To try and bring some discussion back: anyone have an itouch/iphone and downloaded a bird app onto there? I got the Audubon one for around $20, and it was amazing, mainly because we got to study bird calls on the bus ride to states.
I also prefer its real photographs as opposed to hand-drawn illustrations, like Sibley has.
And during an activity at bio camp, I snuck up behind a Canadian Goose and pet it.
ornithology, forestry, entomology, triple E, water quality, dynamic planet (lakes & rivers), awesome aquifers, meteorology, robot arm, write it do it. :)
A cone of depression occurs when you drop your scoop of ice cream on the ground on a hot summer day.