The threats to American songbirds dramatically illustrate the dire plight of European-Americans.
by Kevin Alfred Strom
published as part of the American Dissident Voices broadcast of August 10, 2005
ONE OF MY small pleasures in life is bird watching, which gives me some peace in this world of constant conflict.
Over the years, I have discovered that there is a great deal to be learned from our avian neighbors, lessons that illustrate the laws of Nature that apply to us as much as to them.
Recently, a listener sent me this article from the Richmond, Virginia Times-Dispatch entitled “Songbirds in the Midwest are singing cowbird blues — Raising orphaned chicks wipes out foster families”: