[Tweeters] Re: Feeders, Humans, and Nature
bullockg at earthlink.net
Sat Feb 25 08:45:05 PST 2006
This mean-spirited sarcasm doesn't belong on Tweeters.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Rogers" <hawkowl at hotmail.com>
To: <tweeters at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 1:07 AM
Subject: Re: [Tweeters] Re: Feeders, Humans, and Nature
> Wow! Can you imagine the misery that senior citizens and recovering
> patients must have had to live through for the decades before people were
> maintaining birdfeeders for them? Certainly friends, family, pets, games,
> and activities would have been of no help.
> _ Regards,
> ( '< Jason Rogers
> / ) ) Banff, AB
> //" " hawkowl at hotmail.com
>>From: Joemeche at aol.com
>>To: chris.comeau at comcast.net
>>CC: tweeters at u.washington.edu
>>Subject: Re: [Tweeters] Re: Feeders, Humans, and Nature
>>Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2006 01:45:59 EST
>>A friend of mine has placed hanging feeders outside every room in a local
>>convalescent center. She keeps the feeders clean and keeps them filled as
>>she can. She picks up the tab for the seed and does it just to give the
>>on the other side of the window a bit of joy in their otherwise lonely
>>I've done informal species counts at the center and I've noticed how one
>>chickadee can make the day a little brighter. I've seen the smiles and the
>>trembling fingers pointing at "their birds."
>>Imagine reaching a point in your life when all you can do is sit and watch
>>the birds at your feeder. Should you stop feeding them?
>>There's a different slant for the discussion.
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