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Eggs - A Virtual Exhibition
The Provincial Museum of Alberta`s on-line, searchable, field guide of over 300 bird eggs. Global, with emphasis on birds of Alberta. Includes photos and taxonomic information.

The Provincial Museum of Alberta: Eggs - A Vi
The Provincial Museum of Alberta. presents. Virtual Egg Exhibit. Oology. Egg Diversity. Nesting. Humour and Trivia Welcome to Eggs - A Virtual Exhibition, the closest you may ever get

Alberta Egg Producers Home Page
Alberta Egg Producers Website - Information for the General Public, Teachers and Health..

The White Pelican: An Endangered Species
It is illegal to kill white pelicans or to disturb their eggs or nests at any time in Alberta. Photo: G.W. Beyersbergen

Provincial Museum of Alberta - House Sparrow
Features images of this species and its egg. Read about its clutch size, breeding status, and scientific classification.

Welcome to Sparks Eggs Online
Provides company history, contact details and product information.

The NSDL Scout Report for Life Sciences-- Vol
Eggs. The Provincial Museum of Alberta: Eggs-A Virtual Exhibition

The Chronicle: 3/25/2005: Hamilton Jordan to
at the University of Alberta. Mr. Currie says the day he found dinosaur eggs in Alberta was a highlight of his career: andquot;I saw these eggs with

Whooping Crane [Grus americana] Links
The Whooping Crane and other Endangered Species andamp;#038; wildlife in Alberta, Canada and North America

The Magnificant Whooping Crane: Wildlife and
The Whooping Crane and other Endangered Species and wildlife in Alberta, Canada and North America The Majestic and Endangered Whooping Crane [Grusamericana]: An Alberta, Canada Perspective

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