Birds Of Arizona

Author: Eleanor H. Ayer
Editor: American Traveler Press
ISBN: 9781558380936
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Descriptions and full-color photgraphs of 40 Arizona birds. Bound in water repellent, film laminated covers. Special 8-pocket and 4-pocket lucite display racks available with purchase of the series.

Birds In Sanskrit Literature

Author: K. N. Dave
Editor: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe
ISBN: 9788120818422
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In his monumental research in ancient sanskrit literature the author has restored gaps in lexicons and removed doubts in the later sanskrit works about the identity of a very large number of birds of the Indian sub-continent. The ancient sages of India were great lovers of nature with keen powers of observation and an extraordinary sensitivity about aninal behaviour. The Vedas Puranas, Epics and Samhitas are full of descriptions of birds, animals and plants but the exact identification of names had got lost or confounded over the centuries.

The Birds

Author: Aristophanes
Editor: Dramatic Publishing
ISBN: 9780871294968
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"The Birds" (414 B.C.) was Aristophanes' first Utopian play. In this instance, he has his "comedy team" leave Athens, fed up with frauds and bores of that society, in an effort to found a better society among the birds. To do so, they must first locate Epops, King of the Birds, who was once a man like themselves and who might be expected to know both sides of the problem. How they find him and what they persuade him to do is the body of the play.

Birds

Author: Judith Wright
Editor: National Library Australia
ISBN: 9780642107749
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The poems are complemented by full-colour illustrations drawn from the National Library's Pictures Collection, featuring the work of artists such as John Lewin, Lionel Lindsay, Lilian Medland, William T. Cooper and Betty TempleWatts.

Birds

Author: Roger Tory Peterson
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618307227
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From the brilliant blue of an Indigo Bunting to the scarlet red of a Summer Tanager, coloring your own field guide is the most enjoyable way to learn about birds. Each drawing is accompanied by a brief description that educates as it entertains. Place the new color stickers next to the drawings for a visual reference while coloring. Coloring the drawings helps reinforce the color, image, and shape of each bird, improving your memory and perception while offering a pleasant and easy way to learn. Fun for adults as well as children, beginning and experienced naturalists alike.

1001 Questions Answered About Birds

Author: Allan D. Cruickshank
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486233154
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Presents a wealth of information on the characteristics, habits, and habitats of birds

How To Draw And Carve Birds

Author: Harry Hjortaa
Editor: Brill Archive
ISBN: 9789004077560
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Flightless Birds

Author: Clive Roots
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 0313083940
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Birds Of British Columbia Volume 4

Author: Wayne Campbell
Editor: UBC Press
ISBN: 9780774806213
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This much-awaited final volume of The Birds of British Columbia completes what some have called one of the most important regional ornithological works in North America. It is the culmination of more than 25 years of effort by the authors who, with the assistance of thousands of dedicated volunteers throughout the province, have created the basic reference work on the avifauna of British Columbia. Volume 4 covers the last half of the passerines and describes 102 species, including the warblers, sparrows, grosbeaks, blackbirds, and finches. The text builds upon the authoritative format of the previous volumes and is supported by hundreds of full-colour illustrations, including detailed distribution maps, unique habitat shots, and beautiful photographs of the birds, their nests, eggs, and young. In addition, a species update lists and describes 27 species of birds new to the province since the first three volumes were published. The book concludes with Synopsis: The Birds of British Columbia into the 21st Century, which synthesizes data and information from all four volumes and looks at the conservation challenges facing birds in the new millennium. The four volumes in The Birds of British Columbia provide unprecedented coverage of the region's birds, presenting a wealth of information on the ornithological history, regional environment, habitat, breeding habits, migratory movements, seasonality and distribution patterns of 472 species of birds. It is the complete reference work for birdwatchers, ornithologists and naturalists.

How To Draw Cartoon Birds

Author: Curt Visca
Editor: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780823961566
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Provides step-by-step instructions for drawing cartoon birds, including toucans and parrots.

Little Birds

Author: Design Collective
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607051389
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Create Your Very Own Menagerie. 26 one-of-a-kind projects, from artistic to folksy to whimsical. The variety of materials and embellishments is sure to inspire you to make every bird in the book. These little sweeties make delightful gifts…and the perfect pets! Beginner-friendly projects work well with scraps, fat quarters, and upcycled fabrics. This adorable book is all about the birds! From budgies to owls to peacocks, these projects will pique your curiousity and make your heart sing! Many talented designers bring you soft sculptures, quilts, ornaments, and more.

Florida S Birds

Author: David S. Maehr
Editor: Pineapple Press Inc
ISBN: 9781561643356
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This illustrated guide to Florida's birds includes full-color illustrations and detailed descriptions of each species, and covers such topics as exotic and endangered species; bird conservation and study; finding, attracting, and feeding birds, bird problems, and the care of sick and injured birds.

A Field Guide To Western Birds

Author: Roger Tory Peterson
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618132188
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Featuring the unique Peterson Identification System, a guide to more than 1,000 birds from 700 species, including summer and winter ranges, breeding grounds, and other special range data on easy-to-read maps.

Birds Without A Nest

Author: Clorinda Matto de Turner
Editor: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 9780292788237
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"I love the native race with a tender love, and so I have observed its customs closely, enchanted by their simplicity, and, as well, the abjection into which this race is plunged by small-town despots, who, while their names may change, never fail to live up to the epithet of tyrants. They are no other than, in general, the priests, governors, caciques, and mayors." So wrote Clorinda Matto de Turner in Aves sin nido, the first major Spanish American novel to protest the plight of native peoples. First published in 1889, Birds without a Nest drew fiery protests for its unsparing expose of small town officials, judicial authorities, and priests who oppressed the native peoples of Peru. Matto de Turner was excommunicated by the Catholic Church and burned in effigy. Yet her novel was strongly influential; indeed, Peruvian President Andres Avelino Caceres credited it with stimulating him to pursue needed reforms. In 1904, the novel was published in a bowdlerized English translation with a modified ending. This edition restores the original ending and the translator's omissions. It will be important reading for all students of the indigenous cultures of South America.

Vision Brain And Behavior In Birds

Author: Harris Philip Zeigler
Editor: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262240369
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This book provides the first comprehensive and current review of considerable progress made over the past decade in analyzing neural and behavioral mechanisms mediating visually guided behavior in birds.The visual capacities of birds rival even those of primates, and their visual system probably reflects the operation of a ground plan common to all vertebrates. This book provides the first comprehensive and current review of considerable progress made over the past decade in analyzing neural and behavioral mechanisms mediating visually guided behavior in birds.The book's five major sections deal with the visual world of birds, the organization of avian visual systems, the development and plasticity of visual structure and function, visuomotor control mechanisms, and cognitive processes. The introduction to each section discusses the nature and significance of the problem areas, providing a context for the chapters to follow, which review the current status of research on a specific problem. The contributors are an international assemblage of researchers, representing a wide variety of disciplines, ranging from ornithology to neurophysiology and including ethology, experimental psychology, anatomy, and developmental neurobiology. For the ethologist, avian behavior is the source of a wide variety of species-typical fixed action patterns; for the experimental psychologist, birds are the subject of choice for studies of conditioning, learning, and cognitive processes; for the neurobiologist they provide model systems for studying developmental processes, sensory mechanisms, orientation, and motor control. For these reasons, research on the avian brain and behavior occupies an increasingly important place in contemporary behavioral biology.

Birds

Author: Abdul Jamil Urf
Editor: Universities Press
ISBN: 9788173714856
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Seeks To Acquiant Bird Watchers, Nature Lovers And Students Both From A Zoology And Non-Zoology Background With Ecology, Conservation Issues, Bird Study Principles And Methods Of Observing And Recording. Has 8 Chapters, A Glossary And Appendices. A Number Of Colour Illustrations And Line Drawings.

The Lung Air Sac System Of Birds

Author: John Maina
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540255956
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In biology, few organs have been as elusive as the lung-air sac system of birds. Considerable progress has recently been made to fill the gaps in the knowledge. While summarizing and building on earlier observations and ideas, this book provides cutting-edge details on the development, structure, function, and the evolutionary design of the avian respiratory system. Outlining the mechanisms and principles through which biological complexity and functional novelty have been crafted in a unique gas exchanger, this account will provoke further inquiries on the many still uncertain issues. The specific goal here was to highlight the uniqueness of the design of the avian respiratory system and the factors that obligated it.

Birds Of Algonquin Legend

Author: Robert E. Nichols
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472106110
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A linking of legend, language, and natural history, which supplies one of the few literary appreciations of the oral literature of the Algonquin peoples

Ecology And Evolution Of Cooperative Breeding In Birds

Author: Walter D. Koenig
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521530996
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Cooperative breeders are species in which more than a pair of individuals assist in the production of young. Cooperative breeding is found in only a few hundred bird species world-wide, and understanding this often strikingly altruistic behaviour has remained an important challenge in behavioural ecology for over 30 years. This book highlights the theoretical, empirical and technical advances that have taken place in the field of cooperative breeding research since the publication of the seminal work Cooperative Breeding in Birds: Long-term Studies of Behavior and Ecology (1990, HB ISBN 0521 372984, PB ISBN 0521 378907). Organized conceptually, special attention is given to ways in which cooperative breeders have proved fertile subjects for testing modern advances to classic evolutionary problems including those of sexual selection, sex-ratio manipulation, life-history evolution, partitioning of reproduction and incest avoidance. It will be of interest to both students and researchers interested in behaviour and ecology.

Birds And Their Nests

Author: Linda Tagliaferro
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 9780736851237
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Simple text and photographs describe birds and the nests in which they live.