A photograph of birds sitting on an electric wire in a newspaper inspired a clever idea from a musician who found it. He cut out the photo and used the exact location of the birds as musical notes. This beautiful composition was created:
Yup. As seen on TV. It's the My Spy Birdhouse, the finest in avian voyeurism. Little suction cups allow you to stick this thing to your window, apply some sort of one-way bird mirror and voila...you've got your My Spy Birdhouse. Check it out:
Ok, maybe not a rage but perhaps a lost art that has a new life. We've never witnessed homing pigeons in action but they were extremely useful throughout history and this video is a pretty cool lesson in how these critters do their thing.
One is not likely to see live animals at a traditional museum. However, such is not the case at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming, where the Greater Yellowstone Raptor Experience brings visitors face to face with four of the area’s most recognizable birds—i…