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  • ... week all around California's Channel Islands this week. Never been? Then see these natural marvels through Huell's eyes. They will ... Then think about the Common Murre, the penguin-like birds that can soar through the air and the ocean. Read more here. Check out ...
  • ... is capable of recognizing 400 of the most commonly sighted birds in North America. Using computer vision technology, the site is ... a user uploads a photo of a bird , enters when and where the photo was taken, draws a box around the bird and then clicks on ...
  • ... They have been providing backgrounds to movies, TV shows , theaters and even school plays since 1932. And we have Grosh to thank ... meets two nice ladies at his local grocery store and sees where their story takes him. Hint, think pawn shop and neon! Huell didn't end ...
  • ... They have been providing backgrounds to movies, TV shows , theaters and even school plays since 1932. And Grosh also provided ... meets two nice ladies at his local grocery store and sees where their story takes him. Hint, think pawn shop and neon! Huell didn't end ...
  • ... Feeling defensive? Watch and match up this setting with where your county stages its fair.   Configure block Edit DFP ad ...
  • ... Fire. An expert in vocal communication among mammals and birds who worked with such luminaries as Jane Goodall and Hugo Von Lawick, ... embedded video shows a number of sparrows in Portland in the act of singing. It's usually ... you really know your white-crowned sparrows, you'll know where you are in California." Marler's 1962 paper heralding his discovery of ...
  • ... written in Santa Monica, Venice, West L.A. and Westwood, where she is Professor of English and African-American Studies at UCLA. ... our early earnest poems. Nonetheless, the skill Mullen shows in tanka after tanka will inspire many a writer to look a little closer ...
  • ... bird . Now, it's unusual to see one in many places where it was once prevalent. And the state of California just decided it ... mated pairs. Sometimes millions. The din of so many noisy birds must have been unimaginable. And then the same thing happened to the ...
  • ... with populations in river estuaries as far north as Alaska where freshwater and saltwater meet and mix. The population closest to the ... are bad. And that capacity for wild swings in numbers shows up clearly in the last half-century of data. But in the last 15 years, ...
  • ... of San Pablo Bay, their numbers have dwindled to the point where there are few splittail connecting the easternmost and westernmost ... wasn't in need of protection. Eleven years on, that's where the splittail stands. The good news is that, should the USFWS decide ...

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