Ciconia


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As of rare and endangered species in PLNNR, ten species (Aquila chrysaetos, Aquila heliaca, Ciconia nigra, G.
Gizzard impaction with bile stasis in captive Oriental white storks (Ciconia boyciana).
For a similar species, the oriental white stork (Ciconia boyciana), it has indeed been reported that a small subpopulation turned stop-over places to breeding sites [22].
Among the exceptional species are the black stork (Ciconia nigra), the northern hazelhen (Bonasa bonasia), the booted eagle (Hieraaetus pennatus), the crane (Grus grus), the green sandpiper (Tringa ochropus), the pygmy owl (Glaucidium passerinum), the black woodpecker (Dryocopus martius), the three-toed woodpecker (Picoides tridactylus) and other woodpeckers (Dendrocopos medius and D.
Changes in adult annual survival rates in a western European population of the White Stork Ciconia ciconia.
10.30am The Cathedral Eucharist, Introit: Matyas Seiber - Kyrie, Johannes Ciconia - Gloria, Stanford in C, O Saviour of the World - Goss.
Together these present most of the extant songs by Trebor and Philipoctus de Caserta, as well as works by Matteo da Perugia, Solage, Ciconia, Senleches and others.
10 - the anonymous Ars cantus mensurabilis mensurata per modos iuris - also marks a return to the later fourteenth century, away from the speculative humanism of Ciconia and back to the grindstone of number and proportion.
55 "Animale mihi peculiare est coenis ineptum Ciconia. .
Nest size, nest building behavior and breeding success in a species with nest reuse: the white stork Ciconia ciconia.
(15) a common stork (Ciconia ciconia), (16) a pelican (Pelecanus rufescens), (17) and a flamingo (Phoenicopterm ruber).
Food abundance and richness are important factors that influence the distribution and richness of avian species particularly wading birds such as White Storks (Ciconia ciconia) by Dallinga and Schoenmakers (1987), Goriup and Schulz (1991) and Antczak et al.
Bird species with aquatic habits are very common and abundant, including egrets such as species of the genera Casmerodius, Egretta, Ardea, Tigrisoma, Botaurus, in addition to the wood-stork Mycteria americana, the maguari-stork Ciconia maguari and the jabiru Jabiru mycteria.
The quality of the photographs (and LIM's high printing standards) is evident in Ciconia's motet Venecie mundi splendor (no.