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RARE BIRDS - The life and times of Walt and Bette Tryon By Gary Dwyer, editor
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Walt and Bette Tryon’s lives and careers spanned continents as well as decades. Compassion was their collective watchword. The images contained in this book are somewhat chronological... More > fragments of two remarkable people who made the very most of their own talents and discovered surprising ways of helping others.< Less
Devouring Birds By Ronald Baatz
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Ronald Baatz has been publishing in the small press and beyond for forty years. A mainstay of Marvin Malone's much lauded Wormwood Review, Baatz has continued to publish poems of rare depth and... More > beauty. These are his New and Selected Poems.< Less
Birds in Poetry By Yoshiko Masumura
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Birds can make you happy and feel at peace, just watching them fly carefree, spreading their colorful wings. They make you forget about your problems and bring serenity and joy to your day. Some... More > are bright red like the cardinal; others, sky blue and white, like the bluejay. Experience seeing various birds as you read my poems, as different and rare birds come to life in my book in a fun and lively way.< Less
Birds in Poetry By Yoshiko Masumura
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Birds can make you happy and feel at peace, just watching them fly carefree, spreading their colorful wings. They make you forget about your problems and bring serenity and joy to your day. Some... More > are bright red like the cardinal; others, sky blue and white, like the bluejay. Experience seeing various birds as you read my poems, as different and rare birds come to life in my book in a fun and lively way. < Less
With the Birds In Maine By Olive Thorne Miller
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"My abiding-place at the time my story begins differed materially from the picturesque "small gray house facing the morning light," being a modern structure which offered the rare... More > combination of a comfortable home in the edge of an undisturbed forest, completely secluded from roads and their traffic, yet within two minutes' reach of the common way to the village. The outlook from my window was into the tops of tall spruces and firs, relieved here and there by a pine, a birch, or a maple..."< Less
Drawing Birds By Joumana Medlej
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25 pages extensively covering the rarely published subject of drawing birds. Includes anatomy, detailed diagrams on the wing construction and movement, head and beak details, feathers, flight... More > diagrams. The book also covers the individual details (anatomic characteristics, wings, bills, feet, flight pattern etc) of about 60 species, making it a great reference for illustrators seeking accuracy as well as a great guide for fantasy artists who need to create new species.< Less
Extinct Birds By Walter Rothschild
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Extinct Birds (complete title: Extinct birds : an attempt to unite in one volume a short account of those birds which have become extinct in historical times : that is, within the last six or seven... More > hundred years: to which are added a few which still exist, but are on the verge of extinction) is a book by Walter Rothschild which covers globally extinct and rare birds as well as hypothetical extinct species which include bird taxa which existence are only based on written or oral reports or on paintings. The accounts of the extinct bird taxa are based on Rothschild's lecture On extinct and vanishing birds published in the Proceedings of the 4th International Ornithological Congress 1905 in London.< Less
The Fish and the Bird By Nathan Riles III
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This is a romantic short story written as a poem for the Authors Fiancé. While the artwork and feel of the book are innocent and nonthreatening this simple story drives at and challenges the... More > core what we call “Love”. The message of this story is simple but powerful and reflects a rare sentiment that love should be truly unconditional and sacrifice should be pursued with passion to show unconditional love for ones mate. The story and message is encouraging promoting mutual love and respect. This book is also a great tool for couples before, during, and after any conflict. I strongly suggest guys get this book for your spouses or girl friends… and be ready to read together. Please enjoy this simple tale of love loss and renewal.< Less
Urban Birding By The City BirdBrain
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This is a book about the experiences of an armchair birdwatcher who does most of his birdwatching from his balcony. Originally produced as a monthly column, it has been specially compiled into a... More > stand-alone book. The book provides a birds-eye view of the most common birds of the urban area with anecdotes and past experiences of the author which are entertaining as well as informative as they throw light on specific behaviours of the species under discussion. What is most impressive about this book is the obvious control of the language now rarely encountered. Edited by Humayun Taher, a Chartered Accountant by qualification, an IT professional, an avid birdwatcher and part-time author. His articles and notes have appeared in journal of BNHS (Bombay Natural History Society), PITTA (Publications of Birdwatchers Society of A.P, India) , MAYURA((Publications of Birdwatchers Society of A.P, India) and Hamadryad (Madras Crocodile Bank Trust publication).< Less
With The Birds In Maine By Olive Thorne Miller
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My abiding-place at the time my story begins differed materially from the picturesque "small gray house facing the morning light," being a modern structure which offered the rare... More > combination of a comfortable home in the edge of an undisturbed forest, completely secluded from roads and their traffic, yet within two minutes' reach of the common way to the village. The outlook from my window was into the tops of tall spruces and firs, relieved here and there by a pine, a birch, or a maple. Through a vista, and over the tops of more distant trees, could be seen the broad Atlantic Ocean, and above all "The blue arch of sky Where clouds go sailing by." The feathered neighbors had evidently accepted the house as a part of the woods, for they came freely about, delighting especially in a worn and battered old spruce within fifteen feet of the window. On this tree, — which doubtless furnished a choice assortment of bird dainties, — first or last, appeared all the birds of the vicinity.< Less