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29.01.2014 - Birds and Carbon... By dali48 on HP
01/03/2011 - Interpretation of dali48
About two miles north of the little town of Kingsville, Ontario, on the north shore of Lake Erie, is the bird sanctuary of Jack Miner. From his boyhood years, Jack loved the woods and the things of... - the birds and animals, the trees and lakes and crisp air and fresh sunshine... (J. Wei)
Officials also speculated that fireworks shot by New Year's revelers in the area might have... - severe stress in the birds. Rowe said Sunday there was evidence that large... - may have played a role.
"Initial examinations of a few of the dead... - showed trauma...
The dead birds will be sent for... - to labs at the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission and the National Wildlife Health Center in Wisconsin... (CNN)
Anyone can... - wild birds in your back yard or when travelling, although for those people who do not have enough room in their own back yard for a bird... - you can still interact with beautiful wild birds... (E. Hughes)
Creepy discovery in the state of Arkansas on the first night of the new... - About 1,000 birds there fell literally out of the... - to the ground...
One ornithologist suggested, according to "World Online", that the birds could have... - of stress due to trauma. The reason for... - could have been lightning, hail or even New Year's Eve fireworks... (Web.de)
December, 20 - International Day of Human Solidarity... (dali48)
How we decide today - the world will look like tomorrow...(B. Pasternak)
Beginning of Winter 2009 - What kind of... - isn't twittering to me in the masses of snow (-12°C), pressing itself for... - against a stony wall and asking for... - it's a little wren... (dali48)
"We plant a tree or go vegetarian = carbon offsetting"... (shazwellyn)
"I am a bird lover and have to admit this is a good question. I got a little confused going from Ontario to Arkansas but I think you are saying the same thing happened in both places?"
Thank you tillsontitan, for your Comment - I've added a second interpretation, etc... on http://www.dali48.blogspot.com
Interpretation of dali48
Most wrens are small and rather inconspicuous, except for their loud and often complex... - Notable exceptions are the relatively large members of the genus Campylorhynchus, which can be quite... - in their behavior...
The wren is also... - as kuningilin "kinglet" in Old High German, a name associated with a legend of an election of the "king of birds". The bird who could fly to the highest... - would be made king...
In modern German the name is... - king of the fence (or bush)...
Wrens are principally a New World Family, distributed from Alaska and Canada to southern Argentina, with the greatest species... - in the Neotropics. As suggested by its name, the Eurasian Wren is the only species of... - found outside the Americas, as restricted to Europe... (Wikipedia)
Annex2 to the blogs of dali48
dali48 in Baden-Baden 8/2010
09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +