Kings River at Cricket Hollow Park
Although you may not see them, about a million birds hang out in the trees along Kings River. Occasionally a little fellow will flutter to the ground to check things out, but then he will head back to one of the branches.
The grass is cool, the soil has worms and seeds, and there are a lot more food crumbs on the ground than in a tree. However, a tree has something the ground cannot offer – a view! For having a good look around and seeing where you are at in the world, there are few places like a tree. Birds appreciate the view from a tree and sing a song about it. It’s called “The Air of the Fowls.”