Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

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Synonyms for Pelecanus erythrorhynchos

large American pelican

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Hepatitis and splenitis due to systemic tetratrichomoniasis in an American white pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos).
However, reports of the American White Pelican are scarce for Bahia de La Paz and Ensenada de Aripes (24[degrees]08' N, 110[degrees]23' W) (Massey BW and Palacios E.
American white pelicans normally eat four pounds of fish a day, but it's unclear how long they survive without food.
We present a photographic record of the American White Pelican Pelecanus erythrorhynchus in a mangrove of San Andres Island, Colombian Caribbean.
American White Pelican, cormorants), foliage and seeds (ducks, American Coot), or invertebrates (Northern Shoveler, Ruddy Duck, Lesser Scaup, Wilson's Phalarope, peeps) were in larger flocks (Table 2).
organochlorine contaminants in the American White Pelican breeding at Pyramid Lake, Nevada.
Continued surveillance of American white pelican colonies is useful for assessing long-term effects of WNV in colonies and in populations in the northern plains and upper Midwest region of the United States.
1) An American white pelican looks for a meal as it flies low over a pond at the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve.
Near the pyramid is Anaho Island, a national wildlife refuge and one of eight nesting colonies in the West for the American white pelican.
The aim of this study was to establish normal ophthalmic parameters for select diagnostic tests in American white pelicans (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos).
West Nile Virus in American White Pelicans, Montana
At first glance, it seems that the news is good; wintering birds such as Allen's Hummingbirds and American White Pelicans are doing well.
Look for tiny red-necked phalaropes foraging for brine shrimp, and American white pelicans flying in tight formation.
American White Pelicans over the Florida Panhandle, photographed during shorebird aerial surveys.
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