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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

House Sparrow Invades Senate!  

birdCNNSenate Originally uploaded by urtica
Saw this silly piece on CNN Video last night - a bird got into the Senate press room in Washington D.C., causing a bit of havoc and providing numerous opportunities for the press to report on something a little less serious than the standard political coverage (that silly thought bubble is CNN's - not mine). Turns out that was a female house sparrow (Passer domesticus), intentionally introduced from the UK over 150 years ago. Perhaps she was bravely attempting some kind of accord between the House and Senate on the FISA debacle, or maybe she was just intending to do some "target practice."

(Thanks to buckeye for the bird ID)

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1 Comments:

Invasive in more ways than one!

By Blogger John, at 12/19/2007 10:23:00 PM  

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