"Dispelling Four Common Bird Myths."

Producer: Elizabeth Meier-Austic - Documentarian

 Myth Number One: Only dumb birds run into windows:


Myth Number Two: Only endangered birds are in decline:


Myth Number Three: Birds can just fly to better habitats:


Myth Number Four: We'd be fine in a world with far fewer birds:


Windshield Biodiversity


By Orin Gelderloos, Ph.D.

If you've been driving a vehicle during the warm months in the last few years, something has been missing. You probably have not even noticed that hardly any insects have hitting your windshield: especially at night. Yet it represents an important change.


Take a short ride with Orin Gelderloos, Ph.D. as he connects bug hits on your windshield with biodiversity. He covers some vital topics that will lend context to our Earth's ecology.


-Editor UEF

Humor: Five Bee Jokes

Offense is unintentional: we are after laughter.



1Q: How did the bee break his leg?

A: He Fell off his Honey.



2Q: What kind of bees give milk?

A: Boo-bees.


3Q: What do you call a born again Bee?

A: A Bee-liever.


4Q: What do you call the last bee into the hive?

A: Bee-hind.


5Q: What is a bee's favorite kind of Moon?

A: A Honey Moon.





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Editorial Question:


What are we gonna do without the birds and bees?

Will we humans survive without Mother Nature?


It'`s about the birds and the bees, and the flowers and the trees...


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