'Birds of a Feather Flock Together', is a centuries old proverb. If you have witnessed birds in nature you know this phrase holds true. You would never see a crow, a sparrow, a buzzard and a seagull flying together. It would be an unprecedented sight!
Aeriosa is in the research period of a new project called, 'Flocking', andhas invitedDeaf theatre artist, Landon Krentz as a collaborator. What kind of art and dance is possible if we do not all hear and speak the same language?
Golden Crowned Kinglet
A true beauty recognized by it's golden crown and black and white defined face markings. This North American bird's favourite perch is high among dense spruce boughs or fir foliage.
Hardly bigger than a hummingbird, this rugged songbird spends winters huddled with other Kinglets in locations where temperatures can drop to -40 degrees Celsius!