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If Birds Ruled the World

(In a non-Hitchcockian kind of way!)

Photo by Cindy Lazenby on Unsplash

I know. When we think of birds in charge of the world, we can’t help but think of those scary scenes of crows and starlings smashing through windows and clouds of birds attacking children on their way home from school in the infamous Hitchcock movie “The Birds”. Why do I say “infamous”? Because birds have been getting a bad rap ever since, and a noisy flock,blackening the summer sky…

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Deborah Barchi

Deborah Barchi

Deborah Barchi has recently retired from her career as a librarian and now has time to read, explore nature, and write poetry and essays.

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