Counting Is For The Birds

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ISBN : 9781607341772
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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As a cat patiently waits, birds from one to twenty land at a feeder. Includes information about the various species and the seeds they eat.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Counting Birds

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ISBN : 1589256387
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Illustrations and rhythmic text depict a tree as it fills with birds, one at a time, each with its own unique song. Board book format with embossing throughout.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Counting Birds

Author : Alice Melvin
ISBN : 1854378554
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 79.90 MB
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Counts from one to twenty with birds, such as the cockerel, lovebirds, and wrens.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Counting On Birds

Author : Kate Riggs
ISBN : 1568463006
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Every child learns to count from 1 to 10. But not every teaching method also doubles as a nonfiction introduction to the growth cycle of an animal! Young readers will count along from a single nest and two caring parents as three baby songbirds eat, open their eyes, test their toeholds, take time to grow flight feathers, and finally leave the nest together. Numerals accompany the text on each spread to further reinforce the counting concept and encourage association with the different forms.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Counting With Birds From Northern Australia

Author : Jasmine Jan
ISBN : 0980390478
Genre : Birds
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Working from her studio at Lambells Lagoon, Jasmine Jan is surrounded by 105 acres of pristine bushland. Her studio overlooks a paperbark billabong and it is from this nature- lovers retreat that she gains inspiration. Working as a zookeeper for over 12 years at the Territory Wildlife Park she has enjoyed the unique opportunity to care for many of the birds that feature in her watercolour paintings. Years spent observing these birds has given her an intimate knowledge and understanding of the behaviour and character of the various birds featured in this book.
Category: Birds

Counting Is For The Birds

Author : Frank Mazzola, Jr.
ISBN : 0881069507
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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As a cat patiently waits, birds from one to twenty land at a feeder. Includes information about the various species and the seeds they eat.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Counting Birds In Forests

Author : David Lindenmayer
ISBN : 0867404914
Genre : Bird populations
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Abstract (partial): Two field experiments were designed to compare observer, observation method and forest type effects on the detectability of forest birds. Point counts, zig-zag walks and strip transects as well as an automatic bird call recording device were used to count birds in stands of Eucayptus and Pinus radiata forest near Tumut, southern NSW.
Category: Bird populations

Bird Census Techniques

Author : Colin J. Bibby
ISBN : 9780080984506
Genre : Science
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Wild birds are counted for a wide variety of reasons and by a bewildering array of methods. However, detailed descriptions of the techniques used and the rationale adopted are scattered in the literature, and the newcomer to bird census work or the experienced bird counter in search of a wider view, may well have difficulty in coming to grips with the subject as a whole. While not an end in itself, numerical and distributional census work is a fundamental part of many scientific and conservation studies, and one in which the application of given standards is vital if results are not to be distorted or applied in a misleading way. This book provides a concise guide to the various census techniques and to the opportunities and pitfalls which each entails. The common methods are described in detail, and illustrated through an abundance of diagrams showing examples of actual and theoretical census studies. Anyone with a bird census job to plan should be able to select the method best suited to the study at hand, and to apply it to best effect within the limits inherent in it and the constraints of the particular study. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the British Trust for Ornithology have for many years pioneered the collaboration of amateurs and professionals in various census studies. Three members of their staff, each with extensive field experience, now pool the knowledge of these investigations to lay the groundwork for sound census work in future years.
Category: Science