Bird Lady


CHESTER - On the wide country just below the Marias River, 25 miles south of Chester, sits a simple wooden building. Often in the early morning, wild birds flock across the tawny fields to its windows and perch there, drawn by some impulse to see what's inside. The little sparrows and their ilk stare inside at magnificent exotic creatures that share some distant relation to themselves. One imagines the stir that would arise if the revered specimens of the human race - an Achilles, a Beethoven, a George Washington - suddenly appeared together at the local diner. Here on the plains, these bir...

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