A few years ago, a researcher named Andrew Eppels found a bird ring in a garage in a nearby town.
He wrote about it in his blog and, for some reason, people liked it.
He got a bunch of emails and comments, including this one: I like the bird sound.
It sounds like a nice sounding bell, like the one in a car.
You know, the one that opens a door and lets you in.
It also sounds like it’s ringing, but that’s a little different.
This is a bird that you can hear in the woods.
The sound is just like a bird’s song.
I love the sound of the bird.
I’m not sure if you guys even realize it.
I am sure it is.
The bird sounds are just a part of the human sound system, and this is just one of the ways in which our auditory systems can be tricked into doing our jobs.
I think that’s really the essence of what this post is about.
I hope that you’ll all enjoy the post, and if you do, if you think this post deserves a spot on the site, then please let me know.
Thanks for reading.