A problem solving technique used in automotive circles (and other
industries) to find root casues is the 5-Why approach which sometimes can expose
the root cause.
The problem: The Chuck-wills-widow is keeping this
person awake at night.
Why is the Chuck in that location? A. The
area of person's residence is prefered habitat of Chuck-wills.
Why is the
Chuck's keeping this woman awake at night? A. Because of its calling
throughout the night.
Why is it calling? A. Because that's what
it does to attract a mate.
Why does it call to attract a mate? A.
Because it doesn't have a mate.
The root cause of her being kept up
at night may be argued that the calling Chuck-wills needs a
Maybe the question we need be asking ourselves is not, "How
to get rid of this calling bird?"; but possibly, "How can we attract a mate for
this lonely calling bird?"
Just a thought from the other end of the
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Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2012 05:09:00 -0700
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Chuck's will Widow
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I have a good friend that lives on top of an Ozark Mountain and there
is a Chuck's will Widow that is driving her crazy, she wants to know what to do
to get it to move somewhere else and call all night. She is desperate for a good
nights sleep and will try anything to get the bird to
move.............Does anyone know if playing a E. Screech Owl or
Barred Owl recording will help?
Bird by bird I've come to know the earth.
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