Ah, the level of education today. People get to read about “jugalos” and bears sniffing “avian” fuel. Is “avian” fuel the food that fuels birds? Or, is the author referring toafuel made *from* avians? The only fuel made from birds of whichIknow of is the fuel made of petrologically-altered birds who died tens of millions of years ago. Otherwise known as fossil fuel, this is petroleum that is extracted and converted to fuel for various engines. When it is tailored for use in aircraft engines, the fuel is called “aviation” fuel. Is this the “avian” fuel to which the author refers?