For avian watcher, tweets truly are for the birds

Bill Oddie tweets for the birds at ZSL London Zoo’s Blackburn Pavilion today.
(Credit: ZSL London Zoo)
Birds were tweeting long before you started sending out 140-character messages about your daily commute. And British birdwatcher Bill Oddie doesn’t want you to forget it.
So, today at least, Oddie did his part to turn Twitter over to the original tweeters of the world. He and the ZSL London Zoo’s head bird keeper, Adrian Wallis, arrived early at the zoo’s tropical aviary to interpret the roughly 70 residents’ chirps in tweet form.
“Very territorial call from the Scarlet Chested Sunbird –…

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