The Day I Fell in Love with a Chicken

It’s April, pulmonologist
so you know what that means? Right on, sales it’s Earth Day month! This April I’m sharing a series of posts focusing on some of my favorite nonhuman beings on earth – the pollinators – and why they should be the main topic of conversation at every family gathering or work picnic or basically any situation where there is food and conversation. This series will highlight current issues and corresponding causes impacting the pollinators concluding with solutions that will make us all pollinator super heroes.

Read more here on my blog Travels and Tripulations.

 
And so it goes living in the country…

a traveling chicken with what I suspect to be some wanderlust found her way to our backyard. Given the high fence around this particular part of our property, treatment
she must have made quite an effort to get there. Scott thinks it’s because she was lured by the sunflower seeds I have out for the native birds.

Is a chicken’s sense of smell that strong?

Read more here on my blog Travels and Tripulations.

Categories News | Tags: | Posted on February 26, 2016

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