Blane Klemek: Like Aladdin’s carpet, flying squirrels really don’t fly — they glide
Sometimes I fill my bird feeders at night. Not because I expect any nighttime avian visitors to descend from their nocturnal roosts for a late night snack, but because yours truly sometimes is pressed for time in the early morning hours before he departs for work. Indeed, filling the feeders at night ensures that the wild birds will have “full plates” even if I’m running late. And at this writing, only moments before, was one such night.
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