CURRENTLY READING

6 Dec
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill/a division of Workman Publishing 2014 Hardcover first edition-216 pages Non fiction

Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill/a division of Workman Publishing 2014
Hardcover First Edition-216 pages
Non Fiction

“Each morning at first light, Michele Raffin steps outside into the bewitching bird music that heralds another day at Pandemonium Aviaries. A full symphony that swells from the most vocal of more than 350 avian throats representing more than 40 species. “It knocks me out, everyday,” she says. ……………”

“Birds fall in love, mourn, rejoice, and sacrifice; they have a sense of humor, invent, plot, and cope. They can teach us volumes about the interrelationships of humans and animals.”

When I first saw this book, all I did was read the Preface about Oscar the Finch, and my heart fell hopelessly and madly in love. This is the true story about the author and her Life Among the Exotic & the Endangered.

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One Response to “CURRENTLY READING”

  1. Silvia Thomson December 6, 2014 at 8:59 p12 #

    Im reading it too and I LOVE it!! Good one!! Thanks to you(: they love to boogie to Xmas songs too! Birds are amazing.

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