Cyanocitta


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Related to Cyanocitta: Cyanocitta stelleri
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0 6 Geococcyz californianus 27 10 Sayornis 1 Empidonax 1 Tyrannus verticallis indet flycatcher 1 Lamas ludovicianus Cyanocitta stelleri 4 Aphelocoma californica 30 Pica nutallii 3 Corvus coraz 17 17 Corvus brachyrhynchos (caurinus) 21 or 30 Tachycineta sp.
2,3,4 & 5 Myiarchus tyrannulus; 2 1 (Papamoscas tirano - Brown-crested Flycatcher) Tyrannus couchii; (Tirano 3 1 silbador - Couch's Kingbird) FAMILY HIRUNDINIDAE Hirundo rustica; (Golondrina I 1 &2 tijereta - Barn Swallow) FAMILY CORVIDAE Cyanocitta steller; (Chara I 2,3.
Crypturellus cinnamomeus, Vireolanius melitophrys, Cyanocitta stelleri, Aimophila rufescens), seguido del bosque maduro con 22, donde se registraron especies especialistas de bosques conservados (e.
Risk aversion in the foraging blue jay, Cyanocitta cristata.
ossifragus Wilson, fish crow SW R Cyanocitta cristata (Linnaeus), I A blue jay Pica hudsonia (Linnaeus), black- I R billed magpie Family Alaudidae (larks) Eremophila alpestris (Linnaeus), I C horned lark Family Hirundinidae (swallows) Hirundo rustica Linnaeus, barn I A swallow Petrochelidon pyrrhonota I R Vieillot, cliff swallow Progne subis (Linnaeus), purple I C martin Riparia riparia (Linnaeus), bank I O swallow Stelgidopteryx serripennis I O (Audubon), northern rough-winged swallow Tachycineta bicolor (Vieillot), I O tree swallow Family Paridae (titmice) Baeolophus bicolor Linnaeus, I C tufted titmouse Poecile atricapilla Linnaeus, N C black-capped chickadee P.
Animals that are likely to be important dispersers of nuts in temperate Holarctic forests include rodents belonging to Sciurus, Spermophilus, Tamias, Apodemus, and Peromyscus, and corvids belonging to Garrulus, Cyanocitta, Aphelocoma, Nucifraga, and Corvus.
Mississippi kite, Ictinia mississippiensis; blue jay, Cyanocitta cristata) were more commonly found in residential sites, likely due to the open nesting sites and availability of food and water from irrigation (Gennaro, 1998).
42 Blue Jay Cyanocitta cristata -- -- -- Bobolink Dolichonyx oryzivarus 16 0.
We also recorded five additional woodpecker species (Downy Woodpecker, Picoides pubescens; Hairy Woodpecker, Picoides villosus; Three-toed Woodpecker, Picoides tridactylus, Black-backed Woodpecker, Picoides arcticus; and Pileated Woodpecker, Dryocopus pileatus), and five species of corvids (Gray Jay, Perisoreus canadensis; Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristara; Black-billed Magpie, Pica pica; American Crow, Corvus brachyrhynchos; and Common Raven, Corvus corax), all residents, over the 3-yr course of this study.