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Just so you know, buzzards only review outdoor restaurants. We are not the indoor types. Don’t want to contract some bird flu, or get stuck in the man-made air currents when we were meant to be outside.
So Twenty-Two and Crew will open without my official blessing.
But we nest sort of inside…in abandoned buildings, barns and hunting blinds. That is why my family members are such Coosa County fans. There are a lot of nesting opportunities. If we can elbow out the pack rats and feral cats. But baby buzzards are pretty tough and cuter than you can imagine, from a grandpa’s lofty point of view.
Speaking of cute, pink flamingos painted black to look creepy for Halloween don’t compare to real buzzards. Maybe some sort of goofy cousin?
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are all sorts of fundraisers for that. But it should also be rattlesnake awareness month. With the cooler nights, the snakes often lie out in the sun on roads and trails and other openings during the days. Be careful. Maybe run over one for your old pal.
Remember your eye in the sky.
Editor’s note: Readers can submit “Letters to Buzzy” and “Ask Buzzy” via mail to The Coosa County News; P.O. Box 99; Rockford, AL 35136; or via email to email@example.com. Any correspondence received will be promptly passed along to Coosa County’s favorite buzzard.