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  1. Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott, 1995-09-01
  2. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, 2009-04-21
  3. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle: A Novel by Haruki Murakami, 1998-09-01
  4. The Billionaire Next Door (Silhouette Special Edition) by Jessica Bird, 2007-08-01
  5. The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America by Donald Stokes, Lillian Stokes, 2010-10-25
  6. Birds Without Wings by Louis de Bernières, 2005-06-28
  7. Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song by Les Beletsky, 2006-09-21
  8. The Thorn Birds: A Novel by Colleen Mccullough, 2010-05-01
  9. Gooney Bird Greene by Lois Lowry, 2004-03-09
  10. A Man In A Million (Silhouette Special Edition) by Jessica Bird, 2007-01-01
  11. National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America, Fifth Edition by Jon L. Dunn, Jonathan Alderfer, 2006-11-07
  12. Black Bird, Vol. 6 by Kanoko Sakurakoji, 2010-10-05
  13. The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America by David Allen Sibley, Rick Cech, 2003-04-29
  14. His Comfort and Joy (Moorehouse Legacy) (Silhouette Special Edition, No. 1732) by Jessica Bird, 2006-01-01

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2. Bird - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
birds (class Aves) are bipedal, warmblooded, vertebrate animals that lay eggs. There are around 10000 living species, making them the most numerous
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Fossil range: Late Jurassic – Recent
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Dendroica petechia Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
(unranked) Archosauria
Class: Aves
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3. Birds - Cornell Lab Of Ornithology
A membership institution interpreting and conserving the earth s biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science focused on birds.
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4. The Birds (1963)
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette. A wealthy San Francisco playgirl pursues a potential boyfriend to a small
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5. Birds
Easier birds are warm-blooded creatures with two legs, wings, feathers, and a beak. All birds lay eggs and most can fly. There are about 8600 different
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Birds Easier - Birds are warm-blooded creatures with two legs, wings, feathers, and a beak. All birds lay eggs and most can fly. There are about 8,600 different species of birds alive today. Harder - Birds make up the scientific class Aves. They are warm-blooded, egg-laying vertebrate animals that are covered with feathers and possess forelimbs that have modified to become wings. Birds also have scaly legs, and no teeth (except in a few early fossil forms). They maintain a constant body temperature of about 41 degrees C (106 degrees F). All birds today have descended from their flying ancestors, but a few such as ostriches, emus, some grebes, and cormorants have lost their capacity for aerial flight. Others, such as penguins, have become adapted to flying in a much denser medium, water. Birds are found in all habitats, from the icy shores of Antarctica to the hottest parts of the tropics, and from mountains, deserts, plains, and forests to open oceans and densely urbanized areas. Websites for Specific Types of Birds Go to our Birds Website for an index to over 100 websites on specific bird species.

6. Birds-Zoom School-Enchanted Learning Software
Learn how birds evolved and discover the characteristics that make them unique. Find out more about hobbies like bird watching and backyard birding.
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Birds are warm-blooded vertebrate animals that have wings, feathers, a beak, no teeth, a strong, hollow skeleton, and bear their young in hard-shelled eggs BIRD EVOLUTION
Birds probably evolved from the dinosaurs
The Archaeopteryx is a very early bird, now extinct. Bird fossils are rare because bird bones are hollow and fragile.
Most birds can fly , some swim , and some do both. Many species of birds migrate seasonally. BIRD SONGS
Bird songs are distinctive and varied. Many Songbirds are becoming rare. CLASSIFICATION
Birds belong to the biological class Aves and live virtually everywhere on Earth . There are about 9,000 different species of birds, divided into about 25 orders.
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Birds spend most of their time looking for food. They use their beaks to catch bugs , worms , small mammals , fish , fruit , or nectar . Birds play an important part in the control of insects, the dispersal of seeds and the pollination of flowering plants BIRDS AS SYMBOLS
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7. Birds, Bird, Birds Of Prey At explains birds, bird, birds of prey, wild birds and bird pictures.
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A creature once believed to have hunted pre-historic mankind, the bird has evolved over several million years into one of the most beautiful and mysterious creatures roaming the Earth today. There are more then 10,000 species of these warm-blooded, egg-laying, feathered vertebrates in the world today and only just over 2,000 of these have been seen in North America. South America has the largest population with more than 3,200 species of birds residing there, and surprisingly even Antarctica is home to more than 60 diverse species. Many questions as to the origins of the bir still exist even today. Many believe that birds are actually some of the oldest living creatures still thriving on Earth today, dating all the way back to the days of the dinosaur . But just where exactly do birds come from? What significance do birds have in the existing food chain today, and how have they assisted in the evolution of our planet into what it is today? Find out the answers to these questions and more here on From humming birds to wild birds of prey, our comprehensive articles and bird pictures , along with a host of other interactive features will illuminate the world of the bird right before your eyes. Keep up to date with the latest bird news, as well as learn what you can do to help preserve the lives of bird species around the globe.

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    9. 10,000 Birds — Birding, Blogging, Conservation, And Commentary
    Web log of a team of new birders from New York chronicling their efforts to see all the world s species.
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    Walking the Wild Side of Albany
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    10. The Birds (1963)
    The birds (1963) is a modern Hitchcock thriller/masterpiece, his first film with Universal Studios. It is the apocalyptic story of a northern California
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    The Birds (1963) is a modern Hitchcock thriller/masterpiece, his first film with Universal Studios. It is the apocalyptic story of a northern California coastal town filled with an onslaught of seemingly unexplained, arbitrary and chaotic attacks of ordinary birds - not birds of prey. Ungrammatical advertising campaigns emphasized: "The Birds Is Coming." This Technicolor feature came after Psycho (1960) - another film loaded with 'bird' references. Novelist Evan Hunter based his screenplay upon the 1952 collection of short stories of the same name by Daphne du Maurier - Hitchcock's third major film based on the author's works (after Jamaica Inn (1939) and Rebecca (1940) ). In du Maurier's story, the birds were attacking in the English countryside, rather than in a small town north of San Francisco. The film's technical wizardry is extraordinary, especially in the film's closing scene (a complex, trick composite shot) - the special visual effects of Ub Iwerks were nominated for an Academy Award (the film's sole nomination), but the Oscar was lost to

    11. Wild Birds Unlimited - Backyard Bird Feeding, Bird Feeders, Retail Franchise
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    It s for the birds! How you can help our feathered friends Teaching Kids About birds - Includes lesson plans and links for teachers and more!
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    Welcome to the Natural History Museum s Bird Site. The Bird Site has been designed to provide general information about bird
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    The material is appropriate for educators and students of all ages. If you would like to comment on this material, please email us at Birds belong to the Class Aves in the Kingdom Animalia. Birds are the only animals that have feathers and all birds have feathers. Other characteristics of modern birds include: forelimbs modified into wings, no teeth, scales on the feet, a four chambered heart, egg-laying, clavicles (collar bones) united as furculum (or wishbone) and warm-bloodedness. Scientists have divided the Class Aves into around 25 to 30 orders. Each order is subdivided into families of related genera and species (kinds). Scientists group birds together by searching for common structural characteristics of their anatomy and similarities in the genetic material. Because of their ability to fly, birds inhabit nearly every part of the Earth - from the oceans and frozen polar zones to steaming rain forests and barren deserts. Their wide-ranging abilities and occupation of diverse habitats have allowed them to diversify into over 9,000 species. By comparison, there are only 3,000 species of amphibians, 6,000 reptiles, and 4,600 mammals. The insects, with over 800,000 species, form the most dominant class in the world.

    14. Bird Pictures, Photos, Profiles, Facts, Information, Sounds, Habitats, Reports,
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    What Is a Bird?
    There are about 10,000 bird species, found in every shape and size, from the tiny hummingbird to the majestic condor. They occur in all the colors of the rainbow and are loved for their musical songs. Some birds can even mimic human speech. All birds lay eggs to incubate their young, and all have feathers—a trait no other animals can claim. Birds also have wings, evolutionary adaptations of ancient forelimbs. Most use their wings for flight, but others, like ostriches and penguins, are grounded.
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    Safe Plants for Birds
    While it seems that many common houseplants are unsafe or potentially harmful to our pets, there are quite a few that are both safe for birds and pleasingly beautiful when used for home decor. To learn which plants and flowers are safe to keep around your feathered friend, check out this great list of Safe Plants for Birds . It's easier than you might think to bring a touch of nature into your home without putting your pet's health at risk. permalink comments (0)
    Petsmart Suspends Bird Sales Due to Psittacosis Outbreak
    Petsmart has decided to suspend the sale of birds in over 700 of their stores as the result of an outbreak of Psittacosis, otherwise known as Parrot Fever. While the disease is capable of spreading to people, officials have reported no cases of Psittacosis in Petsmart's employees or customers. Check out the whole story to learn more about Psittacosis and how it is transmitted.

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    Photo gallery, mostly of common North Carolina birds, with notes on behavior.
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    Click on arrows to show pull-down menus: Bird pages: Land Birds Shore Birds Bird Blog Red-shouldered Hawks Duke Gardens exotic ducks Audubon Swamp Garden Zoo Birds Insect (by taxonomic order) pages: Coleoptera (Beetles) Diptera (True Flies) Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha (Cicadas and Hoppers) Hemiptera: Heteroptera (True Bugs) Hemiptera: Aphididae (Aphids) Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea (Skippers) Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea (True Butterflies) Lepidoptera: Moths Megaloptera (Fishflies), Mecoptera (Scorpionflies) Neuroptera (Lacewings) Orthoptera (Grasshoppers, Katydids and Crickets) Odonata: Anisoptera (Dragonflies) Odonata: Zygoptera (Damselflies) Reptile/Amphibian/Alligator pages: Snakes Lizards Alligators Audubon Swamp Garden (Alligators, turtles) Turtles Frogs and Toads Salamanders Zoo Reptiles Spiders, other animal pages: Spiders Ticks and Mites Mammals Zoo Mammals Fish Crustaceans Other Arthropods Annelids (segmented worms) Mollusks Backyard Birds (class Aves, subphylum Vertebrata, phylum Chordata, kingdom Animalia, domain Eukarya)

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    Bird Banding Laboratory (BBL) Bird Banding Laboratory – Providing numbered leg bands to bird banders and managing huge databases of bandings and recoveries
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    Bird Identification: The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center provides some learning tools for bird identification. These tools include: Patuxent's Bird ID InfoCenter Patuxent Bird Quiz Bird Identification Tips , and Seasonal Bird Checklists. Bird Population Studies Bird without an equal: Georgia's Painted Buntings Duckdata Historical Bird Data from the Bureau of Biological Survey National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) Bird Conservation Node Mapping Application Population Analysis Software Breeding Bird Survey Breeding Bird Census Avian Point Counts ... Colonial Waterbirds
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    19. Birds - National Zoo| FONZ
    Since birds are an integral part of virtually every ecosystem, it s not surprising that birds are all over the Zoo, too, as residents and visitors.

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      Watching a flock of flamingos: There are dozens of birds in the National Zoo's flamingo flock, some of which have been living at the Zoo since 1965! You may notice smaller, gray birds among the adult flamingos, these are flamingo chicks which hatched in the spring. Flamingos turn pink as a result of brine-shrimp in their diet, and chicks develop pink feathers between one and two years of age.
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