I'm happy to answer any questions you have about the care and feeding of Editors. Here are some of the most common:
Q: Where do Editors live?
A: Editors can thrive in many different ecosystems, but their densest population in the U.S. is in New York City. They prefer places with many libraries and bookstores, as well as easily accessible delivery food. The Editor whose nest we're visiting today selected a very typical home--high off ground, where she can scan for danger and also find interesting things to look at when staring out the window, lost in thought.
Some editors also engage in decorative displays. It is unknown why this behavior occurs, as it seems unrelated to mating or food procurement.
A: The Editor is a rare beast indeed, having two primary modes of consumption. The first is an assortment of foodstuffs that varies widely. Editors are generally omnivorous, though some prefer bagels while others subsist on edamame. When trying to coax a reluctant Editor into view, we select the tastiest treats to lure them from their holes: