The Perspicacity of Living with Sparrows

The Perspicacity of Living with Sparrows

There’s not much a non-vet can do for an injured adult bird except put it in a dark quiet place and keep it away from predators. We could give it some birdseed and water if it was a seed-eater (the grosbeak was), but it usually wouldn’t eat under such circumstances (the grosbeak did). This is how I learned the body is its own healer, that good intentions have no physiological power, and that patience is the gateway between celebration and mourning.

The Perspicacity of Living with Sparrows: Lauren Hudgins on Chris Chester

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