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  • Do Birds Really Know How To Make A Nest

    Instinct Motivation I’m going to say this is psychology make-up I’m very creative in my thinking so in my own words I know we all seen birds making a nest and perhaps we have seen a bird having such a hard time gathering twigs to make a nest. So my question is How do birds really know how to make a nest. Or even a mouse gathering cotton and paper installation to make a nest. Hmm, I say let’s get into this topic a little deeper for more of an understanding. All animals have certain instinct knowledge on how to survive in the environment. Animal babies they were born into this world with a capacity and knowledge on how to survive in the wilderness by making a nest. Some in high and underground to avoid any danger lurking around. This instinct is like a small map in their minds. Did you know they are a part of our genes and may not know what a nest looks like and able to still make one. So you’re probably wondering what animals got to do with this. I’m going to get in into this a little deeper and with detail. I know we are humans at least I think you are I know I am here’s what I know from reading. We humans all have the same tendencies we all have our special ways to allow us to have baby’s sorry guy’s ladies can have kids only so with baby’s we know baby’s cry a lot they aren’t thought to cry. Hmm How…

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  • Differences In Nest Ectoparasite Abundance On Mountain Blue Bird

    Investigating the Effects of Environmental Differences in Nest Ectoparasite Abundance on Mountain Bluebird (Sialia currucoides) Reproductive Success Materials and Methods Mountain bluebirds, (Sialia currucoides) are sexually dimorphic insectivorous songbirds, which defend a breeding territory approximately five ha in size, while giving biparental care to their altricial offspring (Power and Lombardo 1996). Bluebirds are often parasitized by hematophagous nest ectoparasitic blowfly larvae, which…

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  • Fecal Sac Removal In Animals

    The behavior of nest sanitation includes the removal of eggshells, fecal sacs, non-viable hatchlings, and undigested food (Ibáñez-Álamo, Ruiz-Raya, Roncalli, & Soler, 2014). This costly expense is not found in every species, and perhaps has adapted in part to its reproductive advantage (Tinbergen, 1963). Many studies have tested to see if removal of excrements decreases parasites and predators. These hypotheses have received mixed support between studies on the same species as well as between…

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  • Birds Nest: A Case Study

    The light blue colored area represents the lower section of the Birds Nest. Enhanced recovery wells were added into the Google Earth Pro model to give an idea of how many Class II wells are injecting in the Birds Nest for disposal or enhance recovery. The blue colored dots in Figure 4 represent the enhance recovery wells. Enhance recovery wells inject produced water to help increase the production oil and gas. The produce water results from these wells were not selected because the injected…

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  • Analysis Of The Typical Breeding Season Of Eastern Bluebirds

    understand from researching the process of fecal sac removal that the fecal sacs will most likely not be removed until the first few weeks after hatching. The longer days of late spring and early summer have a photoperiod average of 16-18 hours of daylight and we since we plan to conduct this experiment in April of 2017, 18 hours of daylight will be the expected May photoperiod by the time the birds hatch (Navara, 2016).The normal temperatures of May average from the lows of 14.6 ℃ to 27.7℃…

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  • Birds Nest Aquifer Case Study

    not currently used as a salt water disposal area. The Birds Nest aquifer area that has less than 10,000 mg/L TDS can be used in the future as a salt water disposal zone as long as an Aquifer Exemption is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA Region 8 has jurisdiction over this area of permitting salt water disposal wells. “Wastewater injected into disposal wells may, in some circumstances, migrate to the surface or into freshwater aquifers” (Johnston, J, et. al,…

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  • Edible Bird Nest Case Study

    2.4 Quality of Edible Bird Nest Since the process of harvesting EBN is often painstaking and dangerous, the technique of harvesting the EBN will be influenced by the cave site and the height above ground or water bed thus the quality of the EBN are influence by how is the EBN are harvested (Leh, 2001; Marcone, 2005). Human harvest the EBN three times per year and each harvest are on the different weather which is the first period is on January to April, second period is on May to August and the…

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  • Bird Nest Case Study

    1.0 THE FACE 1.1 Company Background The Face which is based in Sarawak decided to introduce a product, bird’s nest facial mask, which is made by the bird’s nest, and solely based on specialized knowledge and experiences on fundamentals of skin. We have decided to export our products domestically and to international regions of the world, which is China and Korea. We choose bird’s nest facial mask as our product because it has a lot of natural nutrients which are beneficial for the consumers.…

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  • Saar Chickens Case Study

    Why are Mrs.Saars chickens going missing? Well she has found evidence of it being a bird. She has narrowed it down to the Red-tailed Hawk, Bald Eagle, Great Horned Owl, and the Osprey. Out of these four bird the bird that is taking the chickens is the Red-Tailed Hawk. The red tailed hawk is the culprit. I know this because of the evidence found at the scene. One piece of evidence is that the Red-tailed hawk eats outside of the nest. This shows that since there were piles of feathers around…

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  • Eclectus Parrot History

    pellet diets prevalent one must be careful, “Eclectus parrots assimilate nutrients so efficiently, they can exhibit symptoms such as “repetitive foot clenching and wing flicking” if over supplemented or fed too many rich foods. Unless a vitamin or mineral deficiency is diagnosed with blood tests, they should not be supplemented with vitamins and minerals.” Foods to avoid with almost any parrot include chocolate and alvacado. Variety is always best and it is even better for the birds if the…

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