English Zoologist Quotes
A true bond of friendship is usually only possible between people of roughly equal status. This equality is demonstrated in many indirect ways, but it is reinforced in face-to-face encounters by a matching of the posture of relaxation or alertness.
They are so plump that you feel inclined to pat them, only they are too small.
Birds have no need to lurk hidden in dens, or to slink from place to place under the shelter of the inequalities of the ground or of the vegetation which clothes it, as is the case with some many animals of similar size.
Fortunate are those who have learned to see, in the wild things of nature, something to be loved, something to be wondered at, something to be revered, for they will have found the key to a never-failing source of recreation and refreshment.
Hugh B. Cott
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