Experience: I let a baby bird nest in my hair for 84 days

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Friday, March 25, 2022

I learned his different calls; he purred when he was content, sounded a high-pitched alarm when he was afraid. I’d forage for his food and clean up his litter, which was exhausting. I never named him because he didn’t belong to me – I had to remind myself that he needed to return to the wild.

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