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Column: I really don’t know crows at all

Column: I really don’t know crows at all

Crows are crafty, canny, charming, and quite unpredictable.
Column: Surfeit of obfuscation

Column: Surfeit of obfuscation

Labelling on products ranges from proclamations that are bold and clear to declarations using vague terms and printed with small, difficult-to-read fonts.
Column: Bird nests 101

Column: Bird nests 101

The skill and resourcefulness of birds are enviable
Column: Please hang up

Column: Please hang up

Are we pushing real, live communication to the brink of extinction?
Letters: Let Anna’s birds build their nests first

Letters: Let Anna’s birds build their nests first

A Richmond News reader reminds others to not over-clean their properties
Column: We have to get SPCT: Serious about the Prevention of Cruelty to Trees

Column: We have to get SPCT: Serious about the Prevention of Cruelty to Trees

Trees have rights, and just like everything and everyone else with rights, they should not have to endure cruelty
Column: An annoyance of ads

Column: An annoyance of ads

In English, the tradition of coining extravagant collective nouns for groups of things, above all animals, birds and fish, goes back centuries
Column: Mind-boggling marvel in a shell

Column: Mind-boggling marvel in a shell

The chicken, originally from southeast Asia, became domesticated about 8,000 years ago and its eggs are now one of our most popular and nutritious foods
Column: What’s beneath our feet

Column: What’s beneath our feet

Walking is a different experience when you realize what mysterious, intricate and life-supporting networks you’re stepping on
Column: Our house in Burkeville 65 years ago

Column: Our house in Burkeville 65 years ago

A modest house built during World War II, our home in Canada for the first three years, offered us undreamt of luxury