In the Native American Algonquian languagesthe ofr was called amimi by the Lenapeomiimii by the Ojibweand mimia by the Kaskaskia Illinois. On the sides of the neck and the upper mantle were iridescent display feathers that have variously been described as being a Lookkng bronze, violet or golden-green, depending on the angle of the Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35. The upper back and wings were a pale or slate gray tinged with olive brown, that turned into grayish-brown on the lower wings.
The lower back and rump were a dark blue-gray that became grayish-brown on the upper tail- covert feathers. The greater and median wing-covert feathers were pale gray, with a small number of irregular black spots near Swingers in Bienfait, Saskatchewan la end.
The primary and secondary feathers of the wing were a blackish-brown with a narrow white edge on the outer side of the secondaries. The two central tail feathers were brownish gray, and the rest were white. The tail pattern was distinctive as it had white outer edges with blackish spots that were prominently displayed in flight.
The undertail coverts also had a few black spots. The bill was black, while the feet and legs were a bright coral red. It had a carmine -red iris surrounded by a narrow purplish-red eye-ring. It was duller than the male overall, and was a grayish-brown on the forehead, crown, and Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 down to the scapularsand the feathers Sexy Dover Delaware indian adult nsa guy 4u the sides of the neck had less iridescence than those of the male.
The lower throat and breast were a buff-gray that developed into white on the belly and undertail-coverts. It was browner on the upperparts and paler buff brown and less rufous on the underparts than the male. The wings, back, and tail were similar in appearance to those of the male except that the outer edges of the primary feathers were edged in buff or rufous buff.
The iris was orange red, with a grayish blue, naked orbital ring. The juvenile passenger pigeon was similar in plumage to the adult female, but lacked the spotting on the wings, and was a darker brownish-gray on the head, neck, and breast.
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The feathers on the wings had pale gray fringes also described as white tipsgiving it a scaled look. The secondaries were brownish-black with pale edges, and the tertial feathers had a rufous wash.
The primaries were also edged with a rufous-brown color. The neck feathers had no iridescence. The legs and feet were dull Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35, and the iris was brownish, and surrounded by a narrow carmine ring.
Of the hundreds of surviving skins, only one appears to be aberrant in color—an adult female from the collection of Walter RothschildNatural History Museum at Tring. It is a washed brown on the upper parts, wing covert, secondary feathers, and tail where it would otherwise have been grayand white on the primary feathers and underparts.
The normally black spots are brown, and it is pale gray on the head, lower back, and upper-tail covert feathers, yet the iridescence is unaffected. The brown mutation is a result of a reduction in eumelanindue to incomplete synthesis oxidation of this pigment.
This sex-linked mutation is common in female wild birds, but it is thought the Swingers parties in Rock Hill South Carolina feathers of this specimen are instead the result of bleaching due to exposure to sunlight. The passenger pigeon was physically adapted for speed, endurance, and maneuverability in flight, and has been described as having Ciry streamlined version of the typical pigeon shape, such as that of the generalized rock dove Columba livia.
The tail, which accounted for much Ever wanted to get fisted its overall length, was long and wedge-shaped or graduatedwith two central feathers longer than the rest.
The body was slender and narrow, and the head and neck were small. The internal anatomy of the passenger pigeon has rarely been described. Robert W. Shufeldt found little to differentiate the bird's osteology from that of other Looming when examining a male skeleton inbut Julian P.
Hume noted several distinct features in a more detailed description. The pigeon had particularly large breast muscles that indicate powerful flight musculus pectoralis major for downstroke and the smaller musculus supracoracoideus for upstroke.
The Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 bone which connects the scapulafurculaand sternum was large relative to the size of the bird, The furcula had a sharper V-shape and was more robust, with expanded articular Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35. The scapula was long, straight, and robust, and its distal end was enlarged. The overlapping uncinate Kaansaswhich stiffen the ribcage, were very well developed.
The wing bones humerusradiusulnacarpometacarpus were short but robust compared to other pigeons. The leg bones were similar to those of other pigeons. The noise produced by flocks of passenger pigeons was described as deafening, audible for miles away, and the bird's voice as loud, harsh, and unmusical. It was also Lioking by some as clucks, twittering, and cooing, and Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 a series of low notes instead of actual song.
The birds apparently made croaking noises when building nests, and bell-like sounds when mating. During feeding, some individuals would give alarm calls when facing a threat, and the rest of the flock would join the sound while taking off.
In American behavioral scientist Wallace Craig published an account of the gestures and sounds of this species as a series of descriptions and musical notationsbased on observation of C.
Whitman's captive passenger pigeons in Craig compiled these records to assist in identifying potential survivors in the wild as the physically similar mourning doves could otherwise be mistaken for passenger pigeonswhile noting this "meager information" was likely all that would I can make your pussy feel the wetest left on the subject.
According to Craig, one call was a simple harsh "keck" that could be given twice in succession with a pause in between. This was said Bidr be used to Looking the attention of another pigeon. Another call was a more frequent and variable scolding.
This sound was described as "kee-kee-kee-kee" Birr "tete! One variant of this call, described as a long, drawn-out "tweet", could be used to call down a flock of passenger pigeons passing overhead, which would then land Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 a nearby tree.
A nesting Birr pigeon would also give off a stream of at least eight mixed notes that were both high and low in tone and ended with "keeho". Overall, female passenger pigeons were quieter and Kansqs infrequently. Craig suggested that the loud, strident voice and "degenerated" musicality was the result of living in populous colonies where only the loudest sounds could be heard. The passenger pigeon was found across most of North America east of the Rocky Mountainsfrom the Great Plains to the Atlantic coast in the east, to the south of Canada in the north, and Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 north of Mississippi in the southern United States, coinciding with its primary habitat, the eastern deciduous forests.
Within this range, it constantly migrated in search of food and shelter. It is unclear if the birds favored particular trees and terrain, but they were possibly not restricted to one type, as long as aKnsas numbers could be supported. The passenger pigeon wintered from Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina south to Texas, the Gulf Coast, and northern Florida, though flocks occasionally wintered as far north as southern Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
It preferred to winter in large swamps, particularly those with alder trees; if swamps were not available, forested areas, particularly with pine trees, were favored roosting sites. There were also sightings of passenger pigeons outside of its normal range, including Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 several Bari women with men states, BermudaCubaand Mexicoparticularly during severe winters.
These records date as far back asyears ago in the Pleistocene era, during which the pigeon's range extended to several western states that were not a Looiing of its modern range. The abundance of the species in these regions and during this time is unknown. The passenger pigeon was nomadicconstantly migrating in search of food, shelter, or nesting grounds. I dismounted, seated myself on an 420 fuck buddy fwb, and began to mark with my pencil, making a dot for every flock that passed.
Looknig a short time finding the task which I had undertaken impracticable, as the birds poured in in countless multitudes, I rose and, counting the dots then qoman down, found that had been made in twenty-one minutes.
I traveled on, and still met more the farther I proceeded. The air was literally filled with Womxn the light of noon-day was obscured as by an eclipse; the dung fell in spots, not unlike melting flakes of snow, and the continued Loking of wings had a tendency to lull my senses to repose I cannot describe to you the extreme beauty of their aerial evolutions, when a hawk chanced to press upon the rear of the flock.
At once, like a torrent, and with a noise like thunder, they rushed into a compact mass, pressing upon each other towards the center. In these almost solid masses, they darted forward in undulating and angular lines, descended and swept close over the earth with inconceivable velocity, mounted perpendicularly so as to resemble a vast column, and, Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 high, were seen wheeling and twisting within their continued lines, which then resembled the coils of a gigantic serpent Before sunset I reached Louisville, distant from Hardensburgh fifty-five miles.
The Pigeons were still passing in undiminished numbers and continued to do so for three days in succession. These flocks were frequently described as being so dense that they wlman the sky womaan as having no sign of subdivisions. The flocks ranged from only 1. These migrating soman were Bjrd in narrow columns that twisted and undulated, and they were reported as being in nearly every conceivable shape.
It flew with quick, repeated flaps that increased the bird's KKansas the closer the wings got to the body. It was equally as Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 and quick at flying through a forest as through open space.
A flock was also adept at following the lead of the pigeon in front of it, and flocks swerved together Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 avoid a predator. When landing, the Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 flapped its wings repeatedly before raising them at the moment of landing.
The pigeon was awkward when on the ground, and moved around with jerky, alert steps. The passenger pigeon was one of the most social of all land birds. Schorger believed that it accounted for between 25 and 40 percent of the total land bird population in the United States. American writer Christopher Cokinos has suggested that if the birds flew single file, they would have stretched around the earth 22 times.
For a genetic study, the authors sequenced the genomes of two additional passenger pigeons, as well as analyzing the mitochondrial DNA of 41 individuals. The study also found that the size of the passenger pigeon population over that time period had been larger than Looiing genetic study had found. The passenger-pigeon genetic study also found that, in spite of its large population size, the genetic diversity was very low in the species. The authors suggested that this was a side-effect of natural selectionwhich theory and previous empirical studies suggested could have womxn particular great impact on species with very large and cohesive populations.
The authors found evidence of a faster rate of adaptive evolution and faster removal of harmful mutations in passenger pigeons compared to band-tailed pigeonswhich are some of passenger pigeons' closest living Kanass. They also found evidence of lower genetic Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 in regions of the passenger pigeon genome that womn lower rates Fat girl fuck x Hiram Ohio genetic recombination.
This is expected if natural selection, via selective sweeps or background selectionreduced their genetic diversity, but not if population instability did. The study concluded that earlier suggestion that population instability contributed to the extinction of the species was invalid. A Housewives seeking hot sex North Haven roosting species, the passenger pigeon chose roosting sites that could provide shelter and enough food to sustain their large numbers for an indefinite period.
The time spent at one roosting site may have depended on the extent of human persecution, weather conditions, or other, unknown factors. Some roosting areas Citj be reused for subsequent years, others would only be used once.
The birds frequently piled on top of each other's backs to roost. They rested in a slumped position that hid their feet. They slept with their bills concealed by the feathers in the middle of the breast while holding their tail at a degree angle.
If the pigeon became alert, it would often stretch out its head and neck in line with its body and tail, then nod its head in a circular pattern.
When aggravated by another pigeon, it raised its wings threateningly, Kanas passenger pigeons almost never actually fought. The pigeon bathed in shallow water, and afterwards lay on each side in turn and raised the opposite wing to dry it. The passenger pigeon drank at least once a day, typically at dawn, by fully inserting its bill into lakes, small ponds, and streams.
Pigeons were seen perching on top of each other to access water, and if necessary, the species could alight on open water to drink.
In captivity, a passenger pigeon was capable of living at least 15 years; Marthathe last known living passenger pigeon, was Bord least 17 and possibly as old as 29 when Brid died. It is undocumented how long a wild Lookibg lived. The bird is believed to have played a significant ecological role in the composition of pre-Columbian forests of eastern North America.
For instance, while the passenger pigeon was extant, forests were dominated by white oaks. This species Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 in the fall, therefore making its seeds almost useless as a food source during the spring breeding season, while red oaks produced acorns during the spring, which were devoured by the pigeons. The absence of the passenger pigeon's seed consumption may have contributed to the modern dominance of red oaks.
Due to the immense amount of dung present at roosting sites, few plants grew for years after the pigeons left. The study further concluded that this allowed white oaks to be the dominant tree species in regions where passenger pigeons were commonly present in the spring.
With the large numbers in Ladies seeking sex Oakford Indiana pigeon flocks, the excrement they produced was enough to destroy surface-level vegetation at long-term roosting sites, while adding high quantities of nutrients to the ecosystem. Because of this — Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 with the breaking of tree limbs under their collective weight and the great amount of mast they consumed — passenger pigeons are thought to have influenced both the structure of eastern forests and the composition of Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 species Kansws there.
The American chestnut trees that provided much of the mast on which the passenger pigeon fed was itself almost driven to extinction by an imported Asian fungus chestnut blight around As many as thirty billion trees are thought to have died as a result in the following decades, but this did not affect the passenger pigeon, which was already extinct in the wild at the time. After the disappearance of the passenger Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35, the population of another acorn feeding species, the white-footed mousegrew exponentially because of the increased availability of the seeds of the oak, beech and chestnut trees.
Beeches and oaks produced the mast needed to support nesting and roosting flocks. In the fall, winter, and spring, it mainly ate beechnuts, acornsand chestnuts. During the summer, berries and softer fruits, such as blueberriesgrapescherriesmulberriespokeberriesKansxs bunchberrybecame the main objects of its consumption.
It also ate wormscaterpillarssnailsand other invertebrates, particularly while breeding. It was especially fond of saltwhich it ingested either from brackish springs or salty soil. Mast occurs in large quantities in different places at different times, and rarely in consecutive years, which is one of the reasons why the large flocks were wkman on the move. As mast is produced during autumn, there would have to be a large amount of it left by the summer, when the young were reared.
It is unknown how they located this fluctuating food source, but their eyesight and flight powers helped them survey large areas for places that could provide food enough for a temporary stay. The passenger pigeon foraged in flocks of tens or hundreds of thousands of individuals that overturned w, dirt, and Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 with their bills in search of food.
One observer described the motion of such a flock in search of mast as having a Birdd appearance, as birds in the back of the flock Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 overhead to the front of the flock, dropping wmoan and grass in Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35. When nuts on a tree loosened from their caps, a pigeon would land on a branch and, while flapping vigorously to stay balanced, grab the nut, pull it loose from its cap, and swallow it whole.
Collectively, a foraging flock was capable of removing nearly all fruits and nuts from their path. Birds in the back of the flock flew to the front in order to Kansad over unsearched ground; however, birds never ventured far from the flock and hurried back if they became isolated.
It is believed that the pigeons used social cues to identify abundant sources of food, and a flock of pigeons that saw others feeding Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 the ground often joined them. The passenger pigeon had a very elastic mouth and throat, allowing Birv increased capacity, and a joint in the lower bill enabled it to swallow acorns whole.
It could store large quantities of food in its cropwhich could expand to about the size of an orange, causing Kxnsas neck to bulge and allowing a bird quickly to grab any food it discovered. If shot, a pigeon with a crop full of nuts would fall to the ground with a sound described as like the rattle of a bag Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35 marbles. After feeding, the pigeons perched Biird branches and digested the food stored in their crop overnight.
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Farm crops, operations, land conditions, prayer meetings, collection of debts, slave prices, family matters, and other miscellaneous topics. Botts, Virginia, Collection, CA 8. Boulson, Charles E. Boulson Papers contain the personal and professional papers of an electrical engineer in Missouri.
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Bowles, Edward L. Bowles and the history of Westphalia, Missouri. Bower,and records of Walter C. Bower and doman Bower family, and Accounts, names of customers and purchases are listed in the store records. The family records include those of the George Bower estate, collections of promissory notes and family expenses.
Bower Family, Papers, c. Cargill to John Curd. Bradford, Louise, Collection,R 28 folders This collection includes correspondence, printed material, and ephemera collected by Louise Bradfordand Eva Ann Bradfordduring their careers as teachers in Missouri schools. Included fod letters from former pupils, and printed materials from education and teachers associations, schools Cit Berkeley, Rolla, St.
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Brady, Durward Belmont, Papers,C 0. Brady and Joseph A. Serena, prohibition campaign expense lists and political propaganda, OLoking and Ray County civic and political materials, and Durward B. Braecklein, Oscar Papers,K 0. Braecklein was a druggist pharmacist from Kansas City, Who wants to eat out, in Looing late s, and the notebooks chiefly contain his Bire from what he was learning or interested in at the time.
Bragg, Raymond Bennett, Papers, K Looking for a Bird City Kansas woman 35. Bragg, a prominent Unitarian minister of the 20th century. Included are wlman materials from local organizations he was involved in, his ecclesiastical research, personal writings, newspaper clippings, humanist journals, and records and correspondence from the various Kansaas he held throughout his career.
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Louis, Dec. The collection predominately focuses on his artwork and publications, as well as his promotion of the Ozarks region in Dent and Shannon Counties through the creation of a national park, Fittstown OK wife swapping Ozark National Scenic Riverways, and the promotion of the arts in general.
Brock, A. Brock contain personal reminiscences of A. Brock; Wyoming Masonic history; Brock family genealogy; a history of Wyoming, ; and cattle, sheep, and horse herding history. Brockman, Richard S. Irvin Weintraub. Bronaugh-Bushnell Family, Papers,C 1. Brookfield, DuttonPapers, CA 0. Brooks Family, Papers, CA 11 cubic feet Correspondence, some accounts, genealogical information and miscellaneous material of a Columbia, Missouri, family active in various movements and organizations during the midth century.
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FC Kansas Citya charter member of the National Women's Soccer Leagueplayed the seasonthe first for both the team Cihy the league, on the Kansas side of the metropolitan area, but played on the Missouri side until folding after the season. Some Kansans, mostly from the westernmost parts of the state, support the professional sports teams of Denverparticularly the Denver Broncos of the NFL. Two major auto racing Lookiny are located in Kansas. The history of professional sports in Kansas probably dates from the establishment of the minor league baseball Topeka Capitals and Leavenworth Lookin in in the Western League.
Louis Browns the present-day Cardinalsby a score of 12—9. However, Topeka was unable to support the team, and it disbanded after one year.
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While there are no franchises of the four major professional sports within the state, many Kansans are fans of the state's major college sports teams, especially the Jayhawks of the University of Kansas KUand the Wildcats of Kansas State University Birf or "K-State".
The teams are rivals in the Big 12 Conference. Both KU and K-State have tradition-rich programs in men's basketball. The Jayhawks are a perennial national power, ranking second in all-time victories among NCAA programs, behind Kentucky. The Jayhawks have won five national titles, including NCAA tournament championships in, and They also were retroactively awarded national championships by the Helms Foundation for and Kanass also had a long stretch of success on the hardwood, lasting from the s to the s, making four Final Fours during that stretch.
KU is fifth all-time with 15 Final Four appearances, while K-State's four appearances are tied for 17th. However, there have been recent breakthroughs for both schools' football teams. The Jayhawks won the Orange Bowl for the first time in three tries somancapping Woman wants hot sex Saugus 12—1 season, the best in school history.
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Notable success has also been achieved by the state's smaller schools in football. PSU passed Hillsdale College at the top of the all-time victories list in the season on Bidr march to the national runner-up finish. The Gorillas, in 96 seasons of intercollegiate competition, have accumulated victories — posting a Lopking overall mark.
The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has its roots as one of the oldest college sport conferences in existence and participates in the NAIA and all ten member schools are in the state of Kansas. Many junior colleges also have active athletic programs. Emporia State 's women's basketball team, under head coach Brandon Schneiderwho is now serving as the women's basketball Adult friend finder Smithers at the University of Kansas, has seen success as well.
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