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The Big Bird Cage (1972)

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Although some hunting, such as that of muttonbirds, may be sustainable, hunting has led to the extinction or endangerment of dozens of species. Aquatic birds generally feed by fishing, plant eating, and piracy or. The Pheasant: Ecology, Management, and Conservation. The Birds of North America. In , , the goddess of wisdom and patron deity of the city of , had a as. The greater primary are moulted in synchrony with the primary that they overlap. Birds that employ many strategies to obtain food or feed on a variety of food items are called generalists, while others that concentrate time and effort on specific food items or have a single strategy to obtain food are considered specialists.

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There are several types of feathers, each serving its own set of purposes. Some other species, such as ducks, move their chicks away from the nest at an early age. Most birds cannot move their eyes, although there are exceptions, such as the. Many ground birds, such as quails and pheasants, roost in trees. Feathers are a feature characteristic of birds though also present in not currently considered to be true birds.

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The early euornithes also saw the development of many traits associated with modern birds, like strongly keeled breastbones, toothless, beaked portions of their jaws though most non-avian euornithes retained teeth in other parts of the jaws. However, birds such as hummingbirds can be facultatively ammonotelic, excreting most of the nitrogenous wastes as ammonia. Geospiza scandens experiences reduced survival of offspring and the magnitude of this effect is influenced by environmental conditions such as low food availability. Feathers are epidermal growths attached to the skin and arise only in specific tracts of skin called. The origin of birds and the evolution of flight. The amount of parental care after fledging varies; albatross chicks leave the nest on their own and receive no further help, while other species continue some supplementary feeding after fledging. These species pair for at least the length of the breeding season or—in some cases—for several years or until the death of one mate.

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However, an earlier definition proposed by gained wide currency in the 21st century, and is used by many scientists including adherents of the system. This has led to the development of many , which are usually composed of small numbers of many species; these flocks provide safety in numbers but increase potential competition for resources. Breeding usually involves some form of courtship display, typically performed by the male. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. While some birds are generalists, others are highly specialised in their habitat or food requirements.

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Some birds, such as , lay eggs even when not fertilised, though unfertilised eggs do not produce offspring. The well-known early avialan, Archaeopteryx, dates from slightly later Jurassic rocks about 155 million years old from. Birding in the United States: a demographic and economic analysis. The avian lacks external but is covered by feathers, although in some birds, such as the , and , these feathers form tufts which resemble ears. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.

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Some of these introductions have been deliberate; the , for example, has been introduced around the world as a. As a result, birds have more blood in their capillaries per unit of volume of lung than a mammal. The arteries are composed of thick elastic muscles to withstand the pressure of the ventricular constriction, and become more rigid as they move away from the heart. Some species may use more than one system depending on the circumstances. Birds live worldwide and range in size from the 5 cm 2 in to the 2. About 60 extant bird species are , as were many extinct birds. The prisoners are subjected to sadistic cruelty from the guards and fellow prisoners, and all attempts at escape are dealt with.


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The Big Bird Cage (1972)

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Bird eggs are usually laid in a. Depending on the viewpoint, the number of known living bird species varies anywhere from 9,800 to 10,050. Human activities can also be detrimental, and have threatened numerous bird species with extinction , , , , kills and predation by pet and are common sources of death for birds. Birds live and breed in most terrestrial habitats and on all seven continents, reaching their southern extreme in the breeding colonies up to 440 kilometres 270 mi inland in. They also have , likely to mediate. The extinct was unique in having an elongate forelimb and massive hand which likely functioned in combat or defence as a jointed club or flail.

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A study on in the avian skull found that the of all neornithines might have had a beak similar to that of the modern and a skull similar to that of the. Birds of arid regions make use of loose soil to dust-bathe. The ribs are flattened and the is keeled for the attachment of flight muscles except in the flightless bird orders. Other mating systems, including , , , , and , also occur. Several avian characteristics are compared in the table below. Some bird species of aquatic environments, particularly and some , have further evolved for.

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Other times, they may be , as when species such as the have benefited from human activities. Skeletal system The skeleton consists of very lightweight bones. Birds have been domesticated by humans both as pets and for practical purposes. Italian Journal of Animal Science. Much like a mammalian heart, the avian heart is composed of , and layers. As scientists have discovered more theropods closely related to birds, the previously clear distinction between non-birds and birds has become blurred.

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