There is a small bird in the northwest part of the United States called the
ouzel, or the American Dipper. This unusual bird lives around fast
rushing water, sometimes nesting behind water falls. It has been seen
flying in and out of white water rapids of mountain rivers that crash and
splash through steep and rocky canyons. It loves the violent, noisy,
chaotic life of the rugged river environment.
And through it all, it sings! When rain falls in sheets, when wind blows in
a violent fury, when other birds huddle in sheltered nooks against the
rage of the storm, the dipper frolics in the tempest and blissfully sings.
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