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No 'bird whisperer'

Postby Pajarita » Tue Apr 09, 2019 11:26 am

I LOVED LOVED LOVED this story - all of it! I felt identified with this guy (the part that says that he can identify each of his birds by their vocalizations stroke a chord with me because I not only can tell which bird is vocalizing, I can also tell if it's a normal, a scared or an angry one) But I particularly liked it when he said that, although people call him a 'bird whisperer', he is not such thing as he has scars from their claws and bites all over his hands (like I said, this guy and I could be bossom buddies :lol: ).

https://gargoyle.flagler.edu/2019/04/bi ... ven-birds/
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