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Re: in defense of starlings was: fat birdies

> From: Island Jim <jsinger@igc.org>
> it's human nature to "flock", also, marge. who said we dislike most
> that are most like us?

True, true, Jim. I have no idea who said that, but they were right in
many instances.  It's OK for humans to move in herds of thousands,
but not for other critters...wonder what the birds think about us
when they watch the morning and evening rush hour traffic around
here?  Or fly over the miles and miles and miles of nothing but
"townhomes" taking up every bit of what used to be beautiful rolling

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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