2 edition of Great Auk comes to Chicago found in the catalog.
Great Auk comes to Chicago
Rand, Austin Loomer
by The Museum in [Chicago
|Statement||Zoology Chief Curator Austin L. Rand tells about Field Museum"s recent, but long-awaited acquisition of one of the 78 remaining specimens of the extinct Great Auk.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 10-13. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
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The 3rd episode of extinction tells the seaside tragedy of a particular Northern-Hemisphere sea bird last reported hunted in ; the Great Auk.
Narrated by Alun Armstrong Topics: extinct,the great auk, great auk, the, great, auk, sea, bird, seabird, sea bird, Iceland. EXTINCT BIRDS. No attempt has been made to quote all books in which extinct birds have been mentioned; not only would that mean a tedious, long work, and a book in itself, but, the repetitions being so numerous, it would have been of very little use.
It was free and, because I liked it so much, my mother developed the habit of leaving me there while she went shopping. I remember seeing a stuffed Great Auk and being far more intrigued by it than by exhibits of birds I knew still existed. Later I found a picture of the species in a book and read the story of the last two.Hope Is the Thing with Feathers, a mournful and beautifully written book, offers a powerful meditation on the parakeet's fate, as well as that of other extinct species that lived in North America until the early years of the 20th century: the great auk, the Labrador duck, the heath hen, the passenger pigeon/5(34).
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