Blossom Bird von Terry Fan, 42 x 59cm (A2) Gerahmte Kunstdrucke
Wunderschöner French Terry (Sommersweat) bedruckt mit hübschen Blumen und Vögeln. Ideal geeignet für trendige Shirts, Kleider und Accessoires. Der Stoff ist Längselastisch,
When Women Were Birds:Fifty-four Variations on Voice Terry Tempest Williams
Terry Doughty - Sleepy Hollow Blue Birds 1000 Teile Puzzle SunsOut
Blossom Bird von Terry Fan, Gerahmte Kunstdrucke (weitere Groessen erhaeltlich)
Birds of the Horn of Africa:Ethiopia Eritrea Djibouti Somalia and Socotra Nigel Redman/ Terry Stevenson/ John Fanshawe
French Terry eignet sich hervorragend für bequeme (Kinder-) Bekleidung wie z.B. Hosen, Jogginghosen, Schlafanzüge, Longleeves, Pullover, Jacken, Hoodies uvm. Details:Länge: bestimmst du im Eingabefeld "Menge/Stückzahl" (Menge 1 = 1 Meter, Menge 1,5 = 1,5 Meter, Menge 2 = 2 Meter usw.)Die Ware wird an einem Stück versendet.Breite: ca. 1,50mMaterial: 92% Baumwolle, 8% ElasthanGewicht: 253g/m²Farbe: petrol, gelb, terrakotta, mint, weißWaschbar bei 30 °C
Cries from the Earth:The Outbreak Of the Nez Perce War and the Battle of White Bird Canyon June 17 1877 Terry C. Johnston
French Terry eignet sich hervorragend für bequeme (Kinder-) Bekleidung wie z.B. Hosen, Jogginghosen, Schlafanzüge, Longleeves, Pullover, Jacken, Hoodies uvm. Details:Länge: bestimmst du im Eingabefeld "Menge/Stückzahl" (Menge 1 = 1 Meter, Menge 1,5 = 1,5 Meter, Menge 2 = 2 Meter usw.)Die Ware wird an einem Stück versendet.Breite: ca. 1,50mMaterial: 92% Baumwolle, 8% ElasthanGewicht: 253g/m²Farbe: beere, gelb, terrakotta, rosa, grau, weißWaschbar bei 30 °C
´´Birds of East Africa´´ is the first comprehensive field guide to this spectacular birding region--and one of the best to any region in the world. Covering all resident, migrant, and vagrant birds of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi, this small and compact guide describes and illustrates a remarkable 1,388 species in convenient facing-page layout. Featuring 287 new color plates with 3,400 images painstakingly rendered by three experienced artists, the guide illustrates all the plumages and major races likely to be encountered. Set opposite the plates are range maps and concise accounts describing identification, status, range, habits, and voice for each species. Introductory sections provide notes on how to use the species accounts, the nomenclature adopted, conservation issues, where to send records, and maps of protected and other important bird areas. Between them, Terry Stevenson and John Fanshawe have more than 40 years´ experience leading bird tours and conducting conservation work in East Africa. The region shelters a remarkable diversity of birds, including many seriously threatened species with small and vulnerable ranges. The region´s birds form a constantly colorful, noisy, and highly extroverted part of the landscape. The book is sure to become an indispensable guide for anyone interested in studying or conserving birds in East Africa, as well as the many visitors who simply want to enjoy the sheer beauty of its birds. First comprehensive field guide to the countries of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi Covers 1,388 species, with 3,400 color images on 287 plates Concise species accounts facing the plates describe appearance, status, range, habits, and voice A color distribution map is given for each species Information on habitats, protected areas, and conservation issues The essential guide to the birds of this spectacular region An overview of East African birds East African environment Seasonality Plumage Species a
Taylor Van Zant has a lot on his mind.Like everyone in Jacksonville, North Florida, the early-20s bartender from Riverside saw his world upended when his brother, Terry, an interstellar mercenary and local hero, died suddenly in a freak starship accident. Five years later, having been stonewalled for answers, Taylor faced a choice: Honor his mother’s wish that he never go merc or defy it to save her life by resurrecting Terry’s company. That was 13 months ago. Now the newly reformed Eagles stand on the verge of a major milestone: owning their own flagship. There’s just one problem. Terry left behind a ship that no one knew about, a rare breed of cruiser with a most peculiar secret. Free Bird Rising is the story of a young man’s quest for justice and to escape his brother’s shadow. The shocking revelations he finds, though, will likely rock the Galactic Union to its core and get him killed. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Patrick Cronin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/podm/001557/bk_podm_001557_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this hour, how does a suburban dad with three kids find meaning in Thoreau´s Walden? Writer Tom Fate says Thoreau is an antidote to modern consumer society. He helps us examine a basic question: How much is enough? His book Cabin Fever is a meditation on why Thoreau still matters.Next, have you every actually read Thoreau´s Walden? If not, you´ve really missed something. We give you the next best thing: excerpts from the book, set to music. Then, who was the real Henry David Thoreau? By today´s standards, he wasn´t an environmentalist or someone who celebrated nature without humans in it. And Walden didn´t simply describe his time living by the pond. He wrote and re-wrote the book over nine years. Yet his nature writing - and his political essays - have inspired people around the world, from nature lovers to political dissidents.After that, Davyd Betchkal, a soundscape engineer in Alaska´s Denali National Park, is trying to create an aural archive of the entire park. We hear some of his recordings - from wood frogs and bear cubs to an avalanche - and how Thoreau has inspired his work.Following that, if you had to pick a modern heir to Henry David Thoreau, Terry Tempest Williams might be at the top of the list. A celebrated nature writer and environmental acitviist, she´s also a huge admirer of Thoreau. She tells us what she still learns from reading Thoreau. And finally, read the books of Terry Tempest Williams and you´ll keep circling back to a common theme: the mystery at the heart of our love for the natural world and the people closest to us. When Women Were Birds is Terry´s lifelong quest to understand her mother, who was a very private woman and a bit of a trickster. It´s also an exploration of silence and finding one´s voice. [Broadcast Date: May 9, 2012] 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/120509/rt_tbon_120509_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The beloved author of Refuge returns with a work that explodes and startles, illuminates and celebrates. Terry Tempest Williams´s mother told her: ´´I am leaving you all my journals, but you must promise me you won´t look at them until after I´m gone.´´ Fans of Williams´s iconic and unconventional memoir, Refuge, well remember that mother. She was a member of a large Mormon clan in northern Utah who developed cancer as a result of the nuclear testing in nearby Nevada. It was a shock to Williams to discover that her mother had kept journals. But not as much of a shock as what she found when the time came to read them. They were exactly where she said they would be: three shelves of beautiful cloth-bound books.... ´´I opened the first journal. It was empty. I opened the second journal. It was empty. I opened the third. It too was empty.... Shelf after shelf after shelf, all of my mother´s journals were blank.´´ What did Williams´s mother mean by that? In 54 chapters that unfold like a series of yoga poses, each with its own logic and beauty, Williams creates a lyrical and caring meditation of the mystery of her mother´s journals. When Women Were Birds is a kaleidoscope that keeps turning around the question ´´What does it mean to have a voice?´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terry Tempest Williams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/001232/bk_acx0_001232_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.