Ciconia ciconia


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Synonyms for Ciconia ciconia

the common stork of Europe

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(2005) Nests of the white stork Ciconia ciconia (L.) as a habitat for mesostigmatic mites (Acari, Mesostigmata).
episcopus (internal 4), and within the internal 1 we can observe bigger proximity among Ciconia abdimii; Ciconia episcopus; Ciconia maguari; Ciconia nigra; both sister groups of Ciconia ciconia; (internal 1).
Kosicki, "Do white storks Ciconia ciconia always profit from an early return to their breeding grounds?" Bird Study, vol.
or Calandrella brachydactyla Canario, Serinus serinus Serin milheira, milheirinha, serzino Carrica, Troglodytes Eurasian wren carricinha troglodytes Cartaxo Saxicola torquata Common stonechat Cascarrolho Lanius senator Woodchat Cegonha Ciconia ciconia shrike Chasco Oenanthe oenan- Stork the or O.
The results are used to analyze the Eastern route migration of the white stork (Ciconia ciconia), for which data is available from the Movebank [10].
Post-fledging adoption by nest switching has been documented in several avian species, including American Crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos; Schaefer and Dinsmore 1992), White Storks (Ciconia ciconia; Redondo et al., 1995), and Alpine Swifts (Apus melba; Bize and Roulin, 2006).
In a study in Spain, the effects of mobile phone mast has been noted in house sparrow (Passer domesticus), white stork (Ciconia ciconia), reporting problems with reproduction, circulatory, and central nervous system, general health and well-being (micro-wave syndrome) (Balmori, 2009).
According to Game and Wildlife Officer Nicos Kassinis, in the last three days, large flocks of ciconia ciconia (white stork), an estimated 2,000 to 3,000, have arrived unexpectedly in the Akrotiri area.
Among the species absent in the Swedish and British lists, Ciconia ciconia, Crex crex, Tringa totanus, Delichon urbicum, Anthus pratensis, Locustella fluviatilis, Sylvia nisoria, Muscicapa striata, and Carpodacus erythrinus were classified as farmland species; Dryocopus martius, Dendrocopos minor, Phylloscopus sibilatrix, Ficedula parva, Parus montanus, P.
white stork (Ciconia ciconia) in Spain have stopped migrating, taking up
- - - - - Torgos tracheliotus - - - - - Uraeginthus bengalus - - 1 - - Urocolius macrourus - - - - - Vanellus senegallus - - - - - Vidua orientalis unidentified species 1 Total 22 47 81 27 177 Acridivorous Bubalornis albirostris 457 703 214 149 94 Bubulcus ibis - - - - 1 Bucorvus abyssinicus - - - - - Centropus senegalensis - - - - - Chelictinia riocourii - - - - - Ciconia ciconia 1 - - - - Circus aeruginosus 6 11 29 11 19 Circus pygargus 11 24 37 19 18 Cisticola juncidis 35 26 52 40 77 Cisticola sp.
In this study we examined the adrenocortical stress response and thyroid hormone status in free-living nestling white storks (Ciconia ciconia) in relation to heavy metals (zinc, lead, copper, cadmium) and arsenic levels in blood.
(23) from ill and dead white storks (Ciconia ciconia) in Israel in 1998.