Out working in the garden just now, I heard a Nighhawk! I looked up, and there 
it was, moving rapidly north, calling out repeatedly and hawking insects at the 
same time, like a talented juggler who can weave a complicated path through a 
marching parade while keeping three balls in the air and simultaneously telling 
a story to the crowd. 

-Geo



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