Caprimulgidae


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Related to Caprimulgidae: Hirundinidae, Icteridae, Mimidae
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camelido 1 0,0 0 0,0 Mamifero mamifero 3.501 78,4 0 0,0 grande nn grande no identificado Mamifero nn mamifero 47 1,1 0 0,0 pequeno no identificado Total Mammalia total mamiferos 4456 99,8 40 88,9 Vultur gryphus condor andino 1 0,0 1 2,2 Caprimulgidae chotacabras 1 0,0 1 2,2 Gallus gallus gallo/pollo 4 0,1 2 4,4 Aves nn-med pajaros no 2 0,0 0 0,0 identificados Aves nn pajaros no 1 0,0 1 2,2 identificados Total aves total pajaros 9 0,2 5 11,1 Vertebrados nn vertebrados no n/c 0,0 0 0,0 identificados Muestra Total 4.465 100,0 45 100,0 Taxa Peso (g) % Rodentia nn 0,5 0,0 Cavia 6,2 0,0 porcellus Canis 23,0 0,1 familiaris Equus sp.
Otros depredadores pueden ser lagartijas, murcielagos y aves de las familias Picidae, Furnariidae, Caprimulgidae, Vireonidae, Parulidae, Sittidae y Tyrannidae (Linsley 1959, 1961).
Birds that utilize forest into which chickens roam and that have ecologic behaviors that might put them at risk of coming into contact with poultry and poultry feces include ground birds (or those that spend a significant amount of time on the ground), such as Tynamidae (tinamous), Columbidae (pigeons and doves), Thamnophilidae (antbirds, antshrikes), Caprimulgidae (nightjars and nighthawks), Furnariidae (foliage gleaners and leaf tossers), Formicaridae (antpittas), Emberizidae (finches and grassquits), or Turdidae (thrushes), and birds that might either consume chickens or aggregate near foodstuff consumed by chickens, such as Cathartidae (vultures), some members of Accipitridae and Falconidae (hawks, eagles, falcons), Cracidae (guans), and Odontophoridae (quails).
otus (Linnaeus), long-eared I R owl Athene cunicularia (Molina), W R burrowing owl Bubo virginianus (Gmelin), great I C horned owl Nyctea scandiaca (Linnaeus), snow N R owl Otus asio (Linnaeus), eastern I C screech-owl Strix varia Barton, barred owl I O Order Caprimulgiformes goatsuckers, oilbirds, and allies) Family Caprimulgidae (goatsuckers) Caprimulgus carolinensis Gmelin, S R chuck-will's-widow C.
The open country is home to the American seedsnipes or perdicitas (Thinocorus), the Chilean tinamou or perdiz (Nothoprocta perdicaria), the tapaculo (Scelorchilus albicollis), the tenca or Chilean mockingbird (Mimus thenca), the ground tyrants or dormilonas (Muscisaxico-la), the nightjars or gallinas ciegas (of the family Caprimulgidae), bandurrillas (Upucerthia), and mineros (Geositta).
They belong to a worldwide family with a scientific name, Caprimulgidae, that means "goatsucker." Superstitious goat- herds in ancient Greece saw night birds fluttering open-mouthed around their livestock and believed the birds came out at dark to drink milk from the mammals' teats.
The families Ardeidae (N = 606, S = 6), Thraupidae (N = 424, S = 20) and Tyrannidae (N = 287, S = 28) were the families with the largest number of individuals, while families such as Anatidae, Caprimulgidae, Podicipedidae and Tytonidae only registered one species with one individual.
Distribution of nocturnal birds (Strigiformes y Caprimulgidae) in relation to land-use types, extent and configuration in agricultural landscapes of Central Italy.