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Oh, to Be a Migratory Bird

This summertime, like every other, the migrating birds are back in the area to sing, interact socially, and flirt. May we live vicariously through them as we isolate in our homes!
To that end, I provide to you the most aspirational and enviable of our annual feathered visitors.
Scarlet Tanager
The male scarlet tanager is a sight to behold, with his dynamic and unmistakable plumage. His self-confidence is unrivaled!

American Goldfinch

Cerulean Warbler.
Once, a popular author composed a book about her. Need to be great.

A stringent vegetarian, the goldfinch has a smaller sized carbon footprint than his meat-loving peers. (Though he accidentally consumed a worm once while intoxicated on a fermented apple– and kind of liked it.).

Green Heron.
This bird just recently returned from Tulum, which is where you were expected to be last month for your good friends wedding. You had actually currently bought a new swimwear.

American Woodcock.
The woodcock is an exceptionally silly-looking bird, but he does not give a hoot what you think– he just dances. Cut your own bangs, then dance away the shame.

The male scarlet tanager is a sight to behold, with his dynamic and apparent plumage. His confidence is exceptional! The woodcock is an exceptionally silly-looking bird, but he doesnt give a hoot what you believe– he just dances. Cut your own bangs, then dance away the pity.