Identifying the whatchamacallits

Posted on | January 14, 2010 | No Comments

Ah, nature. It’s so full of whatchamacallits.

For many, no labels are necessary when a flower catches the eye or a bird flits overhead. It could be cuckoo or it could be a sparrow. It’s background.

For others, the problem isn’t lack of interest, but memory. By the time most of us are back home flipping through a bird book, our minds will have played tricks with the plumage. He is sure it was an oriole; she is just as sure it was a woodpecker.

Click here to keep reading the LA Times article on new iPhone apps for bird and wildflower lovers.

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