Saturday, September 30, 2006

Birds talk in a sort of code, relying on wordplay, puns, coded messages and double meanings

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The Secret Language of Birds
Adele Nozedar
HarperCollins

Feel lucky to be called bird-brained!

All the while, the birds have been calling and chirping, singing and cooing. If you `watch, listen and understand,' you can understand the secret lingo of birds, assures Nozedar. Take care, however, because the language is "a sort of code, relying on wordplay, puns, coded messages and double meanings, which would appear to give the key to many hidden secrets and mysteries."

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