A Field Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Adjacent Areas: by Ernest Preston Edwards

By Ernest Preston Edwards

Этот определитель включает детальное описание для легкой идентификации всех мексиканских видов птиц. Описание включает английские, испанские и латинские названия, характеристику ареала, местообитаний, обилия.
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She also called me Squeak because when I yelled my voice sounded like a squeaky hinge, and eventually that nickname spawned such variations as Squeakers and the dreaded Squeakerbuns. The story of how I got to be officially called Picabo has been told a million times, so I’ll get it out of the way early. As you’ll see, I have a love/hate relationship with my name, just as I do with my dad, but I’ve come to accept both of them as key to my success. Though we lived in the middle of nowhere, my parents were determined to mold Baba and me into world citizens.

It was challenging and fun. We got dirty, drank a lot of water, and broke our nails. Meanwhile, the whole time we’d be eyeing that road. By five o’clock the truck would be full, and Baba and I would be astride our bikes, ready to rip. Sometimes the gang would ride up to meet us.

The road was so steep and the drop-offs so terrifying that women had been known to cry the first time they were driven up. All day Baba and I worked in the quarry. But rock hauling was one chore I didn’t mind because of the reward that awaited us when we were done. The quarry was a vast, lunar-looking field of loose basalt, all sizes and shapes, hot to the touch in the summer heat. There were two or three color patterns in the quarry: dark tones to light, from a pink with lime green tones, flecked with black quartz, to a deep rust color we called orange.

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