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  • That leaves the smaller, calmer bird, Emma, for my friend Selinda.

    Birdology

  • Only Selinda and I seem to think anything of the sight of three women walking down a country road with birds of prey perched inches from their faces, one of them dripping blood onto the road.

    Birdology

  • Selinda and I—vegetarians who mourn roadkills and weep over books in which animals are hurt—are taking this course because of our love of birds.

    Birdology

  • Once, trying to return to New Hampshire from a trip to Massachusetts, my falconry-friend Selinda and I had driven for hours before we noticed a sign announcing we had driven south instead of north and were entering the state of Connecticut.

    Birdology

  • From my memoir The Good Good Pig, readers will remember not only my hens, who begin this book, but also Selinda Chiquoine, our former tenant and my partner in my first foray into falconry; our neighbors Jarvis and Bobbie Coffin; and my friends Gretchen Vogel and Elizabeth Marshall Thomas.

    Birdology

  • But every time Selinda does call her at home, that helps.

    CNN Transcript May 12, 2002

  • PHILLIPS: Well, you're doing a lot for all of us back here in United States, Selinda.

    CNN Transcript May 12, 2002

  • Selinda, have you been receiving those pictures from your little girl?

    CNN Transcript May 12, 2002

  • PHILLIPS: Anything you want to say to your mom before you talk to your daughter, Selinda, any sort of special message this Mother's Day?

    CNN Transcript May 12, 2002

  • When she was two, she invented a playmate named Selinda.

    Earthly Possessions

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