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This type of nesting of Barnacle Geese was dominant in the Arctic during the period of strong decline in numbers and nesting area in the mid-20th century (Uspensky, 1951; Bauer and Glutz, 1968; Cramp and Simmons, 1978; Syroechkovsky, 1995).
Susan Atkins, known as Sadie Mae Glutz within the Family, was convicted of eight murders, including that of Tate.
heinei have occasionally been reported from different countries (Kuschert 1983, Kompanje & Post 1990, 1993, Sirek & Pohanka 2004), they may be more common, which is suggested by larger measurements of head and wing length of common gulls caught in winter (Schmitz & Degros 1990, Bengtsson & Pedersen 1998), as birds from heinei are larger than those of the canus subspecies (Glutz von Blotzheim & Bauer 1982).
However, warns food broker David Glutz, "With the mandates, products are definitely going to get more expensive."
They all got out of the car--Linda Kasabian, Tex Watson, Sadie Glutz and Katie Krenwinkel.
Sanders never lets the reader forget that this is a true horror film; when he describes Susan Atkins, aka Sadie Glutz, killing Sharon Tate, it sounds like The Fearless Vampire Killers itself: "The little acidassin vampire licked blood from her own fingers" (289).
Adult Tengmalm's Owls were classified into five age categories (1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, and +4-yr old) on the basis of the molt pattern of primary feathers (see Glutz von Blotzheim and Bauer 1980, Hornfeldt et al.
The majority of prey during the reproductive season are Diptera, and Muscidae comprise the largest fraction in terms of biomass (Cramp 1985; Glutz von Blotzheim and Bauer 1985).
The station's vice president and general manager, Robert Glutz, sees Fox affiliates adding to the number of broadcast journalism opportunities.
There were few others who claimed to be Manson's children but the paternity remains uncertain, according to a report by (http://laist.com/2007/10/30/where_are_manso.php) the Laist . Zezozose Zadfrack Glutz, born to Susan Atkins; Phoenix, born to Catherine Share, and Ivan, born to Sandra Good, were some of the people who claimed to be Manson's children.
Hoopoes belong to the group of cavity-nesting birds, breeding mainly in trees cavities, abandoned burrows in cliffs or walls, as well as nestboxes (Glutz von Blotzheim & Bauer 1994, Kristin 2001).
However, less information is available on smaller prey (some findings are reviewed in Munch 1952, Hirschfeld & Hirschfeld 1973, Glutz von Blotzheim & Bauer 1994, Kristin 2001).
In: Glutz von Blotzheim, U.N., and Bauer, K.M., eds.
In contrast, the previous Check-list of North American Birds (American Ornithologists' Union 1957) accepts only four subspecies, whereas more recent handbooks refer to five (Glutz von Blotzheim et al.
After pair formation the male and the female build a nest, and the female subsequently lays a clutch of three to eight eggs, one per day (Glutz von Blotzheim and Bauer, 1985).
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