Agelaius


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macroura N/A N/A Nashville Vermivora -- -- warbler ruficapilla Orange- Vermivora -- -- crowned celata warbler Red-winged Agelaius -- -- blackbird phoeniceus Townsend's Setophaga Common raven Corvus corax warbler townsendi Townsend's S.
henselae was amplified from 2 Northern Mockingbirds (Mimus polyglottos) and 1 Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) (GenBank accession no.
The bamboo grove was described as a prominent red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) roost.
Durante este estudio se escogieron aleatoriamente 100 aves silvestres correspondientes a 11 familias (Psittacidae, Ramphastidae, Ophistocomidae, Cracidae, Anatidae, Icteridae, Alaudidae, Burhinidae, Phoenicopteridae, Anhimidae y Rallidae) y 16 especies (Ara ararauna, Ara macao, Amazona spp, Amazona ochrocephala, Ramphastos toco, Aulacorhynchus prasinus, Ramphastos tucanus, Ophistocomus hoazin, Crax Alberti, Anas discors, Agelaius icterocephalus, Alauda arvensis, Burhinus bistriatus, Phoenicopterus ruber roseus, Chauna chavarria, Gallinula chloropus), a las cuales se les tomo muestras correspondientes a 4 gramos de materia fecal [22].
Con base a la frecuencia de aparicion, las especies que se ubicaron en las tres zonas y la zona de referencia del pantano fueron: Buteo magnirostris (especie rapaz), Elanus leucurus (especie rapaz), Rostrhamus sociabilis (especie rapaz sujeta a proteccion especial), Butorides striatus, Ardea alba, Egretta thula, Caracara cheriway (especie rapaz), Cathartes burrovianus, Coragyps atratus, Crotophaga sulcirostris, Dendrocygna autumnalis, Sporophila torqueola, Stelgidopterix ruficollis, Agelaius phoeniceus, Jacana spinosa e Himantopus mexicanus.
While the seeds are developing in the plant in the field, seed varieties that are bird resistant, particularly to Red-winged Blackbirds (Agelaius phoenicus) should be planted (Gross and Hanzel 1991, Bullard 1988, Linz et al.
The term "blackbird", when used in reference to agricultural pests, refers to red-winged blackbirds of various sub-specific designations (Agelaius phoenicius Linnaeus; Passiformes: Icteridae) and boat-tailed grackles (Quiscalus major Vieillot; Passiformes: Icteridae) as well as other blackbird and grackle species.
brown throated parakeets (Aratinga pertinex), blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus), Amazon parrots (Amazona amazonica) and barn swallows (Hrundo rustica), (Heisterberg, 1983; Mabb, 1997; Linz et al., 1991; Harms and Eberhard, 2003; Gordo, 2006), who consider that, roosts besides being the centre of diurnal activity, also serves as a nightly resting site and also regarded as a source of annoyance to the farm crops, detering the crop quality and enhancing economic losses, in particular in multiple cropping practices, with hardly any expenditure on energy by to and from visitations during the day (Roberts, 1991).
Nombre cientifico Nombre comun Familia Orden 1 Egretta caerulea Garza azul Ardeidae Ciconiiformes 2 Pandion haliaetus Aguila pescadora Pandionidae Falconiformes 3 Falco peregrinus Halcon peregrino Falconidae 4 Pardirallus sanguinolentus Gallineta comun Rallidae Gruiformes 5 Columbina minuta Alfarerita Columbidae Columbiformes 6 Tyto alba Lechuza de campanario Tytonidae Strigiformes 7 Chaetura pelagica Vencejo de chimenea Apodidae Apodiformes 8 Euscarthmus meloryphus Mosqueta copetona Tyrannidae 9 Poospiza hispanolensis Dominiqui comun 10 Sporophila Espiguero blanco y luctuosa negro Emberizidae Passeriformes 11 Sporophila obscura Espiguero pardo 12 Sporophila Espiguero pico de peruviana loro 13 Agelaius Tordo cabeza icterocephalus amarilla Icteridae
Red-winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus): Present year-round in southern NY, males have red "epaulets" on the wings; females resemble super-sized sparrows.
Song repertoires in the red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus).
Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus) preferred sunflower (Helianthus annuus) oilseeds low in anthocyanin, but these also had low hull mass and high oil content compared with high anthocyanin seeds (Bullard et al., 1989).