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Literary Comparison: the Nightingale

The two poems in my comparison are The Nightingale’s Nest by John Clare, and Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats. Although both were about the actual bird the nightingale there is so much more depth that can be reached by just reading into what the speaker is feeling as they are describing the actual […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1052 Topics: Bird

Miniature Dracula’s: the Vampires of the Tropics

The word vampire brings to mind a myriad of spine tingling images; eyes as red as the fresh blood dripping from a pale chin, an eerily wing-like cape flapping in the wind of a misty night, a worryingly well-preserved crypt in an old abandoned castle. Or perhaps the more modern interpretation of a beautiful and […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1061 Topics: Animals, Bird, Dracula, Human, Vampire
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How Wind Energy Destroyed our Wild Life

Renewable energy is generated by a natural and unconventional source it only need to convert natural energy sources such as the sun, wind, and water into continual energy to facilitate their use in everyday life. Renewable energy is widely available in nature, unlike underground fossil fuels in limited forms like oil, gas, and coal and […]

Pages: 2 Words: 468 Topics: Bird, Earth, Energy, Natural Environment, Renewable Energy, Wind Energy, Wind Power, Wind Turbine

Indigenous Chickens Also Known as ‘Chicken Makayas’

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION Background of study Indigenous chickens also known as ‘chicken makayas’ production is practiced by the majority of subsistence crop producers in most of Zimbabwe’s rural communal areas serving as a vital food (protein source from meat and eggs) and socio-economic pillar for rural households as it integrates well with crop farming contributing […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1563 Topics: Bird, Developing Country, Economy, Food And Drink, Food Industry, Meat, Productivity

Egg-Eater Snakes as Pets and how to Care for them

Introduction Many snakes eat eggs as part of their regular diet. However, the African egg-eater and the Indian egg-eater species only eat eggs.If you don’t like the idea of feeding rodents to snakes, the egg-eating snake may be the pet for you. African egg-eating snakes are not bred in captivity. The only place to acquire […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1596 Topics: Animals, Bird, Pet

Wild Turkey of Missouri

This month the temperatures are warming up spring is in full effect. April is a good time to get out and enjoy all that nature brings us, all the birds singing and wildlife scurrying around. The wildlife that you see are plentiful. All kinds of birds, squirrels, lizards, snakes, deer and their babies. Among these […]

Pages: 3 Words: 850 Topics: Animals, Bird, Hunting, Natural Environment, Wildlife

Avians and Humans Relationship to Diseases

The birds get diseases by some feeders that has bacteria or old food in it, and if a bug bites them and the bug already had a disease. The most common diseases in birds are salmonellosis, trichomoniasis, aspergillosis, avian pox, and lyme disease. Salmonellosis is mostly common in feeders with bacteria in them. Trichomoniasis is […]

Pages: 2 Words: 540 Topics: Animals, Bird, Epidemiology, Influenza, Microbiology, Viruses

Tragedy of the Commons

In 1968, many believed that a free-market will self- regulate. Individuals will compete with one another, which will benefit the consumers. However, Garrett Hardin believed otherwise. No outside regulations will cause a depletion of the resources. At this time, Hardin created the term “The Tragedy of the Commons”. Tragedy of the Commons describes a problem […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2257 Topics: Bird, Endangered Species, Plant, Poaching, Research, Sustainability, Tiger

Evolution Will be Proved

Creation vs. Evolution has been an argument going on for a long time, and no one knows a definite answer. I believe in the theory of Evolution, why? Simply because all sciences rely on indirect evidence. The problem with using “theory” in the certain situation, instead of an idea, scientists use to as an explanation […]

Pages: 3 Words: 942 Topics: Anatomy, Bird, Evolution, Nature
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