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Condor and hummingbird

Charlotte MeМЃndez

Condor and hummingbird

by Charlotte MeМЃndez

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Published by Women"s in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, California , Wild Trees, 1986.

StatementCharlotte Méndez.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3563.E48/
The Physical Object
Pagination152p. ;
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22225186M
ISBN 100704350300, 0704340763

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Condor and Hummingbird Charlotte Mendez, Author Wild Trees Press $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Venturing into Joan Didion territory, Mendez sends Laura, her American.

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His artwork is published and exhibited in Asia and North America and a full length Haida Manga book will be released in He lives in Vancouver, British : Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas.

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The illustrations were painted by three wildlife artists: Sangeetha Kadur, Raul Andrade, and Publisher: Gorgas Science Foundation, Felis Creations. One of my good friends, Francesco, is fluent in Italian and English. We worked on a project together, Installa The Secret, an Italian language hypnosis video, which has been extremely a favor for my Italian fans, I’ve translated The Condor and the Hummingbird from my previous entry into Italian for.

The male Andean condor is a black bird with grayish white wing feathers, a white fringe of feathers around the neck, and a bare red or pinkish head, neck, and crop.

Males have a large caruncle, or fleshy protuberance, on the forehead and top of the beak, and turkeylike neck wattles. The species ranges throughout the Andes Mountains of South America, frequenting open country and feeding on.- When a woman's body is found in the Andean highlands with a condor's wings stitched into her back, Gregory Moreno does a secret autopsy and confronts the work of a butcher.

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