[CT Birds] OT: Birders driving
mardi1d at gmail.com
Thu Aug 15 15:01:32 EDT 2013
You crack me up with this little dilly! Another great idea to start a list for only what you see
only on the hood of ones car going 40mph! Birds, butterflies, insects et al. And you thought
you were done doing lists or chasing Dave. Ha! LOL. I know this is stretching but I included
the word bird, for list sake.
On Aug 15, 2013, at 12:50 PM, David F Provencher (Generation - 4) wrote:
> Birders are notoriously risky drivers, what with all that "What's that!" going on as we operate motor vehicles. Well I added a new level of distracted driving this morning when a Hairstreak (a butterfly) landed on the hood of my car at a red light. The light turned green and I had to try to identify the Hairstreak while driving 40 mph in traffic. I would have been safer texting. The butterfly was hanging on for dear life in the 40 mph wind and I couldn't see a single damn field mark till the next red light. It was a Coral Hairstreak. No butterflies or other motorists were harmed in the making of this life experience.
> David Provencher
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