Steven Hawking In Maryland

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15 Responses to Steven Hawking In Maryland

  1. emsnews says:

    Spring finally came to my mountain. The trees frantically pushed out their buds and blossoms and now it is finally green again! Just last week all was brown and grey.

    Yesterday as I worked outside in the mild weather when I saw a hawk being harried by the male finches defending their new nests they built just this last week. It is always hilarious to see a gang of finches dive bombing much larger birds, they do this to crows, ravens and even eagles if they are particularly angry.

    This happens only in nesting season. The rest of the year, the smaller song birds avoid the larger prey birds.

    • Hilarious Headline…

      Another Climate Alarmist Stat they like to throw out are the week Cherry Blossoms come out in DC… and other plants around the Nation Sprouting…

      I wonder why the Alarmists are soooooo quiet this year??

  2. omanuel says:

    Thanks for your great sense of humor !

  3. inMAGICn says:

    Which brings up the question: Why is Steven hawking?

  4. Dave N says:

    Hawking is a CAGW alarmist, proving once again that very, very smart people can also be very, very dumb.

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    It wouldn’t have a chance in my area…not because of wind turbines either. The local birds go nuts as soon as they see a hawk and they collectively gang up on it and drive it away.

    Although Aussie birds are supposed to be brighter than yours.

    I can add some empirical data to that – my suburb used to be beset with Indian Mynas, which are introduced, ultra competitive and fecund. But then a few years ago they started to decline. Last Friday the birdlife gave alarm and I went outside and saw a black kite (a type of hawk) chasing a small group of fleeing mynas whilst in turn being mobbed by the native birds.

    So what had happened is the myna population built up to a point that the raptors noticed that a new supermarket had opened…then sucked most of them up because they don’t have the same instincts as the local natives.

    • emsnews says:

      Little birds know that power lies in numbers and noise levels.

      I always note when they mob a raptor because of the racket they make. When I work near their feeders, they keep a constant commentary aimed at me, too. Most of it cussing, I assume.

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