Referencing the research of Zoology student, Stephanie J.Melles, this video explores the relationship between human social and economic diversity and urban bird diversity. An unexpected relationship between the two life forms is mapped out in a photographic survey that blends human census with birder's survey. The video consists of a series of stills which follow two east-to-west transects across Vancouver, BC. Windows of houses, low rise apartment buildings and glass towers are paired with a variety of local bird alarm calls that Melles had connected to particular neighbourhoods through economic, ethnic and educational identifiers. The boundaries between nature and culture are blurred with the camera's voyeuristic focus and the viewer's search for difference and meaning.