Thursday, June 28, 2018


   Biologists finished moving the “bluesnest” early Wednesday morning, dragging it metre by painstaking metre to a new location out of harm’s way at the rear of the festival’s main stage. The move, which began Tuesday night and resumed at dawn Wednesday, was “textbook perfect,” according to Monika Melichar, executive director of the Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary in Minden, Ont.
   “Moving the nest was great. It’s been attempted for other species, but no one’s ever attempted it for killdeer before,” Melichar said.
  I can rest easy now.

1 comment:

  1. There is way too much government when nonsense like how a bird can hold a 31 million dollar tourist attraction hostage.The real question the MSM media hasn't answered or inquired about is how much did it cost for round the clock security, bird whisperers to come from afar, assorted government flunkies to assess the "situation".