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These condors are mostly black, but males have a distinctive white "collar" around their necks and some white markings on their wings as well. Like their relatives, the California condors, Andean condors have bald heads.

Condors are vultures, so they keep their sharp eyes peeled for the carrion that makes up most of their diet. They prefer to feast on large animals, wild or domestic, and in picking the carcasses, they perform an important function as a natural clean up crew. Along the coasts, condors will feed on dead marine animals like seals or fish. These birds do not have sharp predator's claws, but they will raid birds' nests for eggs or even young hatchlings.

Andean condors are massive birds, among the largest in the world that are able to fly. Because they are so heavy (up to 33 pounds/15 kilograms), even their enormous 10 foot (3 meter) wingspan needs some help to keep them aloft. For that reason, these birds prefer to live in windy areas where they can glide on air currents with little effort. Andean condors are found in mountainous regions, as their name suggests, but also live near coasts replete with ocean breezes and even deserts that feature strong thermal air currents.

The Andean condor is considered endangered but is in far better shape than its California cousin. Perhaps a few thousand South American birds survive, and reintroduction programs are working to supplement that number.

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Alice in Chains which now consists of vocalist William DuVall, guitarist vocalist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney opened the show with a thundering take on "Rain When I Die" (from 1992's "Dirt") and then rarely let up on the throttle. The music was wonderfully moody and weighty, a brand of stoner rock that still provides the right kind of contact highs.

After releasing three albums, two of which topped the charts, Alice in Chains went into hibernation, while lead singer Layne Staley dealt with his well publicized problems with drug addiction. When the vocalist died in 2002, from an overdose of heroin and cocaine, most assumed that the band would never be heard from again.

Which of the great grunge rock acts had the biggest impact on today's music scene? If you answered Nirvana, Pearl Jam or Soundgarden then you're probably over the age of 18 and not listening to the same thing that millions of kids are in 2009.

The group closed the main set with the shout along favorite "Man in the Box," the 1990 "Facelift" offering that has aged much better than most grunge rock anthems, and then returned for an encore that included the "Dirt" classic "Would?" In all, it was a convincing return _ and return to form _ by this influential '90s act.

Now, Alice in Chains is back, with a new lead vocalist and its first studio CD in 14 years, and sounding like it never left.

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The correct answer, for better or worse, has to Alice in Chains. That Seattle band drew up the blueprint for modern heavy metal during the first half of the '90s, inspiring Godsmack, Taproot, Staind and dozens of other brooding hard rockers. Even Metallica cited Alice in Chains as a major influence on some of its more recent work.

Those left standing in the cold sure missed a good time. Nearly everything that made the band so powerful back in its heyday was still on display at the Fillmore.

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Described as the only completely indigenous American folk art, the first decoys were crafted by American Indians more than a millennium ago. White settlers adapted the idea, carving bird replicas in wood (rather than wrapping bird skins around reeds) to attract waterfowl into range. Now the decoys themselves are the subject of enthusiastic hunting, appreciated by collectors as antiques and as art.

But the Dallas man did his homework and started attending auctions on the East Coast, the center of decoy activity for collectors now, as it was for carvers a century ago. It was at an auction on Cape Cod, around 1980, that he met another decoy crazy Texan named James McCleery, a name already famous in collecting circles.

Floaters and stick ups represent the two main decoy types. Floaters may be hollow, with separately carved heads and weighted bottoms.

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Values also depend on the aesthetic appeal of a decoy, the carver, the rarity. Most decoys were not signed by their makers though some bear the stamp of their owners, making retrieval from a lake easier so study is required to become familiar with the characteristics and artistic styles of important carvers.

The sale of McCleery's holdingsset the standard against which all decoys (and auctions) are judged.

The decades between 1840 and 1918 were considered the "great age of the decoy," also known as the market hunting period, during which millions of birds were slaughtered.

Guyette and Schmidt Inc., the world's premier decoy auction company, advertises decoys under $500, and the firm's vice president, , says decoys can be found in shops and shows for "$25, $50, $100 on up."

Stick ups, which imitated shorebirds, often were carved from a single, solid piece of wood, mounted on sticks or poles, then stuck into the sand or a marsh.

That said, collectors with an avid interest but fewer dollars to invest can still find good specimens for much less. Prime decoys can be had for a few thousand dollars.

The auction star was a circa 1917 sleeping Canada goose carved and painted by of Massachusetts and deemed worth $684,500 by an enthusiastic bidder. In all, the auction brought $11 million, about double the original estimates.

Herons, cranes, swans and egrets in large numbers also were killed for their plumage, their feathers sold to adorn the hats of late Victorian era women. Some species, such as the passenger pigeon, became extinct, making their decoy effigies that much more important.

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It wasn't that the Indians wanted the fishing to themselves. They cared little for it and still don't. Like the Sioux, who greeted Custer at the nearby Little Bighorn 112 years ago this month, they just didn't like having intruders on their land.

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The game is fly fishing, and most who have fished the Bighorn say there is no better place in the continental United States to play it not the Yellowstone, a little west of here; not the Madison, a little farther west, not any of the other wondrous waterways of the West.

"This is incredible," says Gardner Grout, waist deep after arriving this day with a dozen members of the Pasadena Casting Club, serious fishermen all. "This is the greatest fishing I've ever seen."

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For fly fishermen, a trip to the Bighorn is a pilgrimage. They come from coast to coast to wade in its waters, confirming their belief that fly fishing is the only pure fishing. After a day on the river, they wonder where it has been all their lives.

So the river was re opened, amid some hard stares during a two day standoff between unarmed Indians and federal marshals at the Two Leggin's Bridge and a few intimidating shots fired near fishermen from the bluffs along the river.

But the fishermen weren't about to give up. Supreme Court, which in 1981 ruled that the river was open to everybody.

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Most anglers and guides use the rocker shaped, double ended McKenzie dories that must be controlled by oars in their drift downstream. In the first 13 miles, which form the heart of the river, motors and live bait are not allowed unless you're an Indian. After those 13 miles, he said, the fishing is still good but "the quality of the experience drops off."

One is the Bighorn Angler, owned by outfitter Mike Brooks and his wife Holly.

And the silty water, Gordon added, not only was "too thick to drink and too thin to plow, if you'll excuse an old line," but also was too warm for trout and fit only for carp and other species regarded by some anglers as trash fish.

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It didn't take long for the word to reach the fly fishermen working the nearby rivers, but in 1975 a new problem arose: The Crow Indians closed the river.

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The river has limited access by road and is best fished by boat. Non Indians are not allowed to venture onto shore above the high water mark, but few Indians are seen along the way.

All that changed when the dam came. The water cleared up, flowed constantly at a controlled level and, drawing off the bottom of the new Bighorn Lake, remained cold well into the blistering summers producing an excellent habitat for trout.

The fact is, it didn't exist as a premier trout fishery until 1965 and only started to thrive in 1981. Before 1965, when the Yellowtail Dam above Fort Smith was completed, the Bighorn was at best an insignificant backwater, winding northeast out of Wyoming and through 45 miles of the Crow Indian reservation.

"All the state wanted was the game management," said Gordon, who sells handmade Indian trinkets for local Crow at the visitor center. "They didn't want to own it. But the Supreme Court said, 'You own the riverbed.' "

The game begins in earnest, man trying to fool fish with imitation insects. Rods bend. Here and there a whoop! is heard as an angler hooks a big one.

Fort Smith is the base of operations. For a couple of years after the Civil War, it existed to offer protection to travelers on the Bozeman Trail. Now it's a loose settlement of wood frame tackle shops and stores with covered porches for lounging.

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As a result, Zakaria points out, our world already appears post American in many ways.

"In one month in 2008, India and Brazil were willing to frontally defy the United States at the Doha trade talks, Russia attacked and occupied parts of Georgia, and China hosted the most spectacular and expensive Olympic Games in history. Ten years ago, not one of the four would have been powerful or confident enough to act as it did."

In his 2008 international bestseller The Post American World, Fareed Zakaria wrote, "The future is already here." If there were any doubts as to the veracity of that claim, the whirlwind events of the last three years have settled them.

This presents America with a unique challenge. While we still live, militarily speaking, in a single superpower world, the distribution of power in other spheres cultural, industrial, educational and financial has already begun to shift.

None of this will be easy for a country whose leaders have become accustomed to unquestioned dominance, and the obstacles facing the United States have only grown taller since the original publication of the book.

Even Zakaria's most forward looking projections haven't been able to keep pace with the acceleration of the "rise of the rest," the indelible phrase he coined in 2008 to describe the economic and political ascendance of emerging powers such as Brazil, China, and India.

As other countries grow in importance, the central role of the United States shrinks. No longer can America play the traditional part of dominating hegemon; it must become a more pragmatic, honest broker, sharing power as it attempts to build coalitions, reclaim its lost legitimacy, and continue to define the global agenda.

India's annual growth rate dropped to 5.7 percent in 2009, but jumped back up to 9.7 percent in 2010. China's GDP growth has held steady at 9 percent or higher since the financial meltdown.

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tallest building in the world is now in Dubai. The world's richest man is Mexican, and its largest publicly traded corporation is Chinese. Even shopping, America's greatest sporting activity, has gone global. Of the top ten malls in the world, only one is in the United States; the world's biggest is in Dongguan, China.

Furthermore, the financial crisis of 2008, instead of slowing or reversing this shift as one might expect, actually narrowed the gap between the West and the rest. While the United States and other wealthy economies have floundered through a prolonged period of slow growth, high unemployment, and crippling debt, the countries that constitute "the rest" have rebounded quickly.

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Owners Joseph and Barbara Massaro placed the island up for sale four months ago, but they have not received any offers let alone from the superstar.

Jolie was allegedly drawn to the secluded location because it boasts two luxurious properties designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, whom Pitt is a great admirer of.

Angelina Jolie has not made any attempt to purchase a heart shaped island to mark her fiance Brad Pitt's 50th birthday, according to the landowners' daughter.

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WildlifeDirect is the first conservation organization of its kind, and founders have high hopes for its outcomes. Its goals include creating an online community of millions of concerned people around the world who will support conservation where Cheap Women Canada Goose Expedition Parka Rice Nz needed; developing a web site platform that gives a voice to conservationists at the front lines; and providing financial support to organizations in need that are working to protect national, local government, private, and community owned wildlife parks and reserves.

WildlifeDirect was designed to maximize transparency and facilitate rapid response for conservation emergencies. How does it work? African conservationists write regularly about their efforts in online blogs. People around the world read the blogs, post comments, and get feedback. As readers become aware of the efforts, challenges, and achievements of African conservationists, they begin to donate online. Because of its low operating costs, WildlifeDirect is able to channel 100 percent of a donor's gift to conservation work on the ground. Donors know exactly what they are funding, funds are disbursed on the ground within days, and donors can immediately track the impact of their gift.

Africa Conservation Information

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WildlifeDirect is a global online network that promotes conservation of Africa's parks and reserves by linking concerned conservationists and donors around the world with African conservationists and park workers. WildlifeDirect was conceived by paleontologist and conservationist Richard Leakey in January 2005 as a nonprofit conservation organization based in Kenya. It provides essential support for parks where and when it is needed most to ensure protected areas and wildlife are managed effectively.