A few thoughts from the Australian podcast ‘Off Track’.
The cliff swallows have returned for the nesting season. As with the barn swallows, if their nests are completed and eggs laid they cannot be disturbed until the chicks fledge. Dozens of cliff swallows overhead this morning.
A wonderful and light hearted look into a Big Year. Having been a bird keeper at a major U.S. zoo for many years it was a very enjoyable read. If you don’t know what the Big Year is it is a must read. Wanted to read it after watching the enjoyable film.
Observed eight Wilson’s Snipe enjoying a Christmas dinner between 1630 and 1700 hrs.
(One of my poor reference photos)
And just as the kids arrived we heard and saw a Great Horned Owl perched in a nearby tree. Great wildlife day.
First, apparently your ad agency and editor did not attend class when evolution was presented, or they were asleep, do not subscribe to the theory of evolution or don’t understand evolution basics. Birds evolved from reptiles. Many reptiles lay eggs. Eggs appeared before birds. Your “rooster v the egg” advert is moot.
Secondly, your “Hot House” (fireman falling through the floor) advert is in bad taste considering the recent loss of two firefighters in San Francisco and others around the world. It should have been pulled.
Thirdly, I will never return to your service. Stop the junk mail and save a tree. #directv
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