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Eagles and Birds Dead...China by NatashaCall Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 2:16pm BREAKING! Eagle and Birds fall from the sky in CHINAWed Jan 05 2011 10:24(Via).chou4.com  Used google translateBirds continue to fall around the poles may be a precursor to conversionFont Size: T | T... You want to read this! Amazing. Surprising. Contraversial. Read on »
MOWII Webinar: Case Studies of Wind Related to Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act by Energy Efficiency Posted Thu 11 Sep 2014 7:00am Date: 10/22/2014 Location: ME Source: Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative 10:00-10:45 a.m. ET Wind power projects and their compliance with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act have recently received public scrutiny. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service issued regulatory guidance that addresses compl ... Read on »
Saw a Golden Eagle by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:09pm My wake up HR was 49 when I woke up. The temperature is 23, but the sun is out for a while and it may warm up a bit. For the past month, our daytime temperatures have mostly been below freezing. Since today is a rest day and I won't be running, I thought I would relate a nice experience I had a couple of weeks ago while running. There is a ... Read on »
AAI Guide and Program Coordinator Help With Washington Golden Eagle Study by Jason Martin Posted Mon 07 Jul 2014 1:00pm I am a reluctant bird nerd. This is a recent development. I grew up in a neighborhood in Texas famous for birding, but the hobby was reserved in my mind for retired winter Texans escaping the Great White North. But I love natural history, and birds are the easiest and most reliable wildlife to observe, so gradually I have found myself growing to ... Read on »
Eagle Pose ~ Garudasana by Barbara K. Posted Mon 31 May 2010 6:05pm Eagle Pose ; one of my favorites. In class we often practice Eagle Pose, arms only, sometimes while seated and sometimes in Warrior 1. I carry stress in my trapezius muscles, my upper traps and Eagle pose stretches exactly where I need it. I like to focus on the upper body more then the balance. Last week we did the full ... Read on »
The Dodo and the Bald Eagle by Dr. Liz Miller Medical Doctor Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:25pm Could anyone believe the two passenger opposite were the same type? At first glance there were not two more different individuals on the whole train. The two men were sitting at a table facing forward. I sat down opposite, just as the t ... Read on »
Could avian scavengers translocate infectious prions to disease-free areas initiating new foci of chronic wasting disease? by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Jul 2013 1:41pm Prion. 2013 Jul 3;7(4). [Epub ahead of print]   Could avian scavengers translocate infectious prions to disease-free areas initiating new foci of chronic wasting disease?   Fischer JW, Phillips GE, Nichols TA, Vercauteren KC. Source United States Department of Agriculture; Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Wildlife Se ... Read on »
Wildlife of Afghanistan by Robert Folzenlogen Posted Thu 03 May 2012 12:00am Based on television images beamed to the world over the past few decades, Afghanistan appears to be a desolate region of rock and sand, a landscape of drought and human carnage. Yet, Afghanistan hosts a spectacular diversity of wildlife and many of its species have been threatened by the recurrent and protracted wars that have ravaged this coun ... Read on »
Eagle, Turtle Island, and One More Day by Tanya T. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 7:56pm Today, well - actually - this morning was fabulous! I felt like my old self! Then, I went to radiation. I can't begin to describe what that does to me after it's over. Totally depletes energy, feel beat up, and it doesn't make sense to the logical mind; however, it is what is. So, tomorrow will be good again. The good news is that tomo ... Read on »
Eagle Watch by Shauna M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:21pm Last weekend the Wookie and I traveled to the Annapolis Valley for the final Eagles Weekend. The Valley is the one of two large agricultural areas of Nova Scotia and the chicken farmers feed the wild population of bald eagles all winter. Of course it's the leftover parts of chickens that humans don't consume. The farmers invite the public ... Read on »