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Understanding the novel Foolbirds in Hatchet

How was a foolbird different from buying a chicken at the grocery store in Hatchet (the novel)?

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A foolbird is a bird in found in the wild that is smaller in size than a store bought chicken. Brian calls them foolbirds because they tend to fly away at the last second, and are difficult to spot.
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<br>For contextual purposes see the below excerpt from Chapter 15:
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<br>While in the woods, Brian measures time by events he experiences rather than by societal measures of time, although he does mark ...

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