Let me tell you why I love Tuesdays. Tuesdays are the designated “Science” day in the New York Times. I should also say that I love Wednesdays, too! That would be the “Food and Wine” day.
The fact that today is Friday only goes to show that I don’t always have time to view the paper on a daily basis.
Acorn woodpeckers are industrious, cooperative birds that live in family groups. Each family has several “helper” woodpeckers that do not breed. These birds devote their time to gathering acorns and other food for the young.
In other words, they’re the equivalent of ornithological “nannies”.
I hope you’ll agree that the concept is interesting…and the photo isn’t bad, either!