3. Identify all fields you plan to include in the birds and

3. Identify all fields you plan to include in the birds and tricks tables. For example, in the bird table, you might want species, size, age, name, and so on. In the tricks table, you might want the trick name and description. You will need to assign a primary key in each table. Hint: Before you begin, review some database design samples in this chapter.You might spot a similar situation that requires an associative entity that you can use as a pattern. In addition , remember that numeric values work well in primary key fields.