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    In Dashiell Hammet’s The Maltese Falcon, the "black bird" serves as a crucial link connecting Sam Spade and Brigid O’ Shaughnessy. The black bird functions as the structural bond of Spade and Brigid’s relationship because it represents their greed and desire for wealth. Hammet points out that the Brigid’s greed for the bird causes her to utilize detective Spade as a tool: "Help me, Mr. Spade. Help me because I need help so badly, and because if you don’t where will I find anyone who can, no matter

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    two types of activism, one which constitutes confrontational action to get their point across, using only peaceful and educated means, and one which constitutes a policy of direct militant action to achieve a social or political goal. In the novel Black Bird, Michel Basilieres suggests that activism, displayed by the FLQ, is one of ethnic narrow nationalism which promotes violence and disruption of the civil peace for a cause that they, the FLQ, feel would produce a more egalitarian society. Although

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    MIKADO PHEASANT The Mikado Pheasant is a native bird of Taiwan. The male Mikado Pheasant is a beautiful black with a long tail. The feathers on their mantle, breast, and rump have purple-blue edges. They have a pointed black with white bars and a white tip tail. Their bare orbital skin is red. They like to live in dense forests, steep mountain slopes with banks that are 1,800 to 3,000m and maybe even higher. The Mikado Pheasant is very shy. They eat shoots, berries, flower buds, and insects

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    cold weather, are approaching. While you might not feel the need to feed the wild birds who come to visit your yard in the spring and summer, you may want to help them survive the hardships of winter by setting up a feeding program for late-fall through early spring. Nature's Bounty Forget about your late-fall yard maintenance project and leave your withered annuals and late-blooming berries where they are. Birds and small animals will eat the dried fruits, seeds and flower heads from your summer

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    European Starling Invasive Species Project

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    The European Starling or Sturnus vulgaris is a brownish black bird speckled with white spots. The juvenile is slightly browner, while the fully grown bird is black and more lustrous. They are native to Eurasia and North Africa. They have a stout stature, with a short tail. The European Starling is invasive in North America. It was introduced in New York but quickly spread around the U.S. and Southern Canada. They range all the way from sea to sea, and from Florida to Alberta. They

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    Piping Plover

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    Piping Plover Introduction The piping plover, a bird now going extinct, was once very bountiful. When an animal is going extinct, it could mean a lot of things. The Piping Plover is an endangered species. An endangered species is a name for a plant or animal that is slowly dying out. This bird is experiencing population drops, so it is called endangered. It is known to scientists as the Charadrius Melodus (ES: Piping Plover). It mainly resides around the Great Lakes and sometimes lives along

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    named Reese and her debate team partner, David who live in San Francisco, have experienced a rare phenomenon in the sky that would change the world. There are flocks of birds fly into airplanes and cause thousands of people die in the airplanes crash. On their way back to San Francisco after hearing the news in Arizona, there is a bird flies into their headlights and the car flips over. They are in critical injury. When they wake up in a mysterious hospital in the middle of nowhere, the doctor would

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    This unusual bird stands on short legs and walks with a clumsy waddle. These birds cannot fly which is how they got to be called Penguins, which means flightless. All species of penguins have short-bodies and necks. They also all have short thick feathers, which form a kind of waterproof coat. Most penguins’ feathers have feathers that are just white on the stomach and are black and blue on the back. Some have patches of brightly colored feathers on their necks. Theses birds keep warm from

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    Turkey Vultures

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    Vultures Vultures are large birds of prey closely related to hawks and eagles. They are divided into New World vultures and Old World vultures, both belonging to the order Falconiformes. The New World vultures, in the family Cathartidae, consist of seven species in five genera. Among the New World vultures include the Cathartes aura, also known as the Turkey Vulture. Scientists say that turkey vultures are shy, inoffensive birds. Some researchers have discovered that the bird is very helpful to the environment

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    Harry the Plum Island Bird Watcher Definition of Terms Birders - Another work for a bird watching. Binoculars - A tool you look into used to make things look closer than they are so you can see it more clearly. Identify - To recognize or establish the identity of someone or something. Call - The sounds a bird makes is known as his call or song. Parker River National Wildlife Refuge - Established in 1942 it provides an area for resting and feeding for over 300 birds. It is on the southern two-thirds

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