Found a chicken in Central Park when walking the dog in the morning. Not sure what else to do, I brought it home and made a "found" poster that I put up around the park. Among other people I ended up talking to two writers from the New York Times and a Park Ranger (which led to the bird finding a pretty fantastic "forever home.") Am still kind of amazed by how "big" a story it tuned into and how much everyone (including Charlie Rose) seemed to like it. The whole thing was too fun/funny.
CHARLIE ROSE: And this story, the New York Times looks at the search for the owner of a chicken. The bird was found in New York Central Park last week by a man walking his dog. He brought the chicken to a nearby wildlife rehabilitation center. They found someone in upstate New York who will keep the chicken in his bird sanctuary.
NORAH O`DONNELL: And can I just share with our audience that you said to me this morning, this is my favorite story--
CHARLIE ROSE: It was. Yeah.
NORAH O`DONNELL: --in the paper today.
CHARLIE ROSE: Yeah. Because he was going to a place where all wild birds are kept, whatever that is.
NORAH O`DONNELL: Some sort of bird sanctuary--
CHARLIE ROSE: Yeah. Exactly.
NORAH O`DONNELL: --for this chicken.
CHARLIE ROSE: Exactly.
NORAH O`DONNELL: All right.