As a local government reporter, it is not hard to justify writing about the fancy birds that hang out in Bloomington’s public parks.
The birds at public parks are a part of my regular beat, because public parks are run by local government.
Local government officials can look to the redhead ducks at Miller-Showers or great blue herons at Griffy Lake as an example to follow: As long as I have been watching, Bloomington’s pretty birds have never violated Indiana’s Open Door Law.
But the public parks are not the only outdoor places in Bloomington. There’s plenty of remarkable birds in other parts of town. Continue reading “Advice for students: Bloomington is for the birds”