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Prey Model Raw Recipes: 130 Recipes and How To’s on Recipe Design By Meghan Leah Waals
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Prey Model Raw Recipes: 130 Recipes and How To’s on Recipe Design contains over 130 prey model/frankenprey model raw recipes for cats, dogs and ferrets. In addition the book is full of step... More > by step information on how to create your own recipes and menus, in depth nutrients charts and scientific reference to back all claims.< Less
Falconry: Its Claims, History, and Practices – Hunting with Birds of Prey (Hardcover) By Gage Earle Freeman
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This guide to falconry dates to mid-19th century Britain, and explains both the history and practical elements of using birds of prey to hunt wild animals. Raising and training intelligent birds of... More > prey to hunt animals was popular in Europe from the Middle Ages onward. Over the centuries, techniques and practices were refined, with the peculiarities of the various birds used – be they peregrine falcons, goshawks, sparrow-hawks or otherwise – investigated by generations of enthusiasts. This history is detailed and supplemented with the author’s own practical experience and advice. Gage Earle Freeman was a clergyman who spent some years assigned to India. As a lifelong enthusiast of falconry, Freeman was impressed to behold the practice in India; a culture where hunting with birds of prey had been a tradition for millennia. As an experienced falconer, Freeman was able to put the skills he’d honed on Buxton Moor in England to use in India – his talents met appreciation, and he received birds as gifts.< Less
Falconry: Its Claims, History, and Practices – Hunting with Birds of Prey By Gage Earle Freeman
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This guide to falconry dates to mid-19th century Britain, and explains both the history and practical elements of using birds of prey to hunt wild animals. Raising and training intelligent birds of... More > prey to hunt animals was popular in Europe from the Middle Ages onward. Over the centuries, techniques and practices were refined, with the peculiarities of the various birds used – be they peregrine falcons, goshawks, sparrow-hawks or otherwise – investigated by generations of enthusiasts. This history is detailed and supplemented with the author’s own practical experience and advice. Gage Earle Freeman was a clergyman who spent some years assigned to India. As a lifelong enthusiast of falconry, Freeman was impressed to behold the practice in India; a culture where hunting with birds of prey had been a tradition for millennia. As an experienced falconer, Freeman was able to put the skills he’d honed on Buxton Moor in England to use in India – his talents met appreciation, and he received birds as gifts.< Less
Prey World - Citizen 1-564398B-278843 By Alexander Merow
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The year 2028. Mankind is in the stranglehold of a worldwide surveillance state. Frank Kohlhaas, a petty citizen, lives a cheerless life, working as an agency worker in a steel plant. One day, he... More > gets into a conflict with the tyrannical system, because of an unfortunate accident. An automated trail convicts him to five years of imprisonment and Frank disappears in a detention centre, where he suffers under a cruel system of brainwashing and reeducation. After eight months of pain, the authorities decide to transfer him to another prison. On the way there, something unexpected happens. Suddenly everything changes and the young man finds himself caught between the fronts...< Less
Dorota Dyman & Associates Real Estate Fake Real Estate Ads Prey on Buyer Desire for Home Deal By Ernest Williams
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An Ottawa woman says she was shocked to learn the condo she was selling online was also being offered on another website at a deeply discounted price, part of a complicated scam targeting... More > unsuspecting home buyers. Julie Gutteridge is selling her upscale downtown Ottawa condo for about $260,000, and placed ads with real estate website Grapevine and online classified advertiser Kijiji. She then noticed a nearly identical ad — with the same digital photos she had used on her advertisement — on another real estate website. The one difference: the price. The clone ad listed the condo for $108,000.< Less
The Carnivores of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument By Robert M. Hunt, Jr. et al.
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In 1981 University of Nebraska paleontologists came upon an unexpected concentration of carnivore dens at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument in north­west Nebraska. The discovery of bones of... More > Miocene beardogs, mustelids, and canids in their burrows was an exceptional event. Survey and excavation (1981–1990) established that six species of carnivores had, over time, occupied the dens with traces of their prey: juvenile and adult oreodonts, camels, and a neonatal rhinoceros. At least nine individuals of the wolf-like beardog Daphoenodon superbus, the most common carnivore, were identified. The carnivores found together in the dens represent a moment in time—the oldest carnivore den community yet discovered with remains of predators, their prey, and their ecology in evidence. Dated at 22 to 23 Ma (million years), the den complex provided scientists with the oldest documented evidence of carnivore denning behavior.< Less
At Stake By Terry V. Underwood
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Vernon James has been a Professor for a long time, has been to various locations around the world, has seen some tremendous and strange sights, but nothing has prepared him for the events unfolding... More > in the community around him, nothing but last year. As the death toll rises, Professor James must face the shadows of his past and match wits with killers unlike any the world has acknowledged. Killers who remind him of the same type of murderers who took his fiance the year before, killers who hunt for sport, killers who hunt for prey. And he knows better than anyone exactly what's on the line, exactly what's At Stake.< Less
At Stake By Terry Underwood
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Vernon James has been a Professor for a long time, has been to various locations around the world, has seen some tremendous and strange sights, but nothing has prepared him for the events unfolding... More > in the community around him, nothing but last year. As the death toll rises, Professor James must face the shadows of his past and match wits with killers unlike any the world has acknowledged. Killers who remind him of the same type of murderers who took his fiance the year before, killers who hunt for sport, killers who hunt for prey. And he knows better than anyone exactly what's on the line, exactly what's At Stake.< Less
At Stake By Terry V. Underwood
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Vernon James has been a Professor for a long time, has been to various locations around the world, has seen some tremendous and strange sights, but nothing has prepared him for the events unfolding... More > in the community around him, nothing but last year. As the death toll rises, Professor James must face the shadows of his past and match wits with killers unlike any the world has acknowledged. Killers who remind him of the same type of murderers who took his fiance the year before, killers who hunt for sport, killers who hunt for prey. And he knows better than anyone exactly what's on the line, exactly what's At Stake.< Less
Crossing Paths By Philip Dehner
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A brief display of several wild predators' senses, and how they might decide to take or spare a life. Also an experiment for the author, who is trying to break a longstanding habit of keeping... More > thoughts and observations to himself.< Less

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