Wild Bird Center Closing
time she didn't understand how the changing demographics would affect her business. Students, she says, don't usually feed birds. Haanpaa also owned a Wild Bird Center in Brighton, which she closed in 2010. "I guess I'll go back to accounting," her original profession, she sighs.
This article has been edited since it appeared in the March 2014 Ann Arbor Observer. The store's location has been corrected.
[Originally published in March, 2014.]
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