Pale Male and Lola: The First Day of Kwanzaa
On this first day of Kwanzaa, neither Pale Male nor Lola were anywhere to be seen and their nest cradle was still under attack by the netting that worked loose from its restraints on the scaffolding above it. This netting hangs down into the nest spikes and poses a safety hazard for the hawks. My repeated phone calls (yet another one today, ho-hum. I was kicked into vmail) to the chatty Diana (Preferred Restoration, Inc., 718.328.XXXX), have been ignored because nothing has changed at the site. [I suspect that Diana acts as an answering service, and has no power at all, except to pass messages along to their respective contractors].
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