|HOUSE SPARROWS ARE FEATURED IN WIOB|
Upon (most recently) my seeing the House sparrow (perching on a portion of a railing that surrounds my rooftop garden) which is depicted in the image directly above, I can easily interpret the term "bird watching," to mean whom is watching whom?
Are we humans bird watching as we observe our avian community or are they the ones who watch us? In volume one of my book series, Words In Our Beak...
|MY BOOK SERIES|
... the story's narrator (who happens to be a female cardinal) explains that when a bird watches a person, the activity is called, "people-ing."
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