5 edition of The real roadrunner found in the catalog.
The real roadrunner
Martha Anne Maxon
Includes bibliographical references (p. -116).
|Statement||Martha Anne Maxon.|
|Series||Animal natural history series -- v. 9.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.C83 M39 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||2005041716|
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Buy The Real Roadrunner () (): NHBS - Martha Anne Maxon, University of Oklahoma Press About Help Blog Jobs Established NHBS GmbH Covid £ GBPPrice Range: £ - £ The Roadrunner is not a cartoon, as most non-Westerners seem to believe.
It is a real species, a very intelligent one, and a very fierce one which kills its prey by slamming it against the ground until dead. In particular, this bird has a passion for rattlesnakes, which is /5. The roadrunner is an icon of the Southwest so you'd think there would be many studies out on the roadrunner already--but it's one of the least understood and rarely receives individual examination.
Here to correct that deficit is THE REAL ROADRUNNER, a guide to the behavioral patterns of the bird. Get this from a library. The real roadrunner. [Martha Anne Maxon] -- A personal, lively, in-depth account of the life and lore of the roadrunner.
This book contains a number of color photographs, detailed black-and-white illustrations, and line drawings. A valuable research tool, The Real Roadrunner also contains a comprehensive bibliography to aid in further research.
All of our copies have been signed by the author. Hardcover, pages. I purchased this book hoping that it would be a catalog of the myriad pieces of merchandise Wile E. Coyote (mis)uses in his futile attempts at catching/entrapping Roadrunner. It isn't.
While there are some of the items depicted in the cartoons, they are (in The real roadrunner book not /5(39). The result is Roadrunner, an awkward conglomeration of parts, who in the end, prevails over the fearsome rattlesnake. The book's illustrations are bright and have a magical feeling.
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Flights of Fancy: Birds in Myth, Legend, and Superstition: A good book on the meaning of birds in world mythology, including Native North America. Native American Animal Stories: Great. The Roadrunner’s tail is long and broad with white tips on the three outer tail feathers. They have long legs, strong “zygodactyl” feet (possessing two toes in front and two toes in back), and a large dark bill.
They vocalize with both a dove-like “coo” or a rapid clattering noise made with their beak. The average weight is about 8–15 oz (– g). The roadrunner is a large, slender, black-brown and white-streaked ground bird with a distinctive head crest.
It has long legs, strong feet, and an oversized dark bill. The tail is broad with white tips on the three outer tail : Aves. The most famous bird in the southwest, featured in folklore and cartoons, known by its long tail and expressive crest.
The Roadrunner walks and runs on the ground, flying only when necessary. It can run 15 miles per hour, probably with much faster spurts when chasing a fast-running lizard or other prey. Its prowess as a rattlesnake fighter has been much exaggerated, but it does eat a. The Roadrunner is King of the Road in these parts and The Roadrunner by Wyman Meinzer is King of the books on his/her majesty.
Product details Paperback: pages/5(10). Greater Roadrunner: Even without such stretches or inventions, the real Roadrunner is impressive. Running in the open (and not just on roads), it reaches fifteen miles per hour. It can fly, but usually doesn’t. Often it seems curiously unafraid of humans.
In The Real Roadrunner, Martha Anne Maxon offers the most thorough natural history of the greater roadrunner species to date, revealing how the adaptable nature of the bird has allowed it to survive throughout the centuries and even to thrive today, when many other bird species are in decline.
Creation. Jones based the Coyote on Mark Twain's book Roughing It, in which Twain described the coyote as "a long, slim, sick and sorry-looking skeleton" that is "a living, breathing allegory of Want. He is always hungry." Jones said he created the Coyote-Road Runner cartoons as a parody of traditional "Cat and mouse" cartoons such as MGM's Tom and Jerry, which Jones would work on as a Created by: Chuck Jones, Michael Maltese.
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Reproduction. The greater roadrunner is monogamous, forming long-term pair bonds. Greater roadrunner couples defend a territory of about to m in size.
The male is more territorial, calling out to warn competitors, and does not hesitate to physically push the intruders out of his : Aves. The lifestyle of the roadrunner is vividly documented in this one-of-a-kind book.
Wyman Meinzer's photographs and text provide a personal account of the years he spent observing the daily routine of several roadrunner families as the birds courted, mated, nested, reared their young, and hunted for food.
From the book: The roadrunner crouched low and began to circle the snake, all the time 5/5(1). [Book Review: The Real Roadrunner. Animal Natural History Series, Volume 9.
Article (PDF Available) in The Quarterly Review of Biology 81(3) September with 13 Reads. The roadrunner is for the most part its real name. If you mean binomial name, then it is Geococcyx californianus. And it is also sometimes known as the Chaparral.The Real Roadrunner.
is its price. The book is certainly not lacking in informa tion-being undoubtedly the most comprehensive dis cussion of an often enigmatic bird. Its small font size and overall compact format (trim size " x ") may be bothersome to some purchasers, however.
These factors aside, The Real Roadrunner.A bird born to run, the Greater Roadrunner can outrace a human, kill a rattlesnake, and thrive in the harsh landscapes of the Desert Southwest.
Roadrunners reach two feet from sturdy bill to white tail tip, with a bushy blue-black crest and mottled plumage that blends well with dusty shrubs.
As they run, they hold their lean frames nearly parallel to the ground and rudder with their long tails.