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April 7, 2020 27 min
We all know the eggspression: What came first, the Chicken or the Egg?  On today’s Bird Show, Dr. Crow and Co-host Charlene are joined by Egg-Truth.com’s Nigel Osborne to discuss the origins of the Easter Egg. (Egg-rolling contest, anyone?) Then we’ll swoop in for a deeper look at backyard flocks and the industrial egg industry and what it all means for the modern Chicken. Finally, we’ll share some Easter craft ideas with the potential to become new fun, family traditions. If you enjoy Dr. Crow’s Bird Show, please rate, review, and subscribe on YouTube or wherever you listen to podcasts.  And if you know any fellow Bird nerds who you think will enjoy the show, please send them our flockin’ way.   Flocking News article — https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/28/style/chicken-eggs-coronavirus.html The History of the Hunt: How an Easter Tradition was Hatched by Dr. Andrew Hann — http://blog.english-heritage.org.uk/the-history-of-the-egg-hunt/ Ideas for Eggless Easter Traditions: String Easter Eggs Salt Dough Eggs Vegan Cake Pops Mercy the Chicken book Free coloring book from Happily Ever Esther   Special Guest:  Nigel Osborne, founder of www.Egg-Truth.com   Co-Host: Charlene the Buff Orpington Chicken Logo Artwork: Teal Michaels Music: The Deviants   Have ideas for the show?  Send them to crowbirdshow@gmail.com To support the Bird Show, visit The Kerulos Center for Nonviolence at www.Kerulos.org
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