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  1. Mark Berry permalink
    4 December 2009 3:05 AM

    Thank you, I loved this. It really made me smile.

  2. sheila moore permalink
    12 December 2009 11:57 AM

    Hi Jennifer, so glad to bump into you yesterday. I love your thesis project and this blog site. Can I post it on my facebook page and recommend it to all my friends (a limited circle of real friends!!)?
    P.S. we forgot skunks in our discussion.

  3. 1 March 2010 1:02 PM

    Hi Jennifer,

    Stumbled upon your delightful blog after reading your comment re: paths of desire on spacingmontreal.

    Congratulations. I love the literary allusions.

    I’m now writing a weekly column in the Sunday Gazette. It’s called Island of Trees and I write a profile of a different species each week. I’d be delighted to hear of your observations re: the trees pigeons prefer as roosting sites. In Square St-Louis, I’ve notice that they seem to prefer an old sugar maple close to the path of desire that runs from St-Denis to the foot of Drolet.

    Because I watch trees, I also watch squirrels. Their trace is different from pigeons as you’ll gather from this posting I wrote last year:

    Hope our paths of desire cross soon,


    • 1 March 2010 1:20 PM

      Thank you. I’m glad you like it.
      I have a link above to my other animal tracks in the sidewalks. There are some really splendid squirrel tracks on the east side of de l’Esplanade below Rachel.
      Have you seen any albino squirrels on Mount Royal? I saw one just off the sidewalk on the west side of du Parc right near Mont-Royal.

      On another topic: do you know about the NYC citizen tree pruner program?
      (or was it you who told me about it?)

      I hope to add a lot more to the site in the spring.
      Hope to see you soon as well.

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