Column: Babies are losing more and more contact with nature

Column: Babies are losing more and more contact with nature

I work from home most of the time. Even before Corona. When I’m stuck at work or when I don’t feel like it, I look out the window. If a bird flew, I want to know what kind of bird it is. For this year – as a kind of compensation for the natural experience of many of Corona’s limitations – I decided to keep an accurate record of each day. So I know that the same seven species are almost always seen: blue and great breasts, blackbirds, woodland pigeons, magpies, hooded crows and sparrows. However, sometimes, others do appear: the tailed breast, birders, large spotted woodpeckers, and the plant’s beak are slightly irregular. There were also crows and lion-headed gulls. This is very good for a city apartment in Berlin. Two pieces are a small graveyard. And from this green space, biodiversity radiates into the open backyards.

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