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FEATHER TALK
INTRODUCTION
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. If so, how many words is a feather worth?

Feathers, and other natural artifacts, tend to tell us stories or hint at a history that happened before our discovery. When I find a feather, or find many feathers, my imagination starts to build a story line. This active imagination of mine makes up for my lack of extrasensory perception which would produce much more accurate stories.

The stories that follow may be my idea of science fiction. Or maybe Iím a little crazy. Actually, I like being crazy. Or you could give me the benefit of the doubt and think of these tales as esoteric realities.

When you find a feather, I encourage you to make up a story and to share it with others. Birdwatching is for social interaction, exercise, and getting some of us off the couch.

Click on a bird name below to start your journey.

(More Feather Talk is in preparation so check out this page from time to time. Send comments to Keith Evans .)

American Robin

Barn Owl

Black-capped Chickadee

Canada Goose

Chukar

Northern Flicker

Rock Dove

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