By Donald J. Borror, Richard E. White
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At the start nobody knew how to get the oil off feathers, much less what to do with a bird once it was cleaned. I learned to distrust authority, as when my ornithology professor solemnly told us that rhinoceros auklets eat plankton. indd 57 2/17/11 11:17 AM 58 . ” Practical experience beats theory and abstraction every time. Auklets will eat thawed herring, and so will pelicans, but a loon won’t even look at a dead fish unless you “swim” it through the water toward it, and even then they much prefer live minnows.
We made a five-hour beeline back to the college, listening to the radio and looking for comfort. But when we regrouped the following day, after a night of television news, my students were agitated and frightened, and they insisted that we return to the woods. There was widespread drought at the time, and water in the nearby backcountry was very hard to find. Nonetheless, we hurried out of town, apparently all believing that we would be safer at the far northern end of the national forest. We made camp during a sudden downpour, filling cooking pots with rainwater streaming off big blue tarps.
Indd 42 2/17/11 11:17 AM Perceiving a World of Relations . 43 ter, and just about every time I wander into the marsh I find endless pieces of plastic. Oil cans and oil jugs are less common, but plastic bottles and bags are ubiquitous. It is too much to catalog. I now know where all that tidal trash comes from. My mind shifts to the streams and rivers I have come to know, the patterns of land use in this watershed, the flows of stormwater through the estuary and the impact on all life downstream.
A Field Guide to Insects: America North of Mexico by Donald J. Borror, Richard E. White