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    want to be too far because that means more walking and walking is something that you do a lot of at the U of A. Commuters have to worry about where to park because they have to think about how much they are willing to pay for a parking pass. Is it worth paying $600-$800 to park in a parking garage and not have to take a bus? For some, the answer is yes but others are like me and prefer to pay $60-$90 to park in a general area and then take the bus. Those who live on campus have this problem too but they do not have to worry about how early they have to get up just to have time to drive to class. When they say that the early bird gets the worm, they are not lying. Those who get the best parking spot are those who have early classes. I also interviewed my friend Braeden Hess, who commutes the University of Arkansas every day, I asked him how he manages to get a good parking spot and he said “easy, just take early classes. Nobody likes to wake up early so you have that one advantage.” He is not wrong because my earliest class is at 7:30 A.M. and I always get a great parking spot because the lot is not full like it would be at a later time. Secondly, staying on campus all day is hard when you have long breaks between…

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    1. Quote-“The early bird catches the worm.”-Amy Rench Define it- The meaning of this is to always be proactive. When you get things done early, then you will gain more. Just like a bird that comes out early in the morning and gets a worm to eat, doing things as soon as possible will result in better outcomes. Connect it- This can apply to my life because it can shows me that the sooner I get things done, the better the outcome will be. I will either gain more downtime, or I will have more time…

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    the Triassic synapsid decline. The rise of the diapsids was slow, and is likely attributed to the improved respiration in diapsids provided by their erect gait. What were the first dinosaurs like and where did they live? [4] The first dinosaurs were the agile, bipedal carnivores, Herrerasaurus and Eoraptor. Herrerasaurus and Eoraptor differed in size (Eoraptor was about one meter in length, Herrerasaurus was between three and six meters in length), but this pair invariably possessed…

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    You were taking your usual Sunday walk in your area's grassy plains. Suddenly, a swift bird glides high above you. It's a falcon. Its identity is revealed by its size and shape as it soars across the blue sky. Once the falcon reaches a certain point over the nearby lake, it tucks in its wings and drops down towards a flock of ducks. The ducks take notice of the falcon and begin to scatter. However, for one of the ducks, it was too late as the falcon pierces the duck's flesh with its razor-sharp…

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    occurrence of the sparrows was to use an excel processor to determine a pie graph for the number of flock occurrences vs. single occurrences (more on this will be issued in the discussion). This specific graph was based on the numerical frequency of the birds seen flock feeding or not, and not the actual number of…

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    hoatzin (Opisthocomus hoazin), also known as the stinkbird, or Canje pheasant, is a species of tropical bird found in swamps, riparian forests, and mangroves of the Amazon and the Orinoco Delta in South America. It is notable for having chicks that possess claws on two of their wing digits. It is the only member of the genus Opisthocomus (Ancient Greek: "wearing long hair behind", referring to its large crest) which in turn is the only extant genus in the family Opisthocomidae. The taxonomic…

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    Sami Lenox Dr. Dryer Biology 157 Greater Prairie Chickens Illinois use to be one of the largest states for Prairie Chickens. Prairie chickens didn’t only dominate the Illinois state but reached out into the entire Midwest, States in this premotor included Arkansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming. Midwest flourished in these creatures. Illinois use to be top contender, with nearly 20 million acres of birds. Boomers (also known as prairies chickens) are a slight larger…

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    Mexican Spotted Owl The Mexican spotted owl (Strix occidentalis lucida) has two other related species of the spotted owls which are the Northern and California spotted owls. Each spotted owl is located in their own geographic area and are considered to be tamed approachable birds by humans. During the day they sit on a tree branch in the deep shade and hunt during the night. The Mexican spotted owl can distinguished by its color, feathers and habitat location. Taxonomy and Morphology The…

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    Mobbing behavior is an antipredator adaptation in which individuals of prey species cooperatively engage in harassing or attacking a potential intruder or predator. This behavior is most frequently exhibited in birds and can include; aerial swoops, physical attacks, the emittance of loud calls, or defecating on the predator. For an extended time, researchers believed that this behavior primarily served as a response to protect offspring against predators, in an attempt to relocate them away…

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    this study is to learn about birds and their relation to their habitat. There are many bird species that are abundant in the the woodlands of Westfield. Where different species of bird are located, depends on the environment. An environment can have a completely different habitat than another environment. Because of this, we suspect birds to favor one habitat over the other. From our hypothesis, we believe birds are going to be more numerous by the Westfield River than the wetland and will be…

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