Sunday, February 28, 2016

A Shared Habit of Birds & Humans



In Cam’s (the cardinal pictured in the second image which was taken in my my garden), book, Words In Our Beak Volume One,”she points out the male house finch bird type (seen in the first image, also taken in my garden) like herself, share a behavior that she has observed in humans. Cam writes that she’s noticed that people “might throw their arms up as a gesture to indicate they are frustrated, or giving up, and our bird types (finches and cardinals) flap our wings in a similar manner, when we want to indicate these emotions or feelings!” This is one of many observations that Cam makes when she watches people. Read more about what she has noticed in her book (”Words In Our Beak)”, which is now in Apple’s iBooks Store and is also on Amazon. Moreover, reviews for it our posed on Goodreads, and information related to it is available on Brian Lehrer's board for WNYC called A New York Values Vision Board.


ADENMENDUM: The digital versions of Volume One within the Words In Our Beak book series that are mentioned in this entry may only remain available for a limited time, but a hardcover version of Volume One can be found wherever books are sold.

Moreover, Volume Two of the book series is now available! Both volumes one and two are in hardcover format (as seen below) and can be purchased any place where books are sold.


Here's the purchase info for the hardcover versions of the Words In Our Beak book series:

Volume One: ISBN: 9780996378529:
Book Seller Info: http://bit.ly/2AFZDCz
Barnes & Noble On-Line: http://bit.ly/2AAnB26
book culture On Columbus: http://bit.ly/2FsC1Uf

Volume Two: ISBN: 9780996378536
Book Seller Info: http://bit.ly/2q75g8e
Barnes & Noble On-Line: http://bit.ly/2G65m6H

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