To Birds, Storm Survival Is Only Natural

Posted In Features, Inform, Sandy Storm
Nov
14

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Photo courtesy of: © Tim Davis

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy and the spiteful me-too northeaster, much of the East Coast looked so battered and flooded, so strewed with toppled trees and stripped of dunes and beaches, that many observers feared the worst. Any day now, surely, the wildlife corpses would start showing up, especially birds, for who likelier to pay when a sky turns rogue than the ones who act as if they own it?

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