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Book Examines Connection Between Humans, Birds

Feb 24, 2008 (All Things Considered) — Whether it's a common sparrow or a rare warbler, it's a human instinct to watch birds. At least, that's the premise of Jonathan Rosen's new book, The Life of the Skies: Birding at the End of Nature, which explores the relationship between humans and birds.

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