"Bird Santuary Sarojini Naidu" Essays and Research Papers

  • Bird Santuary Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu Sarojini Naidu, also known by the sobriquet as The Nightingale of India, Naidu was born in 13 February 1879 in Hyderabad to a Bengali Hindu Kulin Brahmin family of Agorenath Chattopadhyay and Barada Sundari Devi. Her father was a doctor of science from Edinburgh University, settled in Hyderabad State, where he founded and administered the Ahmadabad College, which later became the Nizam's College in Ahmadabad. Her mother was a poetess baji and used to write poetry in Bengali. Sarojini...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence movement 1638  Words | 5  Pages

  • sarojini naidu

    Sarojini Naidu Essay - Naidu, Sarojini Naidu, Sarojini Introduction Naidu, Sarojini 1879-1949 Indian poet, lecturer, and politician. Naidu is remembered as a virtuoso of English metrical forms and romantic imagery in her poetry, which she wrote in English. Her mastery of such difficult poetic constructs as the dactylic prompted the English writers Edmund Gosse and Arthur Symons to praise her work widely and develop friendships with her. Equally concerned with India's freedom movement and...

    India, Indian independence movement, Indian National Congress 807  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    Edmund Gosse says in his introduction to Sarojini Naidu’s The Bird of Time (1912) : What we wished to receive was not a rechauffe of Anglo-Saxon sentiment in an Anglo-Saxon setting, but some revelation of the heart of India, some sincere penetrating analysis of native passion, of the principles of antique religion and of such mysterious intimations as stirred the soul of the East long before the West had begun to dream that it had a soul. ( “Introduction” The Bird of Time ) Such a revelation of the...

    Culture of India, India, Jainism 1131  Words | 3  Pages

  • ESSAY ON SAROJINI NAIDU

    Sarojini Naidu was one of the most prominent leaders of India's freedom struggle. Born on February 13, 1879 in Hyderabad. Her poems were beautiful and lyrical. Her collection of poems "Golden Threshold" "The Bird of Time" , "The Broken Wings" "Feast of Youth etc. she was given the nickname - the "Nightingale of India" were admired by Rabindranath Tagore and Jawaharlal Nehru. she met Shree Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Gandhi and was influenced by them. Sarojini worked whole-heartedly...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence movement 1304  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu, also known by the sobriquet The Nightingale of India, was a child prodigy, Indian independence activist and poet. Naidu was one of the framers of the Indian Constitution. Naidu is the second Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress and the first woman to become the Governor of Uttar Pradesh state. Her birthday is celebrated as Women's Day all over India. Early Life She was born in Hyderabad to a Bengali Hindu Kulin Brahmin family to Agorenath Chattopadhyay...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence activists 698  Words | 2  Pages

  • sarojini naidu

    a black n white photograph Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949), the 'Nightingale of India,' is remem­bered as a leading woman nationalist leader of India's political struggle for independence. Born in 1879 as Sarojini Chattopadhyay and one of the brightest students in school, she blossomed into a writer of passionate verses on a variety of themes. Her works on poetry are The Golden Threshold, published in 1905; The Feather of the Dawn; The Bird of Time, published in 1912, and The Broken Wing, published...

    India, Indian independence activists, Indian independence movement 6045  Words | 24  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Sarojini Naidu Sarojini Naidu in Bombay (now Mumbai), 1946 Born Sarojini Chattopadhyaya(সরোজিনী চট্টোপাধ্যায়) 13 February 1879 Hyderabad, Hyderabad State, India Died 2 March 1949 (aged 70) Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India Occupation Poet, writer, social activist Nationality Indian Alma mater King's College London Girton College, Cambridge Spouse(s) Dr. Muthyala Govindarajulu Children Jayasurya...

    Andhra Pradesh, British Raj, Hyderabad State 1841  Words | 9  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    ------------------------------------------------- Sarojini Naidu Sarojini Naidu, also known by the sobriquet The Nightingale of India, was a child prodigy, Indian independence activist and poet. Naidu was one of the framers of the Indian Constitution. Naidu was the first Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress and the first woman to become the Governor of Uttar Pradesh state. Her birthday is celebrated as Women's Day all over India. Contents * 1 Early Life * 2 Education...

    British Raj, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Hyderabad State 304  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu was one of the most prominent leaders of India's freedom struggle. Born on February 13, 1879 in Hyderabad, Sarojini was the eldest daughter of Varasundari and Dr. Aghornath Chattopadhyaya, who was a scientist and founder-principal of Nizam College of Hyderabad. Her mother Varasundari was a Bengali poetess. Sarojini's father aspired for her to become a mathematician or scientist, but young Sarojini was drawn towards poetry from a very early age. Seeing her flair for poetry, her father...

    Bengali people, Girton College, Cambridge, India 483  Words | 2  Pages

  • Water as a Frenemy in the Coromandel Fisher by Sarojini Naidu

    WATER PORTRAYED AS A FRENEMY IN SAROJINI NAIDU’S COROMANDEL FISHERS Sarojini Naidu (13 February, 1879 - March 2, 1949) also known as “The Nightingale of India” was a child prodigy, Indian Independence activist and poet. Naidu was a source of inspiration for all the freedom fighters and was one of the framers of the Constitution. She was the first woman to become The President of Indian National Congress and it is her birthday that is celebrated as Women’s Day all over India. She began writing...

    India, Indian independence activists, Indian National Congress 1358  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    ------------------------------------------------- Sarojini Naidu, also known by the sobriquet The Nightingale of India,[1] was a child prodigy, Indian independence activist and poet. Naidu was one of the framers of the Indian Constitution. Naidu was the first Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress[2] and the first woman to become the Governor of Uttar Pradesh state.[3] Her birthday is celebrated as Women's Day all over India. ------------------------------------------------- [ Early Life [edit] Naidu Hyderabad...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence activists 568  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu Sarojini was born in Hyderabad on 13 February, 1879. Her father’s, Name was Ghorenath Chattopadhyay & her mother's name was Varada Sundari. From her early years, Sarojini showed signs of her extraordinary talent. Sarojini passed the Matriculation Examination at the age of twelve. In 1895, Sarojini was sent by her father to King's College, London, and Girton, Cambridge for higher education. In 1898, Sarojini married Dr. Govinda Rajulu Naidu of Andhra Pradesh. In 1902...

    Andhra Pradesh, Civil disobedience, Delhi 334  Words | 2  Pages

  • Ghanshyam by Sarijuni Naidu

    Sutapa Chaudhuri: ‘Radha Poems of Sarojini Naidu’ Kerala Mural- Krishna Gopikas: Painting by Manuj Brahmapaad The Radha poems of Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949), through their depiction of Radha's love for the Divine Beloved, worshipped as a worldly lover, Ghanashyam, forcefully delineate and critique the traditional Indian concepts of love and woman's destiny. Through the depiction of Radha and her overwhelming love for Krishna, Naidu covertly negotiates and sculpts the concepts of womanhood in...

    Bhakti, Divinity, Hare Krishna 2139  Words | 4  Pages

  • Birds

    Birds The earliest birds of which we have any record were descended from reptiles and lived about a hundred and thirty million years ago. These first birds had tails like lizards and teeth in their jaws. Over a period of many millions of years, the wings developed at the expense of the tail and the teeth disappeared. Thus birds as we know the today have evolved. They now differ very much from reptiles and it is only because of the research of zoologists one hundred years ago, that they were...

    Bird, Bird migration, Chicken 944  Words | 3  Pages

  • birds

     The 20 Most Brilliantly Colored Birds in the World Birds are the only animals with feathers. All have feathers and most birds can fly. It is the possession f feathers, not the ability to fly, that distinguishes birds from other animals. There are about 10,000 species of birds from all over the world. Here are 20 of the world's most colorful birds. 1.  Golden Pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus) The golden pheasant of Asia is a brilliantly colored game bird. It is native to forests in mountainous...

    Baltimore Oriole, Bird, Birds kept as pets 1098  Words | 5  Pages

  • the birds

    upon us. These things are things I would never wish on someone. The birds have just come through the children’s bedroom. With great rage they have went for there eyes and hand. The only thing I could do was fight. They came in swarms at me as I moved into the bedroom. The only thing I had to protect myself was the towel in my hand, and as I fought them back with my towel they went for my eyes. I am lucky I can still see. With the birds now dead in bunches on the floor I cant stop thinking about why they...

    Attack!, Bird, Gull 1221  Words | 3  Pages

  • bird by bird

     BIRD BY BIRD In the book Bird By Bird by Anne Lamott, the author takes the reader through a crash course in writing a story. I found the book helpful in many ways. However, I also found a plethora of information that I will never use and didn’t need to read. Instead of giving tips on how to write college papers, which is what I was looking for, the author went in depth about the life of an author. The three most important things I took from this book were; the importance of getting things...

    Paper, Writer, Writing 1220  Words | 3  Pages

  • Birds The Owl And The Oven Bird

    and Frost both write about birds. Compare and contrast two poems, one by each poet, taking account of the methods (the situation of the speaker, and the form, structure and language, including imagery and tones) which each poet uses to write about birds. Both Edward Thomas and Robert Frost write about birds in their poems ‘The Owl’ and ‘The Oven Bird’. ‘The Oven Bird’ by Robert Frost was written in 1916 and published in the Mountain Interval. It is a poem about an Oven Bird who sits on a tree on a...

    Bird, Poetry, Rhyme 1115  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sarojini Naidu's Role in Freedom Strruggle

    Nightingale of India".  Sarojini Naidu was born on February 13, 1879 in Hyderabad National Movement Sarojini Naidu was moved by the partition of Bengal in 1905 and decided to join the Indian freedom struggle. She met regularly with Gopal Krishna Gokhale, who later introduced her to the stalwarts of the Indian freedom movement. She met Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, C. P. Ramaswami Iyer and Muhammad Ali Jinnah. With such an encouraging environment, Sarojini later moved on to become...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence movement 313  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Literature

    Creator also seems to be "real". As one would notice, in the last lines of the hymn of creation doubts have been raised about the real creation of this world. Biography of Sarojini Naidu Saroji Naidu also known by the sobriquet The Nightingale of India, was a child prodigy, Indian independence activist and poet. Naidu was the first Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress and the first woman to become the Governor of Uttar Pradesh state. was a great patriot, politician...

    Hindi, India, Indian National Congress 1864  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Origin of Birds

    The Origin of Birds For as long as cohesive evolutionary theories have been in place, the heated debate regarding the origin of birds and their relationship to dinosaurs has raged on. After the 1860s birds have been hypothesized as being closely related to an ample assortment of extant and extinct reptile lineages. These include a diversity of basal archosaurs and archosauromorphs, pterosaurs, crocodylomorphs (including modern crocodylians and their Mesozoic relatives), and various theropod ornithischian...

    Archaeopteryx, Bird, Coelurosauria 1915  Words | 6  Pages

  • Bird Flu

    Bird Flu Kimberley Villegas Montoya HCS245 December 4, 2012 Cindy Miller Bird Flu In this paper I am going to talked about what is the bird flu, how do humans get the bird flu, how can people catch the bird flu from another person, has the bird flu been seen in the United States, what are the signs and symptoms of the bird flu in humans and is there a bird flu vaccine and treatment. Bird flu, or avian influenza, is a viral infection spread from bird to bird. Currently, a particularly deadly...

    Avian influenza, Global spread of H5N1, Human flu 1028  Words | 3  Pages

  • Angry Birds

    The Angry Birds characters have been referenced in television programs throughout the world. The Israeli comedy show Eretz Nehederet (in English: a Wonderful Country), one of the nation's most popular TV programs, satirized recent failed Israeli-Palestinian peace attempts by featuring the Angry Birds in peace negotiations with the pigs. Clips of the segment went viral, getting viewers from all around the world. The sketch received favorable coverage from a variety of independent blogs such as digitaltrends...

    2010 Formula One season, 2011, Amusement park 1526  Words | 4  Pages

  • Birds Essya

    Melanie’s Experience in Bodega Bay Tweet Tweet! Caw Caw!! In the movie, “Birds”, by Alfred Hitchcock, the birds are attacking because Melanie Daniel’s location defines when and where the birds attack. The birds begin acting strange upon her arrival, and there are behavior changes at her stay. When leaving Bodega Bay, the birds become normal again. The birds first develops nascence and start attacking Melanie Daniels when she first arrives at Bodega Bay. Before she arrives to the small town, Melanie...

    Alfred Hitchcock, Attack, Attack! 1307  Words | 6  Pages

  • Bird Sanctuary

    Vedanthankal Lake Bird Sanctuary (Tamil: வேடந்தாங்கல் பறவைகள் சரணாலயம்) is a 30-hectare (74 acres) sanctuary located in the Kancheepuram District of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The sanctuary is about 75 kilometres (47 mi) from Chennai on National Highway 45 (NH45) south of Chengalpattu. Vedanthangal is a home for migratory birds, such as pintail, garganey, grey wagtail, blue-winged teal, common sandpiper and some more.[1] Vedanthangal is about one and half hour journey from Chennai. It is one...

    India, Kerala, Shiva 802  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird and Hawks

    Major Groups of the Animal The major group that hawks belong to is the bird group. Hawks have wings and feathers to fly. Which all are characteristics of birds. The hawk has eyes on the sides of its head so it can see all around, similar to a normal bird. The differences between the hawk and other birds is that the hawk is a bird of prey. “Birds of prey” or raptors make their living by hunting, killing, and consuming live animals. They are at the top of the ecological food...

    Bird, Bird of prey, Birds of prey 1331  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Birds Movie

    ------------------------------------------------- The Birds from Wikipedia ------------------------------------------------- The Birds is a 1963 suspense/horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, loosely based on the 1952 story "The Birds" by Daphne du Maurier. It depicts Bodega Bay, California, which is, suddenly and for unexplained reasons, the subject of a series of widespread and violent bird attacks over the course of a few days. The film was billed as 'introducing' Tippi Hedren. It also...

    Alfred Hitchcock, Attack, Attack! 806  Words | 3  Pages

  • Caged Bird

    How do we know which season the poet describes? A. The season is spring, seen in the springing grass, first bird, first bud. Note the simile here, which helps us picture the pastoral scene which the bird so desperately wishes to join. What figure of speech describes the flower? A. The poet refers to the fragrance of a flower as it opens. He uses a metaphor to compare the flower to a goblet. What type of figurative language is used here? A. The poet uses personification, “cruel bars,” attributing...

    Analogy, Literature, Metaphor 857  Words | 4  Pages

  • summary the birds

    Plot summary the birds Set in a small Cornish seaside town on December the third, there is a sudden change in weather from autumn to winter. A war veteran, Nat Hocken, living in the town and working part time for a farm owner notices a large number of birds behaving strangely along the peninsula where his family lives. He attributes this to the sudden arrival of winter. That night, he hears a tapping on his bedroom window and encounters a bird. This bird has only drawn blood on Nat's hand, but...

    Attack, Attack!, Bird 2313  Words | 6  Pages

  • Birds Habitat

    Introduction A habitat is a bird’s home, and many birds are choosy. Narrow down your list by keeping in mind where you are. Identifying birds quickly and correctly is all about probability. By knowing what’s likely to be seen you can get a head start on recognizing the birds you run into. And when you see a bird you weren’t expecting, you’ll know to take an extra look. Habitat is both the first and last question to ask yourself when identifying a bird. Ask it first, so you know what you’re likely to...

    American Birding Association, American sparrow, Bird 935  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird Lab

    explored  natural  selection  using  a  laboratory.  We  wanted  to  see  what  was  the  effect  of  the  type  of  food  available  on  the  frequency  of  different  types  of  bird  beaks.  Our  hypothesis  was  that  If the type of the food available changes,  then the frequency of  beak  types  will  change,  because  birds  with  beaks  more  suited  to  the  available  food  will  be  more  successful over time.  Variables:  Independent Variable: type of food available  Dependent Variable: frequency of each type (size and shape) of beak ...

    Albatross, Beak, Bird 432  Words | 3  Pages

  • Angry Birds

    Introduction Angry Birds, as a strategy puzzle mobile game developed by Finnish computer game developer Rovio Mobile, has now become worldwide. As a great successful game, first developed for Apple's iOS and then transplanted to other touch screen-based smart phones. In this series, from the viewpoint of a mobile developer, I want to try to find out some of the how-toes by developing a similar game that runs on the Android operating system using the Game Maker Studio. In early 2009, Finland based...

    App Store, Apple Inc., Google 811  Words | 3  Pages

  • Birds Essay

    cannot stick to the core theme of the story. Although Maurier’s “The Birds” and Hitchcock’s The Birds have similar plot structures, the short story version is more entertaining because of lack of romance, more concise beginning, and ambiguous ending. There is a gathering of external plot points added to The Birds film. For starters, The Birds is more of a romance movie with some bird conflict along the way whereas “The Birds” short story focuses more on the suspense aspect of the plot. Since...

    2007 films, Alfred Hitchcock, Daphne du Maurier 954  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird Songs

    Jessica Fish Dr. Susan Shelangoskie ENG 302 24 February 2013 Bird Songs During the romantic period, many writers looked to nature for inspiration when creating new literary works; Shelley and Keats were no exception. In fact, Shelley’s “To a Skylark” and Keats’ “Ode to a Nightingale” are relative to one another because of their overall theme of nature, and their relation to the conventions of Romanticism. Both Shelley and Keats, in these works being examined, were inspired by nature and it’s...

    Bird, John Keats, Mary Shelley 914  Words | 3  Pages

  • Conference of the Birds

    The Conference of the Birds Facets of Persian literature, namely their poetry, resonate in the writings from nearby regions such as India and Central Asia. Even more remarkable though, elements of Persian works are even found in Western literature, specifically English, German, and Swedish. Considering the influence Persian literature has had on literature around the world, it is worth examining these works in a World Literature English class. In particular, this paper will give reasons as...

    Fiction, Islam, Literature 737  Words | 3  Pages

  • the jew bird

    will be able to read, enjoy and learn from. Comments by other ppl The most interesting, and the most outwardly supernatural or fantastical, story was The Jewbird. A ragged, crow-like bird seeks refuge with a family while running from some “Anti-Semeets”. Generally, I got the impression that the bird was supposed to be the old Jewish grandfather that the grandkids really like but the adults just tolerate and have to take care of. They don’t treat him very well, especially the father, even...

    Bernard Malamud, Bird, Columbia University alumni 1594  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Golden Bird

    The Golden Bird A certain king had a beautiful garden, and in the garden stood a tree which bore golden apples. These apples were always counted, and about the time when they began to grow ripe it was found that every night one of them was gone. The king became very angry at this, and ordered the gardener to keep watch all night under the tree. The gardener set his eldest son to watch; but about twelve o’clock he fell asleep, and in the morning another of the apples was missing. Then the second...

    Horse, Son, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 2531  Words | 5  Pages

  • Bird Watching

    watching birds. It is a popular hobby. Someone who does this is called a birdwatcher or birder. These two words mean the same thing, but people who spend a lot of their time watching birds, taking their hobby seriously, are more likely to call themselves “birders”, while “birdwatchers” may just be people who like watching birds when they happen to go for a walk. Both birdwatchers and birders are usually amateurs. The scientific study of birds is called ornithology. People who study birds as a profession...

    American Birding Association, American Ornithologists' Union, Big year 687  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tea with the Birds

    with the birds The human being is a social creature with an essential need to socialize, but in our modern society many people feel that they are isolated and lonely in a world surrounded by people. The people of modern society are prejudice and judgmental towards the ‘unknown’ person, and we will rather observe and assume things about each other than getting to know one another. This is also the case for the main character and her neighbors in Joanne Harris novel ‘Tea with the birds’ from 2001...

    Bird, Caffeine, Green tea 1136  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird Song

    The central Bird Song Solo was the first section choreographed and then it mirrors as it grows (except no second diagonal) The Order of Bird Song Infinite Monkeys Four Corners 1 Diagonal Snake 1 Muybridge 1 Gill Clarke Solo 1 Four Musical Lines 1 Improvisation 1 Bird Song Central Solo Improvisation 2 Four Musical Lines 2 Gill Clarke Solo 2 Muybridge 2 Snake 2 Four Corners 2 Ending – Final Solo You will be studying the sections ‘Bird Song Central...

    Bird, Choreography, Dance 1149  Words | 6  Pages

  • Bird Flu

    Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) An influenza pandemic is a global outbreak of disease that occurs when a new influenza A virus appears or "emerges" in the human population, causes serious illness, and then spreads easily from person to person worldwide. Pandemics are different from seasonal outbreaks or "epidemics" of influenza. Seasonal outbreaks are caused by subtypes of influenza viruses that are already in existence among people, whereas pandemic outbreaks are caused by new subtypes or by subtypes...

    Avian influenza, Global spread of H5N1, Influenza 1508  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fitcher's Bird

    In the fairytale Fitcher’s Bird, a sorcerer disguises himself as an old beggar and kidnaps beautiful girls. One day, the sorcerer discovers a house with a man who has three beautiful daughters. After kidnapping the eldest daughter, the sorcerer tests her fidelity and obedience by handing her an egg and a set of keys. The daughter is allowed to explore the house, but she is forbidden to enter one room of the house or lose the egg. The eldest daughter succumbs to her curiosity and enters the room...

    American films, Black-and-white films, Chris O'Donnell 1149  Words | 3  Pages

  • Birds of Assam

    Of all the Indian mynas, the Gold-crested Myna is probably the most mysterious. Very rarely has this bird been sighted within Indian limits. Very little is known to the general public of its whereabouts, though it is regularly found in other countries like Thailand and Myanmar. Baya Weaver / Tukura The Baya Weaver is a weaverbird found across South and Southeast Asia. Flocks of these birds are found in grasslands, cultivated areas, scrub and secondary growth and they are best known for their...

    Assam, Bird, Birds of Bangladesh 520  Words | 3  Pages

  • Love Birds

    they need for constant activity. In your Lovebirds cage, you should provide perches where they can comfortably stand, and work as their exercise. You must provide them a lot of toys to prevent them from boredom and stress. They love cage mirrors, bird swings and cage ladders. Also keep a cuttle bone in your Lovebirds cage at all times as a beak conditioner and good addition for your list. Lovebirds need a variety of foods to keep them healthy. You might want to add to your Lovebirds care list,...

    Bird, Cage, Lovebird 1260  Words | 4  Pages

  • Wealth and Bird

    Instructor: Melissa Dowd December 10th, 2013 Caged Bird---this essay is talking about the differences of being caged and being free. The author uses a lot of descriptive words to let the readers feel the story that the author is trying to tell. I truly do like the way the author uses descriptive words allow me to use my imagination to see the story in its entirety. I can close my eyes and see the how the bird looks and feels from the amazing usage of descriptive words the author...

    Capital accumulation, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou 1008  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Cassowary Bird

    The Cassowary Bird A cassowary is the name for a large, flightless, and strange looking bird that lives in the tropical forests of Australia and New Guinea. Cassowaries come from the ratite group, and there are three species: Southern Cassowary/Double-wattled cassowary of Australia and New Guinea, Dwarf Cassowary of New Guinea and New Britain, and the Northern Cassowary of New Guinea. The genus and species of the cassowary is Casuarius casuarius. The order the cassowary is from is the Struthioniformes...

    Cassowary, Casuariidae, Casuarius 1057  Words | 3  Pages

  • Goa birds

    Goan Birds 1 orange-headed thrush The orange-headed thrush is 205–235 milliimetres (8.1–9.25 in) long[7] and weighs 47–60 grammes (1.7–2.1 oz). The adult male of the nominate subspecies of this small thrush has an entirely orange head and underparts, uniformly grey upperparts and wings, and white median and undertail coverts. It has a slate-coloured bill and the legs and feet have brown fronts and pink or yellowish rears.[3] The female resembles the male but has browner or more olive upperparts...

    Bird, Birds of Asia, Birds of Bangladesh 1914  Words | 11  Pages

  • Bird in Hand

    The Bird-In-The-Hand Theory The essence of the bird-in-the-hand theory of dividend policy (advanced by John Litner in 1962 and Myron Gordon in 1963) is that shareholders are risk-averse and prefer to receive dividend payments rather than future capital gains. Shareholders consider dividend payments to be more certain that future capital gains – thus a “bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush”. Gorden contended that the payment of current dividends “resolves...

    Dividend, Finance, Gordon model 688  Words | 3  Pages

  • Birds and Animals

    The Barbary partridge (Alectoris barbara) has a reddish brown rather than black collar with a grey throat and face with a chestnut crown.[6] Other common names of this bird include Chukker (sometimes spelled as 'Chuker' or 'Chukor'), Indian Chukar and Keklik. Name : Eagle Eagle is a common name for some members of the bird family Accipitridae; it belongs to several genera that are not necessarily closely related to each other. Most of the more than sixty species of eagles occur in Eurasia and...

    Alectoris, Eagle, Eagles 967  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird and Synergy

    weaknesses. Have you ever seen a flock of geese heading south for the winter flying along in a V-formation? Scientists have learned some amazing things about why they fly that way: By flying in a formation the whole flock can fly 71% further than if each bird flew alone when a goose flaps its wings it creates an updraft for the goose that follows. As the lead goose gets tired he will rotate to the back and allow other goose to take the lead position. Whenever a goose falls out of formation it immediately...

    Anatidae, Animorphs, Anseriformes 548  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird in the House

    REVISED Vanessa: Distressed Female In Margaret Laurence’s A Bird in the House By: Adeline Hartono #20336566 For: Professor Vardon Date: Monday November 14th, 2011 In Margaret Laurence’s A Bird in the House, the female characters in the story are helpless and distressed. Each character struggles to reach their own personal freedoms and is constantly battling through the ups and downs of life. This issue brings about the essence of entrapment, which is apparent in the collection...

    Character, Family, Life 802  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bird in the House

     The Symbolic and Ironic Use of Titles in A Bird in the House By Sarah D’Angelo For Professor John Vardon English 140R Wednesday October 2nd, 2013 A Bird in the House written by Margaret Laurence is a book of short stories filled with symbolism and irony that strongly supports the central ideas of the characters and their social settings. The title given to the book itself is a representation of confinement and a struggle for freedom within the individuals lives. Explained...

    Emotion, Family, Grandparent 944  Words | 3  Pages

  • Birds

    Birds (class Aves) are feathered, winged, bipedal, endothermic (warm-blooded), egg-laying, vertebrate animals. With around 10,000 living species, they are the most speciose class of tetrapod vertebrates. All present species belong to the subclass Neornithes, and inhabit ecosystems across the globe, from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Extant birds range in size from the 5 cm (2 in) Bee Hummingbird to the 2.75 m (9 ft) Ostrich. The fossil record indicates that birds emerged within theropod dinosaurs...

    Bird, Conservation biology, Dinosaur 446  Words | 2  Pages

  • Birds

    where I was fascinated to learn so much about different species of birds. I never knew so much about the birds of prey before, what they eat, what they are known for, what significance their feathers and colors represent. I was glad to learn so much and see the actual birds live, flying over my head. I learned that Castrol, is the smallest bird of the bird prey family, he is mainly known for his speed. Castrol birds are distinguished male or female through the color represented on its...

    Bird, Bird of prey, Eagle 595  Words | 2  Pages

  • the birds

    build up, or a gate to mend, at the far end of the peninsula, where the sea surrounded the farmland 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 settling to feed on the rich, new-turned soil; but even when they fed, it was as though they...

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  • The Butcher Bird

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  • The Yellow Birds

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  • The bird in the bush

    he started to shed tears. He told me how he was sorry and missed me. Further down the conversation he told me about how Makayla had been cheating on him with Richard. I comforted him and he said something to me I will never forget. “You’re like the bird in the bush” ...

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  • Birds and the Bees

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  • Caged Bird

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    Black people, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Jane Eyre 1767  Words | 5  Pages

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