Free Essays on If I Were A Bird

  1. my life

    If I were the red angry bird, I could… Instead of giving someone a mean look. If I were the yellow angry bird, I could… Instead of saying mean words. If I were the Black angry bird, I could… Instead of screaming. If I were the White angry bird, I could… Instead of throwing...

  2. Native Birds Nz

    Observations Of New Zealand Native And Non-Native Birds In Relation To Vegetation Type. Abstract New Zealand’s landscape has changed extensively since the arrival of humans. Now, native and non-native species of both flora and fauna co-exist. People enjoy having wildlife around them and in recent...

  3. Evolution Lab Report

    I investigate the finch’s beak. Beak size is a trait that affects survival. Birds with small beaks are more efficient at utilizing small soft seeds whereas birds with large beaks are better at utilizing large hard seeds. Therefore, when more small seeds available, birds with small beaks would have a...

  4. Predator and Prey

    shoot! This was my first time hunting and I was very nervous and scared. I went hunting when I was ten years old for the first time with family and friends. We were hunting in Palmdale for quail in the fields and mountains. I have been shooting a few times, but I was old enough to get my license and go...

  5. Comparison of Myna (Acridotheres tristis/Acridotheres fuscus) Behavior and Abundance in American Samoa with Different Environmental Conditions

    are known to be two of the world’s worst invasive bird species. The mynas pose an impact to biodiversity, agriculture, and human interests. The two species of mynas have spread to Tutuila, American Samoa where they compete with our native species. I will examine how myna behavior and abundance vary in...

  6. 3 little things

    strange bird in a bush. It was very small. But it had very beautiful and colorful features. Its voice was also very sweet. Chulong had never seen such a bird in his life. He slowly went near the bush unseen. He caught the bird. Now the bird began to speak.  “Why have you caught me?” the bird asked.  ...

  7. If I Was Bird

     If I were a bird! As a little bird-maybe a nightingale or an innocent dove-if I were born on this earth, I would have been very happy. As a nightingale, I would be adored by the people for my sweet songs. I would have built my tiny nest on the top branch of a tree. My nest would give shelter to me...

  8. Desert Biological Report

    Methods Dates & Times: February 3rd and 4th the data was collected. On the 3rd I went to the park to collect my data for regarding these birds in the wild and on the 4th I collected my info about the birds living in residential areas. Both days the data was collected between 3:00 and 4:30 in...

  9. Trifles

    wait in the kitchen. During their conversation they start trifling over the disarray of a few minor things, and stumble upon the evidence that the men were looking for. The investigation of John Wright’s murder involves careless technique, subtle symbolism, and a contrast between male and female egos....

  10. Birds Attraction to Colors

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  11. Biology

    Hypothesis If there are native and non-native birds in this habitat, then there will be more native birds because these native birds live in wetlands, and strive in this ecosystem. Procedure Independent Variable: Habitat/conditions Dependent Variable: Number of birds Constant: Location (Pouhala Marsh) ...

  12. Flying Free

    In-depth look at birds as symbols in The Awakening [in his….] Langston Hughes wrote, “Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged-bird that cannot fly.” This is reminiscent of Edna Pontellier from Kate Chopin’s novel The Awakening, who herself is a ‘broken-wingéd bird’. Kate Chopin’s...

  13. An interpretation of Sympathy (By Paul Dunbar)

    Dunbar I KNOW what the caged bird feels, alas! When the sun is bright on the upland slopes; When the wind stirs soft through the springing grass, And the river flows like a stream of glass; When the first bird sings and the first bud opes, And the faint perfume from its chalice steals -- I know what...

  14. Bird

    *Bird a *Fine Movie “The Life and Death of Charlie Parker” By: James Hart MUS 201, Section 02 Location: Chamisa Apartments I thought the movie was very good for the reason that it gave me anin depth look into one of the best saxophone players of the jazz era. The movie stayed pretty true to his...

  15. Poetry

    - Literature Notes Not always sure what things called sins may be, I am sure of one sin I have done. It was years ago, and I was a boy, I lay in the 1.frost flowers with a gun, 2.the air ran blue as the flowers; I held my breath, 2.two birds on golden legs slim as dream things 2.ran like quick silver on...

  16. The Birds: Comparisions between story and movie

    been attacked by birds? I have. I was at the beach feeding bread crumbs to the seagulls, when I dropped the bag. The bread crumbs spilled everywhere and tens of birds swooped down around me. They practically formed a wall of feathers and flapping sounds. Luckily though, those birds weren't trying to...

  17. the birds

    on either side. Then, at midday, he would pause and eat the meat pie his wife had baked for him and, sitting on the cliff’s edge, watch the birds. In autumn great flocks of them came to the peninsula, restless, uneasy, spending themselves in motion; now wheeling, circling the sky; now...

  18. Forgive My Guilt

    March 18, 1892 at Brunswick, Maine. Robert won the Pulitzer Prize for his poem “Strange Holiness” in 1936. His poems were based on New England farm and his voyage life. His poems were committed to cheerful acts for the world. Sadly Robert died on January 20, 1955 at Portland, Maine. In the poem “Forgive...

  19. The Effects of Cryptic Versus Non-Cryptic Eggs on Predation Rate of Ground-Nesting Birds

    Effects of Cryptic versus Non-cryptic Eggs on Predation Rate of Ground-nesting Birds BSC2011L Title Determining the effect of cryptic, brown eggs versus non-cryptic, white eggs on the predation rate of ground-nesting bird species. Abstract Various interactions occur between organisms. Predation is...

  20. Trying to Survive

    B Block<br> "The Birds" Essay Imagine, you are walking to your house from your bus stop on a sunny afternoon. All of a sudden, a large group of birds swoop down and attack. The birds just keep attacking and try to peck at your ears and poke out your eyes. They are trying to kill you,...

  21. Trifles

    Wright's motive. Ironically, the men thought these things were insignificant to the murder case. The setting portrayed through these symbols the life of Minnie Wright, which she struggled through from an abusive husband. Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters were able to evaluate the clues around the kitchen and find...

  22. Birds

    BIRDS I’ll never forget the time I took care of birds. They have so much to take care of such as husbandry, nutrition, and illnesses. I am terrified of birds and I didn’t want to take care of them. I thought it would be a great opportunity to get over my fear. A friend of mine was going on vacation...

  23. Trifles 2

    symbolism to help the audience understand why Mrs. Wright, a countrywoman, “craftily” killed her husband. Glaspell uses the farmhouse, singing canary bird and the quilt to symbolize the lonely and abusive life of Mrs. Wright. The author gives the women characters vital roles in the play. Mrs. Peters and...

  24. A.D Hope - Death of a Bird

    language to construct meaning in “Death of the Bird”? In “Death of the Bird”, Death is the central image, projected from the numerous sensual metaphors used through the poem. AD Hope uses the metaphorical journey or the last migration of the bird to represent death. Death is seen as the end of...

  25. Death of a bird

    used language to construct meaning in “Death of the Bird”? In “Death of the Bird”, Death is the central image, projected from the numerous sensual metaphors used through the poem. AD Hope uses the metaphorical journey or the last migration of the bird to represent death. Death is seen as the end of life...

  26. Maya Angelou and the "Caged Bird"

    In "Caged Bird," Maya Angelou uses the metaphors in her poems to contrast the characteristics of a caged and free bird. In my perspective, a caged bird is more of a person that is timid and afraid to do things. They do not have any confidence or courage to try something new. Instead of seeking...

  27. AMND

    the text. Not always sure what things called sins may be, I am sure of one sin I have done. It was years ago, and I was a boy, I lay in the 1.frost flowers with a gun, 2.the air ran blue as the flowers; I held my breath, 2.two birds on golden legs slim as dream things 2.ran like quick silver on...

  28. Both Flocks of Birds

    large flock of birds, but the way they describe their observations are very different. The first passage by John James Audubon was pretty dull in my opinion. The second passage by Annie Dillard had more words with emotion to grab the reader’s attention. In the following paragraphs I will talk about...

  29. Bird Flu

    Bird flu…losses, deaths, and more Suddenly, an epidemic called "bird flu" hit many countries in the world, causing serious damages in many aspects, especially in economics and society. Thousands of birds were assassinated, and about 200 people worldwide got infected and died. Many people...

  30. Essay

    If I were a bird If I were a bird, I would like to be one of the small species, cute and beautiful. I would love to be a tiny maina who is beautiful, tiny and above all, it is a bird that man can keep as a pet. I would love to stay with men, study their ways and enjoy their company. This I would be...