By Tina Mitchell, Greenwood Volunteer and Bird Enthusiast As the seasons rotate between the northern and southern hemispheres, at any time somewhere on the planet, birds are singing.  This time of year, the avian symphony around us provides glorious “ear candy” from sunrise to sunset.  Bird songs are not just beautiful, entertaining, and up-lifting to the human ear.  They also serve a vital function in one of the most basic avian drives among songbirds:  during the process of reproduction, they use songs to establish and defend territories and…

  Greenwood’s latest blog installment is here! We’ll be sharing stories from all points of view all summer. Stay tuned and let us know what you think! http://www.rachelames.com/gwrc-blog.html