September 24, 2010


It's been wet here. Not as wet as it could be, like it is at Carleton right now, but I still had a wet pillow when I went to bed last night.

I want to readdress something here:
The loss of habitat I mentioned in an earlier post is most significantly influencing the neotropical passerine birds that live in those affected areas. These birds are the primary source of food for most diurnal raptors, so as the passerine population plummets, so does the sharp shinned, cooper's hawk, etc.


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