by Andrea Holden-Boone and Simon Bell. Select Format: Paperback. Explains the anatomy and behavior of owls, hawks, eagles, and other birds of prey, and the technique of stereo photography that makes the tear-out three dimensional viewer work with the accompanying cards. ISBN13: 9781581840025. Release Date: December 1998.
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Artist: Bird Of Prey Release: Birds Eye View Label: Addictech Records Released: 2013-06-01 Catalog ADDICTECH061. There are a couple ways one can approach Birds Eye View. To see it as a career retrospective of sorts, Birds Eye View outlines the dramatic rise of Bay Area producer Torin Goodnight. Pulling influence from trance, glitch, and drum & bass, his style of psychedelic bass music spans across chill psydub, sternum-rattling dubstep, bubbling breakbeat, and beyond. Another viewpoint is to see Birds Eye View as a debut album, similar to the 3 EPs by the Beta Band only more thoughtfully arranged. For this release, Goodnight selected tracks from his 2009 debut Atrium EP, 2010's Subtropic EP, and 2011's Stray Feathers EP, and included the whole of the Dreamcatcher EP from 2010 and the ic single from 2011.
Birds of prey such as eagles are famous for their ability to see faraway objects. Birds of prey such as kestrels are famous for their ability to spot tiny prey animals from high above the ground. One study (Fox et al, 1976) found that the American kestrel can see a 2mm insect at a range of 18 meters. Kestrels hover before swooping on their prey.
They scare the singing birds of earth away As, greed-impelled, they circle threateningly, Watching the toilers with malignant eye, From their exclusive haven-birds of prey. They swoop down for the spoil in certain might, And fasten in our bleeding flesh their claws.