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    In 1960 DDT was banned because it was killing our beloved Eagles. The Eagle is now making a comeback. There are about 30,000 Bald Eagles in Alaska and Canada, and about 2,500 in the 48 states. The Eagle has been our Symbol for the United States since 1782 for its ?fierce and independent image.? The Cheetah is an Endangered Species because people are hunting it for its fur, loss of habitat, and because people think it?s a pest. There are only about 12,000 Cheetah?s left in the World. If…

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    So since I can’t go into the forest near my grandparents anymore, I decided to go to the state park in Savanna with my cousin and her baby boy, Jaxson around 3:00 p.m. The state park wasn’t closed yet, the weather now has changed into a deeper cold then in September but we are still getting hot days or cold days, but mostly cold. I know that the state park does have snakes so I had to look out for them while walking with my cousin. While walking uphill towards the first lookout I noticed a…

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    whole life without drinking a single drop of water. In Nevada there is a tortoise that lives in the desert and it is called the desert tortoise ( it’s name is kinda predictable). It can live up to 70 years old. The famous bald eagle lives in Nevada. While a wild bald eagle can live up to 30 years, but most live to 15-20 years old. Nuclear testing began at the Nevada Proving Ground in 1951 with a 1 kiloton bomb dropped on the Frenchman Flat. Over 1000 nuclear detonations were carried out…

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    such as the Least Turn (Sterna antillarum), Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus), and Rufa Red Knot (Calidris canutus rufa) as endangered and threatened. Previously, Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) were listed as endangered, however their populations have stabilized and are now protected under the federal Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle Act. Mammals such as the Gray Bat (Myotis grisescens), Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis), and Northern Long Eared Bats (Myotis septentrionalis) are endangered and…

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    “The Custom House” Nathaniel Hawthorne uses figurative language and negative diction to potray the US government in a negative light after losing his job at the customs house. Hawthrne compares the government to the national bird, the bald eagle. He describes the eagle as a “unhappy fowl,she appears, by the fierceness of her beak and eye” who “..has no great tenderness, even in her best of moods.” Hawthorne potrays the government as unhappy and rather mean with no kindness in it. She attacks…

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    They believed that a bald eagle used clay to make humans. The Eagle made himself a wife from a feather, and from there on they could create other humans. The Salian Indians believed that his reason for creating humanity was because he was lonely and wanted to complete the creation that was already…

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    The American flag was made to unify the states and the stars are a symbol of the unified states. The flag was made to show independence for our newly independent nation. The United States has gone through many battles and our flag was still standing strong supporting our nation and the people fighting for it. The American flag represents justice, humanity, freedom, courage, integrity, equality and liberty. It is a sign of unity and pride for the people of the United States. The colors stand for…

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    that is unfinished. Above the eye they’re are words “Annuit Coeptis” that means “god has favored our undertaking”. The pyramid is actually on the back side, on the front is an eagle. (Bill Nelson. Paragraph 7) The eagle has a little more meanings than the pyramid. They chose an eagle to represent strength. The reason the eagle…

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    The Balsam Fir

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    Balsam Fir: The Balsam Fir is an average sized native evergreen tree. It can grow up 40 to 80 feet tall. These trees adapted to the taiga because they grow in acidic soil. Fireweed: The fireweed plants have adapted to become less affected by fires which makes it suitable for the taiga as wildfires are common in the taiga. They also have the ability to grow in all types of soils. Black Spruce: The Black Spruce is a tall tree. It can grow up to 25 meters tall. Douglas-Fir: Douglas-firs are very…

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    and farming. Had they gone fully extinct, I think there would have been a lot of people suffering and starving without the support and help that Bison gave to them. 3. A grasshopper is eaten by a wild mouse on the prairie, the mouse is eaten by a bald eagle. A bumble bee pollinates a wildflower on the prairie. 4. The Native Americans were very into preserving the environment that they lived in, even if they hunted and used the resources that their environment provided them, they only ever took…

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