Birds[edit]. This section is transcluded from Bird#Diet and feeding. (edit , history) ... Hiraldo, F.C.; Blanco, J. C.; Bustamante, J. (1991). "Unspecialized exploitation of small carcasses by birds". Bird Studies. 38 ... Birds' feeding strategies vary by species. Many birds glean for insects, invertebrates, fruit, or seeds. Some hunt insects by ... "How Do Birds Eat If They Have No Teeth? , Blog , eNature". wild.enature.com. Archived from the original on 14 April 2016. ...
Birds[edit]. Birds also very commonly use display behaviours for courtship and communication. Manakin birds (in the family ... Many male birds have brightly coloured plumage for display. This feather is from a male Indian peafowl Pavo cristatus. ... Along with invertebrates and birds, vertebrates like the harbour seal also show display behaviour. Since the harbour seal ...
V, Birds of Pray and Awake: The Best of Live: 2001-2004[edit]. ... 1.4 V, Birds of Pray and Awake: The Best of Live: 2001-2004 ... In May 2003, the band released the Jim Wirt produced Birds of Pray, which reached number 28 on the US album chart, boosted by ...
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds promotes conservation of birds and other wildlife through the protection and re- ... Game birds, waders and water fowl[edit]. Red-listed western capercaillie and ptarmigan breed in Scotland and are absent ... Among the birds, ptarmigan, dotterel and snow bunting in particular may be affected as they depend on high-altitude habitats, ... "Mingulay birds". National Trust for Scotland. Archived from the original on 2 October 2006. Retrieved 16 February 2007.. ...
Glue to construct bird nests[edit]. Many birds in the swift family, Apodidae, produce a viscous saliva during nesting season to ... Aerodramus nests form the basis of bird's nest soup.[4] Cobras, vipers, and certain other members of the venom clade hunt with ... "Characterization of the edible bird's nest the "Caviar of the East"". Food Research International. 38 (10): 1125-1134. doi ... "Digestion", The Amazing World of Birds, Earthlife Web, retrieved 2012-07-29. ...
Relationship to birds[edit]. Oviraptorosaurs, like deinonychosaurs, are so bird-like that several scientists consider them to ... Paul, G.S. (2002). Dinosaurs of the Air: The Evolution and Loss of Flight in Dinosaurs and Birds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins ... Kurzanov, S.M. (1987). "Avimimidae and the problem of the origin of birds." Transactions of the Joint Soviet-Mongolian ... Xu, X.; Tan, Q.; Wang, J.; Zhao, X.; Tan, L. (2007). "A gigantic bird-like dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of China". Nature ...
"Grey Go-Away Bird". oiseaux-birds.com. Retrieved 4 May 2016.. *^ a b c d Turner, D.A. (2016). "Grey Go-away-bird ( ... The grey lourie (Corythaixoides concolor), also known as go-away bird, grey loerie, or kwêvoël, is a bold and common bird of ... "Grey Go-away-bird (Corythaixoides concolor) - HBW 4, p. 505". The Internet Bird Collection. Retrieved 2 May 2016.. ... Grey go-away-bird - Species text in The Atlas of Southern African Birds ...
Bird series[edit]. The Bird Series of currency notes is the second set of notes to be issued for circulation in Singapore. ... Bird's-eye view of Benjamin Sheares Bridge. 9 March 1987. [56]. [57]. $100. 165 mm x 78 mm. Brown. Passenger liner "Chusan". ... Bird's-eye view of a shipyard. 22 October 1984. [62]. [63]. $10,000. 195 mm x 93 mm. Red. General bulk carrier "Neptune Canopus ... Bird's-eye view of Singapore Changi International Airport by the fleet Singapore Airlines (B747-400). 1 August 1985. ...
American Bird Conservancy. Earthjustice. Retrieved 2010-09-29.. *^ "Avian Collisions at Communication Towers - Sources of ... Hazard to birds[edit]. Main article: Towerkill. Radio, television and cell towers have been documented to pose a hazard to ... Reports have been issued documenting known bird fatalities and calling for research to find ways to minimize the hazard that ... There have also been instances of rare birds nesting in cell towers and thereby preventing repair work due to legislation ...
"The Birds Of North America Online. CORNELL LAB OF ORNITHOLOGY and the AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION. Retrieved October 7, 2015 ... Jobling, James A (2010). The Helm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names. London: Christopher Helm. pp. 44, 64. ISBN 978-1-4081- ... Western birds migrate through Great Basin to the Pacific Coast. In British Columbia, fall migration begins in September and ... The North American Waterfowl Management Plan for redheads is 760,000 North American birds.[12] The population size has ...
Bird observatory[edit]. In 1933, Skokholm started functioning as a bird observatory, the first in Britain, founded by Ronald ... Bird life and larger fauna[edit]. Ronald Lockley, a pioneering ornithologist, especially famous for his work on puffins and ... "Pembrokeshire island reclaims bird observatory status". BBC News. 27 April 2014. Retrieved 21 June 2017.. ... Skokholm Island was re-accredited as a bird observatory in 2014,[17] with resident wardens Richard Brown and Giselle Eagle.[18] ...
Birds[edit]. Example Binomial name Native range Status Continental relative Insular / mainland. length or mass ratio ... but has been since reclassified as a secondarily flightless stem bird, closer to modern birds than Jeholornis (thus actually an ... Lack's principle Birds lay only as many eggs as they can provide food for ...
Birds[edit]. Bird hatchlings may be altricial or precocial. Altricial means that the young hatch naked and with their eyes ... In oviparious biology, a hatchling is a newly hatched fish, amphibian, reptile, or bird.[1] A group of mammals called ... Precocial hatching are feathered when hatched, and can leave the nest immediately.[22] In birds, such as the bobwhite quail, ... The reptile hatchling is quite the opposite of an altricial bird hatchling. Most hatchling reptiles are born with the same ...
Mammals and birds[edit]. A large number of mammals and predatory birds have a brown coloration. This sometimes changes ...
His devices, such as temple doors operated by invisible weights or flowing liquids, and mechanical singing birds powered by ...
The rebels figured out the birds' purpose, and defeated it by giving the birds disinformation. When the Capitol discovered this ... Candy-pink birds[edit]. During the 50th Games, Haymitch struck a temporary alliance with a female tribute from his district ... The groosling is an edible wild bird the size of a wild turkey. Katniss hunts it in the first book of the series. Rue states ... Jabberjays are small, crested black birds created by the Capitol during the Dark Days.[6] They possess the capability to ...
On the shore, thousands of birds corpses can be seen with plastic remaining where the stomach once was. The durability of the ... Walker, T.R.; Reid, K.; Arnould, J.P.Y.; Croxall, J.P. (1997). "Marine debris surveys at Bird Island, South Georgia 1990-1995 ... Marine plastic pollution can even reach birds that have never been at the sea. Parents may accidentally feed their nestlings ... In this remote location, the plastic blockage has proven deadly to these birds. These seabirds choose red, pink, brown, and ...
Re:Bird paintings[edit]. Thanks for informing me. I've made some changes just after receiving your message. --Footage (talk) 10 ...
Greenwood, Paul J. "Mating Systems, Philopatry and Dispersal in Birds and Mammals." Animal Behaviour 28.4 (1980): 1140-162. ... "Alternative Models of Territorial Polygyny in Birds." The American Naturalist 134.3 (1989): 323-43. Print. ...
Bird in a Cage[edit]. A bird in a cage (Trap)-Rib-Hadda subcorpus of letters. (Rib-Hadda was trapped in Gubla-(Byblos), unable ...
Birds[edit]. *Companion parrots such as macaws, African grey parrot, Amazon parrot, cockatoo, etc. ... This includes 7 million dogs, 7.5 million cats, 16 million fish, 12 million birds, and 10 million snakes.[18] ...
Bird and small pet products are created under the All Living Things label, and includes most items necessary for bird and small ... PETA alleges that it is cruel to sell birds bred in warehouses and feels that the breeding of the birds is similar to the use ... PETA renewed its demands that PetSmart permanently stop selling live birds after the voluntary halt in bird sales because of ... a fairly common infection in birds that may produce cold-like symptoms.[12] PetSmart resumed selling live birds again in April ...
Presence in birds[edit]. The antioxidant characteristics of canthaxanthin have been studied by a number of authors and ... canthaxanthin is transferred from yolk to the developing embryo where it might help to protect the developing bird against ...
Birds[edit]. According to the EPA, clothianidin is practically non-toxic to test bird species that were fed relatively large ... To reduce the possibility that birds and small mammals might eat treated seeds, users are required to ensure that soil covers ... Bobwhite quail eggshell thickness was affected when the test birds were given a diet consisting of relatively large amounts of ... that exposure to treated seeds through ingestion may result in chronic toxic risk to non-endangered and endangered small birds ...
The official bird of the state of Hawaiʻi, the nene is exclusively found in the wild on the islands of Oahu,[2] Maui, Kauaʻi, ... Birds of North America Online. Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Retrieved 18 March 2009.. ... Successful introductions include Haleakala and Piʻiholo ranches on Maui.[13][14] The nene population stands at 2,500 birds. ... Jobling, James A. (1991). A Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names. OUP. ISBN 0 19 854634 3.. ...
Birds[edit]. Main article: Bird nest. In general, birds are the most skilled nest builders, although not all species of birds ... "Largest bird's nest". Guinness World Records. Retrieved August 20, 2013.. *^ a b c d "Mammal Nests and Burrows". Kids' Inquiry ... "Most populous bird's nest". Guinness World Records. Archived from the original on August 21, 2014. Retrieved August 20, 2013.. ... Birds as Builders of Homes. *. Ingersoll, Ernest (1920). "Nidification" . In Rines, George Edwin (ed.). Encyclopedia Americana. ...
Vagrant birds[edit]. Among the many vagrant birds which have been found here, the following were firsts for Britain: *Common ... Great Pool is an SSSI because it is the largest area of fresh water in the islands and important for its breeding birds, and as ...
They are among the largest birds in their ranges. As with many large ground-feeding birds (order Galliformes), the male is ... the other a more contemporary bird not very similar to known turkeys; both were much smaller birds. A turkey fossil not ... Again the importers lent the name to the bird; hence Turkey-cocks and Turkey-hens, and soon thereafter, turkeys.[5][8] ... The turkey is a large bird in the genus Meleagris, native to North America. There are two extant turkey species: the wild ...
This would make it the only living bird known to prey on humans, although other birds such as ostriches and cassowaries have ... Birds[edit]. Some evidence supports the contention that the African crowned eagle occasionally views human children as prey, ... The Taung Child, an early human found in Africa, is believed to have been killed by an eagle-like bird similar to the crowned ... Birds of prey of southern Africa: their identification and life histories. David Phillip, Cape Town, South Africa. ...
Migratory Bird Center: studies neotropical songbirds and wetland birds, the role of disease in bird population declines, and ... The Bird House[edit]. As of 2020,[update] The Bird House is closed for renovations and scheduled to reopen in 2021.[38] ... "Bird House". Smithsonian's National Zoo. Retrieved January 7, 2020.. *^ Ileana Najarro (August 27, 2014). "National Zoo's ... The zoo's Bird House is currently under renovation and once complete some invertebrates (such as Horseshoe crabs) will be ...