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  • Once Healthy Peregrine Falcon Population
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    Peregrine Falcons: On the road to recovery The peregrine is the world's fastest bird; it can reach over 200 miles as it dives from tall cliffs onto smaller birds (1). It circles high searching for prey and when a smaller bird like a pigeon takes off it plummets to the earth and kills it with razor sharp talons. The Peregrine's identifying characteristics include its large size, long pointed wings and dark mustache set against white cheeks (11). The female has a wingspan of about 4 feet and often...
  • Female Wood Duck
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    Aix Sponsa or the Wood Duck is said to be one of the most beautiful breed of ducks in North America. Just is name, Aix Sponsa, means "The Water Bride". Ever since the first American settlers arrived in the eastern shores of North America people have been mesmerized by the beauty of this colorful animal. But instead of just standing there and marveling at it they hunted and used the Wood Duck as means for survival. This made the Wood Duck one of the most popular games ducks in North America. And ...
  • Library Of Michigan The State Library
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    States. It is one of the nation's leading manufacturing states. Michigan leads in the manufacture of automobiles. Detroit, Michigan's largest city, is called the Automobile Capital of the World and the Motor City. The Detroit area produces more cars and trucks than any other part of the nation. Flint and Lansing also are important auto making centers. Michigan is a leader in food processing and steel production. Service industries, such as health care and retail trade, employ many people in the ...
  • Malthus States
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    Is Overpopulation a Serious Problem? This question seems to be question that is asked quite frequently lately. In the last two centuries, population has skyrocketed. In 1800 the world population was only at 1 billion, and today it's estimated that the world population exceeds six billion people. With overpopulation, many problems have arisen. Some believe that overpopulation is the reason for world hunger, global population will reach crisis proportions by 2050, and some believe that overpopulat...
  • Way In Migration To Colorado
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    Why are people migrating to Colorado? Migration and population growth is on the rise in Colorado especially in the center of the state as well as one of the four of the nation's fastest-growing counties in the 1990's due to many factors. Why is Colorado so popular to migrate to? Many people see the versatility the state is attributed with and how convenient it is for employment. People can live in the lifestyle associated with mountains and wildernesses while at the same time have access to a ci...
  • 7 8 Per 1000 Population Per Year
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    The Philippines and The United States The Philippines and the United States are very two populated place but still very different in many ways. The United States has more job opportunities than the Philippines. So, there more successful people in America today. In the Philippines, the percentage of arable land is 34% mean there is plenty of manufactured goods, clothing, and lumber there. The birth rate is 35.9 per 1,000 population per year. The death rate is 7.8 per 1,000 population per year. In...
  • Increase In Population And High Political Control
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    The land of Mesoamerica changes through time and conflict. Carneiro's theory defines a state as 'an autonomous political unit, encompassing many communities within its territory and having a centralized government with the power to collect taxes, draft men for work or war, and decree and enforce laws. ' ; Carneiro's model of Mesoamerica shows the growth of two states, Uruk and Susa. In Caneiro's theory, the two states follow his philosophy by the book. A slow rise in population also increases th...
  • 3 5 Ths Compromise
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    The Great Compromise: The 3/5 ths Compromise, and Tax The Great Compromise, the 3/5 ths Compromise, and The Bill Of Rightsjustify that the making of the Constitution was a "bundle of compromises". The Great Compromise is the Constitutional Convention's agreement to establish a two-house national legislature, with all states having equal representation in one house and each state having representation based on its population in the other house. To satisfy the smaller states, each state would have...
  • Education In Delaware
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    Delaware Delaware is a really cool state. I say that because there is not a whole-lot of crime there and for country folks it's great because there is a lot of cows and pigs, but there are also a lot of cars there too. It was some rivers and creeks land definition and tons of history, but there isn't very many people there compared to California. Delaware has gained 2 nicknames over the years, The First State and The Diamond State. It got the nickname The First State because it was the first sta...
  • Colonial Elite In A Race For Land
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    The United States vs. Mexico After an eleven-year war to free itself from Spanish colonial control, Mexico had won but in a sense lost greatly. In 1821, she had to begin the long struggle to rebuild an economic, social, and political stability for the huge mass it now controlled. This area included present day Mexico and what is now known as Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, California and part of Colorado. "The new republic became submerged in a "system of institutionalized disorder" th...
  • Country Needs Population Growth In Order
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    Every day thousands of people want to come to the United States for a better life. The United States is known for giving people a chance for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. However many find that the dream is much easier dreamt than a reality in the making. For people born outside of the United States the first step to making that dream come true is to immigrate. That is where, for many, the dream comes to an abrupt halt. This is where they can make or break their dream. Before anyo...
  • States With Many Slaves
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    Though the Americans had claimed victory over Britain in the American Revolution, the most difficult task was yet to come. Statesmen and delegates gathered to decide the future of the new nation. However, the delegates were torn over how this new nation should be organized. In 1777, all of the thirteen states ratified a new document called the Articles of Confederation, which, among other things, established thirteen sovereign states -- with their own governments and rights -- and one weak centr...
  • Alaska
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    In this report I will be writing about different topics of Alaska. They are: Alaskan cities, Alaskan History, and Physical makeup of Alaska. Some Alaskan cities are: Juneau, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Sitka. Juneau is Alaska's capital. The population of Juneau is 19,528. Juneau covers 3,108 square miles. Anchorage has the largest population of 174,431. Fairbanks population is 22,645, and Sitka's population is 7,803. Alaska was part of Russia until William H. Seward bought Alaska in March 30, 1867...

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