Where immigrants converted primeval forest and virgin prairie to farms, they prosper. Where immigrants converted farmland to cities and factories, they too put down their roots. Where immigrants built railways and highways across the land, they quickly followed. Sometimes, the descendants of immigrants scorn and vilify them. This is just the pot calling the kettle black. When the descendants of immigrants are gone, they too will be gone. Meanwhile, though, they live the American dream, for they prosper abundantly. Alan
A JUVENILE, PALE EYES, TAKEN ON A VERY DARK DAY.
A BANDED BIRD, LOOK AT THE RIGHT TARSI
The Montrose Birding Blog
Finding a roosting Northern Saw-whet Owl is a rewarding experience. The resident gang of Black-capped Chickadees located this half-asleep Saw-whet for me; without their scolding, I would have walked right by it.
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