I could sit and watch our bird feeder for hours. Tiny birds line up on the fence to wait their turn, along with their bigger cousins. When there's a vacancy, they fly to the top of the feeder and wait while another balances on the rim to finish his meal of seeds. We keep the feeder full at all . . .
If you don't live here, California drought is just a headline, a TV news story, someone else's problem. But here in California, it's serious stuff, being called "unprecedented." Lifestyles must change. We're facing a 30 percent mandatory cut in our water use (over the average use in our city) to . . .