short-tailed creature. 8
87. Winger putting money into bag. 6
88. Gets inside information in return for savings. 4,3
89. Birds spotted in big firs disturbed a long time after..... 10
90. ..... these are seen in the scenic Ulverston area. 7
91. Second placed bird came back but these big ones have gone for good. 5,4
93. These birds are problems for the county, so it's said. 5
94. Unwanted youngster is mad at home. 6,2,3,4
95. What a pig sending back horse and trap! 6
96. Inside it is in fact a long single. 5
97. Then child in fog got disorientated and was found in the library. 3,9
98. In extremes of weather even this bird can fly. 4
99. Daisy called members of a battery. 3,3,8
100. ...... and finally guess anagram: some meadow bird. 4
92. Awarded to the compiler for being bottom of the class - in numeracy!! 5,5
(Omission noticed after the puzzle came back from the printer)

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