The Birds and the Berries: Narrated

Here’s a movie about birds, berries, chopsticks, bottle caps, and aggies.

 

Bringing Up Baby Robins

Raising baby Robins is trickier than you might think. They can’t digest worms when they first hatch, for example, anymore than a newborn infant could eat filet mignon. So what do they eat? They don’t have diapers. How do the parents keep the nest from getting completely gross in the first two days? After two weeks, each nestling is eating 14 feet of worm a day, so the parents are worm hunting at warp speed.
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Robins as Pedestrians

It’s a wonder suburban thoroughfares aren’t littered with the corpses of Robins, as much as they play in the street. But they successfully avoid the oncoming cars. What I want to know is WHY they choose so often to be pedestrians. Sure, they fly across streets some of the time, but they’re just as likely to run.
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