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Odermatt wins Birds of Prey super-G; Canadian surprising 3rd

The Herald Bulletin 03 Dec 2021
BEAVER CREEK, Colo. (AP) — Marco Odermatt charged precisely where he needed to charge along the challenging super-G course. The Swiss racer took chances only where he knew he could ... .
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Suspected bird flu case detected in Co Tyrone

The Independent 03 Dec 2021
There have also been a number of confirmed cases of notifiable bird flu in wild birds across Northern Ireland. .
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Scientists create headless flying robot bird that can perch on branches and carry objects

The Independent 03 Dec 2021
Engineers at Stanford University have built a robotic bird to understand how birds are able to fly and perch on branches ... It can also catch a dummy, a bean bag, and a tennis ball. .
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Birds of Prey - Black Canary - La Palma Hints

Bitchute 03 Dec 2021
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Gujarat Man Gets Unique Card For Son's Wedding, It Turns Into Bird's Nest

News18 03 Dec 2021
This square box-like card has received a lot of appreciation from the people, who loved the idea. .
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Clawed robot mimics bird landing and perching

The Engineer 03 Dec 2021
3D printed structures mimic bones, while motors and fishing line replicate the bird’s muscles and tendons ... “It’s not easy to mimic how birds fly and perch,” said William Roderick, a graduate student from the labs of Stanford University engineers Mark Cutkosky and David Lentink.
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Odermatt wins Birds of Prey super-G; Canadian surprising third

Aspen Times 03 Dec 2021
Switzerland's Marco Odermatt reacts after finishing his run during a men's World Cup super-G skiing race Thursday, Dec ... Odermatt is quickly turning into one to watch with the Beijing Olympics two months away, gliding through the steep and sun-drenched Birds of Prey course Thursday to capture his second World Cup victory of the young season ... .
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The 25 Best Children’s Books of 2021

New York Times 03 Dec 2021
The most notable picture, middle grade and young adult books of the year, selected by The Times’s children’s books editor ... .
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Shop manager who stood up to ‘world’s worst customer’ wins unfair dismissal claim

The Daily Telegraph 03 Dec 2021
As every good shopkeeper knows, the customer is always right. But, an employment tribunal has ruled that does not apply when the “world’s worst customer” shouts and swears before demanding staff step outside for a fight ... The customer launched into a tirade of foul-mouthed insults before demanding a refund as he became “increasingly aggressive” ... Save ... .
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December birds: 3 little birds

Belgrade News 02 Dec 2021
Among the year-round resident species of this area are three common little birds — a chickadee, a finch, and a lark. These are Passeriformes, perching birds ... John James Audubon called it a Black-cap Titmouse and said that it is the most common bird in the regions of the fur trade.
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Chasing off bad birds became father's passion during bird-feeding season

Herald Mail 02 Dec 2021
Dad would fill the bird feeders, hit up the local grocer for an enormous and vaguely obscene looking hank of suet, and set out various other songbird incentives from peanut butter to fruit ... In our house, bird-feeding season was war. There were certain species that were allowed at the feeder and certain birds that were not.
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Bird's Eye View: Cats and birds don’t mix

Winston-Salem Journal 02 Dec 2021
Chipmunks were regular victims, too, along with Carolina wrens, cardinals, white-throated sparrows and other birds ... Fish and Wildlife Service, published in 2013, found that free-roaming housecats — feral cats and household pets that are allowed outside all or part of the time — kill 1.4 to 3.7 billion birds each year in the U.S.
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Six Australian birds you may never have heard of … and may not be heard ...

The Guardian 02 Dec 2021
A landmark study has found one in six Australian birds are now threatened ... The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2020 (released this week by CSIRO Publishing ) bandies a lot of names of ...
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