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“I cannot bear an unfeeling mortal. I think it murder to put an end to any living thing unless it be necessary for food or hurtful to us. If it has pleased the beneficent creator of all to call them into being, we ought to let them enjoy the common blessing of nature, and I declare no thing gives me so much pleasure as to contribute to the happiness of the most insignificant creature.” – Mary Wollstonecraft, 1759-1797
Birds in the backyard, recorded early a.m. April 2020