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Swallows are even sweeter in pairs: upon a mooring line at Navy Pier this morning. 


Bird populations in Fukushima plummet after nuclear disaster -- Science World Report

” Bird populations may have declined to a large extent in Japan’s Fukushima province due to the disaster that occurred there in 2011. Scientists have taken a closer look at bird populations and have found that since the March 11 earthquake, which caused the nuclear catastrophe, bird populations have plummeted. 238 more words


Really Awfully Hard to Swallow

Last weekend we went to a site near our new International White Elephant – er, I mean Airport – where thousands upon thousands of barn swallows put on a display before roosting for the night. 251 more words


Rural Joys

There are many joys out here. Of course, the people are wonderful, but I’ve already mentioned them. While wandering about the farm or driving through the countryside, I have seen deer and wild turkeys. 151 more words


Hanging out

Pictures: Barn Swallows.

Hanging out: I am pretty much just hanging out today, doing a lot of nothing, life is good.

Night folks


Chapter 15: Of Foxes and Hens

You are my best friend and my big buddy.
(John-3 to Dad)

The day-old chicks arrived at the store in a box delivered by U.S. 2,341 more words


The Barn Swallows Return

By Shirley Landis VanScoyk

The barn swallows are back! Every year they arrive here on or around my birthday (April 24th). I was in the yard, thinking about all my birthday surprises. 939 more words

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