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Bird Walk Ringtones
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- A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
- A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
- (Ringtone (film)) Ringtone is a 2010 Malayalam film by Ajmal starring Suresh Gopi, Bala and debutant Megha Nair.
- (Ringtone (song)) Internet Leaks is the third EP from "Weird Al" Yankovic. It was released digitally on August 25, 2009, although all of the songs were initially released as separate digital singles between October 2008 and August 2009.
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Take a Backyard Bird Walk (Take a Walk series)
Awarded the "Recommended by" seal of the National Gardening Association in 2005 and The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval in September of 2003, this interactive book is the first in a series of nature discovery books. Take A Walk® Books teach readers how to find, identify and observe the treasure of nature they can find in their own backyard, schoolyard, or local park. A self-guided odyssey packed with interesting facts, funny stories, beautiful photographs, illustrations and field guide information. Sidebars include new words with definitions and pronunciations and personal stories by the other kids. Complete with plenty of space and instructions for taking field notes, drawing maps, sketching discoveries, this is a great solo, family, classroom, or group outing! Meets or exceeds many State and Federal Environmental Education standards and initiatives.
Bird walk animation - see below
Most birds walk with that strange head-bobbing movement that makes them look a) peculiar, and b) bird-like. What's most interesting about that walk is what is actually happening ... the bird is actually holding its head absolutely still for a long period while the legs and body move forward, then the head snaps ahead and catches up. This has the great advantage that they get vision and sound completely unhampered by movement for most of the time, much better for detecting movement and likely threats. In contrast, when we walk we lose most of our movement detection because everything we see seems to be moving as our eyes bob up and down and along and this disguises small movements relative to the background. When looking through photos I took of the lone Bar-tailed Godwit presently gracing our local wetlands, I noticed that by chance the camera had caught two sequential shots in which the bird was walking, the body and legs had moved, but the head was rock-solidly in place. This is an animation of two unretouched images of the bird walking, the exactness with which it holds the head and eye in one place is astonishing - you can see that it wouldn't move more than half a millimetre even though the whole body is moving forward and up and down. To see the animation version you have to look at the original image which I reproduce in the first comment below.
Over There! Scenes from John Heinz Wildlife Refuge
Staff member Suzanne Kelley (center in hat) leads a morning bird walk around the refuge. John Heinz Wildlife Refuge Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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During their heyday in the first half of the 1990s, The Jayhawks perfected a captivating sound that seamlessly blended the elegant folk-rock of The Byrds, the adventurousness of Buffalo Springfield, the hippiebilly soulfulness of The Flying Burrito Brothers, and the soaring harmonies of The Beach Boys. So it's richly ironic that their reappearance coincides with a dramatic resurgence of the musical approach they played such a central role in perpetuating--but this time around, The Jayhawks themselves are revered as icons by the young bands carrying on those same traditions, and it's their own legacy that they're advancing. On Mockingbird Time, their eighth album, and the first with the original lineup since 1995's Tomorrow The Green Grass, they're once again pushing the envelope in songs and performances of rarefied dynamism and grace. The album's shapes and textures range from the string-laden grandeur of "Hide Your Colors" and the widescreen vistas of "Tiny Arrows" to the streamlined 12-string jangle of "She Walks in So Many Ways" and the amphetamine frenzy of "High Water Blues."
Limited deluxe edition includes an exclusive DVD featuring Mockingbird Time: A Documentary, Oceanway Studios rehearsal sessions videos, and a never-before-seen performance from 1985, plus two bonus tracks, additional photos, lyrics, and deluxe packaging.