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green bay: The Green Bay Packers posted this shit on Facebook on Valentine's Day
green bay: The Green Bay Packers posted this shit on Facebook on Valentine's Day

The Green Bay Packers posted this shit on Facebook on Valentine's Day

green bay: The Green Bay Packers made Valentine’s cards based on their players
green bay: The Green Bay Packers made Valentine’s cards based on their players

The Green Bay Packers made Valentine’s cards based on their players

green bay: Literal trashy; got out of work to find my car like this in the parking lot. If you dropped your Orange Julius in Green Bay, thanks! (crossposted from r/wellthatsucks)
green bay: Literal trashy; got out of work to find my car like this in the parking lot. If you dropped your Orange Julius in Green Bay, thanks! (crossposted from r/wellthatsucks)

Literal trashy; got out of work to find my car like this in the parking lot. If you dropped your Orange Julius in Green Bay, thanks! (cro...

green bay: While I was having a great day at work, my car was not. If you dropped your Orange Julius in Green Bay today, please know I do not like you at all.
green bay: While I was having a great day at work, my car was not. If you dropped your Orange Julius in Green Bay today, please know I do not like you at all.

While I was having a great day at work, my car was not. If you dropped your Orange Julius in Green Bay today, please know I do not like y...

green bay: Green Bay Packers
green bay: Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers

green bay: When People Say They Hate Green Bay, All I Hear is I Wish My Team was As Good as the Packers
green bay: When People Say They Hate Green Bay, All I Hear is I Wish My Team was As Good as the Packers

When People Say They Hate Green Bay, All I Hear is I Wish My Team was As Good as the Packers

green bay: The Seattle Seahawks take on the Green Bay Cheeseheads in a Divisional Round game (2020)
green bay: The Seattle Seahawks take on the Green Bay Cheeseheads in a Divisional Round game (2020)

The Seattle Seahawks take on the Green Bay Cheeseheads in a Divisional Round game (2020)

green bay: The 'woooo' fan in Green Bay vs Seattle
green bay: The 'woooo' fan in Green Bay vs Seattle

The 'woooo' fan in Green Bay vs Seattle

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green bay: Oology: e Study of Eggs Birds' Eggs The eggs of birds have long appealed to people. Most obviously, they are an important food source. The first people gathered eggs from nests and relied on colonial nesters such as gulls to supply quantities of eggs, much in the way we utilize chickens today Traditionally, the Native Americans along Green Bay gathered each summer on the Gull Islands in the northern bay, for an annual egg feast. By the late 1800 s, they and the commercial fishermen were gathering eggs for markets in Escanaba and other towns, where the going rate was 25 cents a dozen. Gull island eggs were also harvested to manufacture "eggine" or egg albumen. Such enterprises became less profitable as the region became settled and occupations switched from logging to farming. The ostrich is the wornd's largest living bird, weighing up to three hundred pounds. I lays ten to twelve eggs each of which weighs about three pounds The smalest North American bird is the Caliope Hummingbird, found in the west It weighs less than five grams and iays hwo eggu about the size of peas avian Eggs gy specializing in the ar in the early 1900's. at eggs were of value rarity. They were very species and subspecies xonomic relationships. serve when collected just id and before incubation. al of time studying nesting istories of the species they of our leading ornithologists ecting at some point in their elped Today collecting requires state and federal permits and is limited to very specific research. Since egg collecting is a thing of the past it has been replaced by other pursuits, such as bird watching listing, song recording, photography and bird banding Millions people marvel at the beauty and variety of birds of Many books and guides are available to enhance their pleasure and make identification easier Many of the facts, distributions and color artwork is drawn from the document ranges for most species. For tions were far more common nesting preserved specimens of birds and eggs, archived and documented in systematic collections. cting of eggs in the early 1900's bird populations. It was the era of owever, and soon biological supply nto the market by selling egg sets lectors, museums, and the general his time were killed for food, feathers many populations were in trouble. ons were near extinction. Populations ts and other colonial nesting birds had to remnants. Eskimo Curlews and other d been decimated. Bird eggs were taken for purposes other than food. Their great beauty and interesting shapes appealed to collectors. Egg collecting at the turm of the past century was considered a gentleman's hobby. After the eggs were collected and the contents carefully removed with a blowpipe through a single small hole, the shell was cleaned, labeled and preserved. Private collections were common and egg sets (clutches) were exchanged nationally and internationally, much in the way we exchange stamps or coins today. Egg collecting was considered a gentlemen's hobby at the turn of the century The great beauty and interesting shapes of bird eggs appealed collectors This shadow box was typical. Such collections however are worthless and have For research and reference, each set of eggs must have an original data sheet filled out by the colector One of the reasons the Richter Colection is so important is that we have ful documentation for over eleven thousand sets of eggs The set of Eastem Wood Pewee eggs with nest is a good example little scientific value. ct of 1900 banned interstate shipments parts. The Weeks-McLean Law of 1913 dy and protection of birds to the Federal at. In 1918 the Migratory Bird Treaty at all migratory birds were protected. The fect of this legislation is enjoyed by ers and nature lovers today. To praduce young y tying egge e e tip an gnacy D D h melhod of a anpa andmtPRIDI An egg a the world's utte contaner natu perfect blend of boty and funclion Inede ar ne conter, are the gem cell and the yoka which is the high protein food for the ombryo The embyo ia held place by a strong membrane whch adows he SutDended yoko to rolate Ao aa lo compensate Aor movement of the egp Surounding the yoke and fng the rest of the nside is a cleal yer of egg white or aumen Ths moadly cushien cuntaina an Addlional atore of prolein Two membranes sumpund the conlarda o prodect them fom harmlul bacturia and provide a be for the Senay shal The faut that ord ane hghiy evoled many w r 00lan hr spetpive ortche method prolably fe very moorne uted mae tr ige Por exmplet aome tpecs a Aut ch of ega se UN har he lemaia The function of color and marking seems to be for camouflage from enemies. Most cavity nesting birds such as woodpeckers, kingfishers, martina. emall owis, etc, lay white eggs. White eggs may also be easier to locate in a dark confine. Large birds like bald cagles and great homed owls lay white eggs in open nests and do some smaller ones, as the mourning dove. In most of these opecies begin incubation with the laying of the first egg The white eggs are seldom exposed Egg Color e gh d e d aln g be ag ege ho aN EPrOe e Genealy sinat FAbee wratng ar a abour ay ie of le Ine edars Only two basic pigments, blue and buff-brown, to and act as a These are the the yoke t pevents dohytration and mant bird's blood and bile pigments. Blue when present, as in the robin and other produce the coloring in bird's eggs. ays oe an eent secreted by the uterine glands and are related ege bie Anong ande af aolar i r oy reat deal Tha Ain com pyct aod e are uphy wler in se bur he soonsonds ay mun lat e n sanobin he ane and uer s a poaoal ht hey ANR Many species have eggs with only a fow small spoto It has been suggested that these might represent an intermediate evolutionary stage trom pattemed to white For example the eggs of the barn swalow anre slightly marked while eggs of the bank, cliff and tree swallows are white The last three have enclosed nests while the ban swallow's is more cup like In the thrush family, eggs of the eastorn bluebird are the palest, because it nests in natural cavities and birdhouses in recent years, pure while bluebird eggs have been documented Blue eggs are often found in species nesting in heavily shaded locations. Ground nesters usually produce buff-brown eggs The amount of marking often comesponds to location of the nest open and exposed, or well concealed The ahell a compoaed masily of cakium cartonate crystale aranged in an anderinckung lashian wion athough ght in mae ae abemely sarong Throughout he ahol are numaroue tiny pores, wb olow caygen for the smbrye to enter and water sapor to leav thrushes. Sometimes or just under the shell surface. On a white egg, this produces the yellow-buff-brown range of colors. When brown pervades the entire shewoish colors are present on er aper and abie hanced idevrent oe mory Swed Ae IN enornie ar tu a ager e Robin and gaotiee t ah aya aupt COpetle of ocomt Pay pl ey in he e and depent pn he p lor od and sheler is present on a blue shell, colors are in the Distinctive markings are made by another chemical to laying green-olive range. which may appear, black or red-brown. substmerkings can be incorporated at any level as just prior ugh blue or white shells, the spots on the final build up These layers of the shell peen through shell layer often do not dry untit me after the is laid. As result, blotohes, scrawis, streaks and marbled patterns are produced because the spots smear when the eggs are laid. Other eggs may have all the markings on the large end, producing a capped or wreathed pattern. the of appear gray. IRd e a wh n b he nr Oge, ihentore Aned any 4 Mat oeces Gise Nosden divelpo da PAT dp uankwt w Hd budion arande are conecead le i A wowY HoNear aor ny ty h h It Aur a Ardae ony a de Pest Ehe pomao t ae wen ep ae Foer ne muat Cur domine et a & ed aample end patind Alar o e of u y The tolce eUP men Thr aey a He a bot N antra DADADIG P evle Dy Dhe Sy te Clameder Cule ra d pw r 00le as WE AWANows Any be 045 ANYAIUN IA oh a Today museurn specimens are used by state and federal biologists who manage endangered or reatened epeciss to find satorical records for nesting localions prefemed habitat nest site seiection and phanotogy Other researdhers utlize the hielerical information in the preparation of environmental impact statements for various projects 941 0040 Egg shels have become invaluable ndicatiors of anvironmental quality in 9he early 1960 A R was Tound that manmade biocides and other polutarts especialy the chlostnated hydrocarbons affoctod the calcium metabolism of birda Chemicals uch as DOT CDE and PCBs can heve doleterious effecte on the calcification of eggn By comparing sheile fourd how with those in museum colections Rwan leamed phells were hinner and waighed less These ofen broke during inoubation er lailed to hatch young Today museum egg thels can even be tested to determine what chemicals ware preoent when thay were 5040 collected Colection were measured to demonstrate the shet Many egg shalts from the Richter thioning probien which faiy ed to the banning of OTT in Wacorain in 1969. and the entire United Stafes a your iuto Eggs from highy eosed pecies uch s guls are now egiday collected to monitor polutant evels in the Grua Lakaa ecosystem and to detect ngw chemicals, hopefuly before they become a threst to widile ad hunans ADD vese G Where Frank began his obsession.
green bay: Oology:
 e Study of Eggs
 Birds' Eggs
 The eggs of birds have long appealed to people.
 Most obviously, they are an important food source.
 The first people gathered eggs from nests and relied
 on colonial nesters such as gulls to supply quantities
 of eggs, much in the way we utilize chickens today
 Traditionally, the Native Americans along Green Bay
 gathered each summer on the Gull Islands in the
 northern bay, for an annual egg feast. By the late
 1800 s, they and the commercial fishermen were
 gathering eggs for markets in Escanaba and other
 towns, where the going rate was 25 cents a dozen.
 Gull island eggs were also harvested to manufacture
 "eggine" or egg albumen. Such enterprises became
 less profitable as the region became settled and
 occupations switched from logging to farming.
 The ostrich is the wornd's largest living bird, weighing
 up to three hundred pounds. I lays ten to twelve
 eggs each of which weighs about three pounds The
 smalest North American bird is the Caliope
 Hummingbird, found in the west It weighs less than
 five grams and iays hwo eggu about the size of peas
 avian Eggs
 gy specializing in the
 ar in the early 1900's.
 at eggs were of value
 rarity. They were very
 species and subspecies
 xonomic relationships.
 serve when collected just
 id and before incubation.
 al of time studying nesting
 istories of the species they
 of our leading ornithologists
 ecting at some point in their
 elped
 Today collecting requires state and federal permits
 and is limited to very specific research. Since egg
 collecting is a thing of the past it has been replaced
 by other pursuits, such as bird watching listing, song
 recording, photography and bird banding Millions
 people marvel at the beauty and variety of birds
 of
 Many books and guides are available to enhance their
 pleasure and make identification easier Many of the
 facts, distributions and color artwork is drawn from the
 document
 ranges for most species. For
 tions were far more common
 nesting
 preserved specimens of birds and eggs, archived and
 documented in systematic collections.
 cting of eggs in the early 1900's
 bird populations. It was the era of
 owever, and soon biological supply
 nto the market by selling egg sets
 lectors, museums, and the general
 his time were killed for food, feathers
 many populations were in trouble.
 ons were near extinction. Populations
 ts and other colonial nesting birds had
 to remnants. Eskimo Curlews and other
 d been decimated.
 Bird eggs were taken for purposes other than food.
 Their great beauty and interesting shapes appealed to
 collectors. Egg collecting at the turm of the past
 century was considered a gentleman's hobby. After
 the eggs were collected and the contents carefully
 removed with a blowpipe through a single small hole,
 the shell was cleaned, labeled and preserved. Private
 collections were common and egg sets (clutches)
 were exchanged nationally and internationally, much
 in the way we exchange stamps or coins today.
 Egg collecting was considered a gentlemen's hobby
 at the turn of the century The great beauty and
 interesting shapes of bird eggs appealed collectors
 This shadow box was typical. Such collections
 however are worthless and have
 For research and reference, each set of eggs must
 have an original data sheet filled out by the colector
 One of the reasons the Richter Colection is so
 important is that we have ful documentation for over
 eleven thousand sets of eggs The set of Eastem
 Wood Pewee eggs with nest is a good example
 little scientific value.
 ct of 1900 banned interstate shipments
 parts. The Weeks-McLean Law of 1913
 dy and protection of birds to the Federal
 at. In 1918 the Migratory Bird Treaty
 at all migratory birds were protected. The
 fect of this legislation is enjoyed by
 ers and nature lovers today.
 To praduce young y tying egge e e tip an
 gnacy D D h melhod of
 a anpa andmtPRIDI
 An egg a the world's utte contaner natu
 perfect blend of boty and funclion Inede ar ne
 conter, are the gem cell and the yoka which is the
 high protein food for the ombryo The embyo ia held
 place by a strong membrane whch adows he
 SutDended yoko to rolate Ao aa lo compensate Aor
 movement of the egp Surounding the yoke and fng
 the rest of the nside is a cleal yer of egg
 white or aumen Ths moadly
 cushien
 cuntaina an Addlional atore of prolein Two
 membranes sumpund the conlarda o prodect them
 fom harmlul bacturia and provide a be for the Senay
 shal
 The faut that ord ane hghiy evoled many w r
 00lan hr spetpive ortche
 method prolably fe very moorne
 uted mae tr ige Por exmplet aome tpecs
 a Aut ch of ega se UN har he
 lemaia
 The function of color and marking seems to be for
 camouflage from enemies. Most cavity nesting birds
 such as woodpeckers, kingfishers, martina. emall
 owis, etc, lay white eggs. White eggs may also be
 easier to locate in a dark confine. Large birds like bald
 cagles and great homed owls lay white eggs in open
 nests and do some smaller ones, as the mourning
 dove. In most of these opecies begin incubation with
 the laying of the first egg The white eggs are seldom
 exposed
 Egg Color
 e gh d e d aln g be
 ag ege ho
 aN EPrOe e
 Genealy sinat
 FAbee wratng ar a abour
 ay
 ie of le Ine
 edars
 Only two basic pigments, blue and buff-brown,
 to
 and act as a
 These are
 the
 the yoke t pevents dohytration and
 mant
 bird's blood and bile pigments. Blue when present,
 as in the robin and other
 produce the coloring in bird's eggs.
 ays oe an eent
 secreted by the uterine glands and are related
 ege bie Anong ande af aolar i r oy
 reat deal Tha Ain com pyct aod
 e are uphy wler in se bur he soonsonds
 ay mun lat e n sanobin he ane
 and uer s a poaoal ht hey ANR
 Many species have eggs with only a fow small spoto
 It has been suggested that these might represent an
 intermediate evolutionary stage trom pattemed to
 white For example the eggs of the barn swalow anre
 slightly marked while eggs of the bank, cliff and tree
 swallows are white The last three have enclosed
 nests while the ban swallow's is more cup like In the
 thrush family, eggs of the eastorn bluebird are the
 palest, because it nests in natural cavities and
 birdhouses in recent years, pure while bluebird eggs
 have been documented Blue eggs are often found in
 species nesting in heavily shaded locations. Ground
 nesters usually produce buff-brown eggs The amount
 of marking often comesponds to location of the nest
 open and exposed, or well concealed
 The ahell a compoaed masily of cakium cartonate
 crystale aranged in an anderinckung lashian wion
 athough ght in mae ae abemely sarong
 Throughout he ahol are numaroue tiny pores, wb
 olow caygen for the smbrye to enter and water sapor
 to leav
 thrushes. Sometimes
 or just under the shell surface. On a white egg, this
 produces the yellow-buff-brown range of colors. When
 brown
 pervades the entire shewoish colors are present on
 er aper and abie
 hanced idevrent oe
 mory Swed Ae IN enornie ar tu a ager e
 Robin and gaotiee t ah aya aupt
 COpetle of ocomt Pay pl ey in he e
 and depent pn he p lor od and sheler
 is present on a blue shell, colors are in the
 Distinctive markings are made by another chemical
 to laying
 green-olive range.
 which may appear, black or red-brown.
 substmerkings can be incorporated at any level as
 just prior
 ugh blue or white shells, the spots
 on the final
 build up
 These
 layers of the shell
 peen through
 shell layer often do not dry untit me after the
 is laid. As result, blotohes, scrawis, streaks and
 marbled patterns are produced because the spots
 smear when the eggs are laid. Other eggs may have
 all the markings on the large end, producing a capped
 or wreathed pattern.
 the
 of
 appear gray.
 IRd e a wh n b he nr
 Oge, ihentore Aned
 any 4 Mat oeces
 Gise Nosden divelpo da
 PAT
 dp uankwt w Hd
 budion
 arande
 are conecead le i A wowY
 HoNear aor ny
 ty h h It Aur a Ardae
 ony
 a de
 Pest Ehe pomao t ae wen ep ae
 Foer ne muat Cur domine et a & ed
 aample
 end patind Alar o e
 of u y The tolce eUP
 men Thr aey
 a He a bot
 N
 antra
 DADADIG P evle Dy Dhe Sy te
 Clameder
 Cule
 ra d pw r 00le
 as WE AWANows Any
 be
 045
 ANYAIUN IA oh a
 Today museurn specimens are used by state and
 federal biologists who manage endangered or
 reatened epeciss to find satorical records for
 nesting localions prefemed habitat nest site seiection
 and phanotogy Other researdhers utlize the hielerical
 information in the preparation of environmental impact
 statements for various projects
 941
 0040
 Egg shels have become invaluable ndicatiors of
 anvironmental quality in 9he early 1960 A R was
 Tound that manmade biocides and other polutarts
 especialy the chlostnated hydrocarbons affoctod the
 calcium metabolism of birda Chemicals uch as DOT
 CDE and PCBs can heve doleterious effecte on the
 calcification of eggn By comparing sheile fourd how
 with those in museum colections Rwan leamed phells
 were hinner and waighed less These ofen broke
 during inoubation er lailed to hatch young Today
 museum egg thels can even be tested to determine
 what chemicals ware preoent when thay were
 5040
 collected
 Colection were measured to demonstrate the shet
 Many egg shalts from the Richter
 thioning probien which faiy ed to the banning of
 OTT in Wacorain in 1969. and the entire United
 Stafes a your iuto Eggs from highy eosed pecies
 uch s guls are now egiday collected to monitor
 polutant evels in the Grua Lakaa ecosystem and to
 detect ngw chemicals, hopefuly before they become
 a threst to widile ad hunans
 ADD
 vese G
Where Frank began his obsession.

Where Frank began his obsession.

green bay: NFL GREEN BAY Blu wanted to wear game day gear on a non game day...She got her way...as always
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Blu wanted to wear game day gear on a non game day...She got her way...as always

Blu wanted to wear game day gear on a non game day...She got her way...as always