Bird-brained

ALTHOUGH I admire Anne Kristiansen s enthusiasm (Letters, May 3), never have I laughed at or read so much rubbish in my life. She says on a number of occasions she has stopped then walked back to pick up fledglings that have fallen from their nest as the

ALTHOUGH I admire Anne Kristiansen's enthusiasm (Letters,

May 3), never have I laughed at or read so much rubbish in my life.

She says on a number of occasions she has stopped then walked back to pick up fledglings that have fallen from their nest as the traffic, as she so graphically put it, thunders by with nowhere to stop or swerve.

Has she taken leave of her senses?


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I would like to think that most people would agree with me in saying that she is the danger to the traffic, not the rooks - halfway down a hill in the middle of this very fast and busy road, bent over collecting rooks.

As for a sort of safety net rigged up above the road for the rooks to fall in and bounce back in the field, my conclusion is that it is she that needs a safety net, and would advise her to take another route and stop this ridiculous suicide act before we find her splattered on the B1040 with the rooks.

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M BADCOCK, Newtown Road, Ramsey

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