with the swift warning. Be cunning and full of tricks and your people shall never be destroyed’ – Richard Adams, Watership Down ‘Only one mountain can know the core of another mountain’ – Frida Kahlo, from a letter to Diego de Rivera ‘Suppose I say summer, write the word “hummingbird,” put it in an envelope, take it down the hill to the box. When you open my letter you will recall those days and how much, just how much, I love you.’ ‘Hummingbird’ – Raymond Carver Hoatzin (South America): Their chicks have claws on two of their wing digits, an adaptation shared by Archaeopteryx. Parent Hoatzins build their nest over streams: when in danger nestlings jump into the stream, swim underwater, and climb another tree to safety. Cherry Pickers and Our Home is a Hunger. At 7a.m. on 19 October 2011 the site clearance of Dale Farm Traveller Camp began. Electricity was disconnected. More than one hundred riot police entered the site through the rear fence and two people were tasered. Police removed Travellers from the twelve-metre high scaffold tower on the front gate with ‘cherry pickers’, mobile elevating work platforms. Travellers are often employed as fruit pickers and packers.