I love eating, long train rides, and watching birds! Folks say I'm wise as an owl and free as a bird, but watch out, if you get on my bad side I'll be madder than a wet hen. When I'm not at work acting like a sitting duck, I tend to fly the coop with my trusty pal Josiah the Jay to yet another foreign country. I've watched birds on every continent, and kept a log of all my great birding experiences. Each time I see a new bird, it's just another feather in my cap. I just finished publishing these experiences into a book titled "Birds of a Feather Flock Together: an eagle eye look into the lives of our avian cousins". It can be found in the Bird City, Kansas book store (home sweet home). There is a limited number of copies so be sure to get it now, because as I always say "The early bird gets the worm." And if you don't buy into this saying, well, your goose is cooked. My two passions are travelling and sharing my experiences, so I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone and start up an account here on Lonely Planet. That way everybody can get a bird's eye view into my life. After all, a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. Anyways, a little birdie told me the reader is probably bored by now, so I'll wrap it up. My only travel advice is don't put all your eggs in one basket and sure as hell don't count your chickens before they hatch. I'll go out on a lark and say that at the very least, my experiences will give you something to crow about. That's for the birds.
Canary Islands, bird sanctuaries