Friday, May 21, 2010

PDP #223: A Bird in the Fence

Plenty of animals have adapted to the city life. Whether it's birds that have learned how to ride the subway or the incredibly fat pigeon I found just chilling in London Victoria station in 2004, their presence enriches the city - think about what it would be like if there was no birdsong echoing along quiet streets. I'm no ornithologist, so I have no idea what kind of bird this is, but I know it looked perfectly in its element while hanging out in the middle of a chain link fence at Monarch Park Collegiate along Coxwell Avenue.

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1 comment:

  1. One of the things I miss most in Korea is the sound of animals. I've seen birds once and only heard them twice in my year here. I'm not even in a big city like Seoul.

    It's incredibly refreshing to hear it suddenly after so long without.