anhinga


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fish-eating bird of warm inland waters having a long flexible neck and slender sharp-pointed bill

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The Anhinga Wildfire is estimated to be approximately 10 acres and is burning in a mixture of grass, pine, and cabbage palm.
The following were exceptions: Crotophaga major, a summer migratory species recorded only during the wet season; Anhinga anhinga, normally recorded in large numbers during summer (small numbers in winter); Nannopterum brasilianus, present in summer and the early dry season (winter in the Pantanal); and Phaetusa simplex (Gmelin, 1789), another species that migrates in summer.
Species Car n SD (m) FID (m) Australasian Darter Anhinga novaehollandiae Australasian Grebe Tachybaptus novaehollandiae 1 30.
According to Jensen, the Glossy Ibis and other resident wetland birds such as Woolly-necked Stork Ciconia episcopus and Oriental Darter Anhinga melanogaster have become extremely rare, and likely to face extirpation.
alligator is kneeling, ascetic in the sawgrass, anhinga is the new
Correspondingly, the least observed bird species during 2008 to 2009 included Anhinga melanogaste, Circus aeruginosus, Accipiter badius, Aquila nipalensis, Falco tinnunculus, Hydrophasianus chirurgus, Recurvirostra avosetta, Charadrius alexandrinus, Calidris minuta, Tringa stagnatilis, Tringa nebularia, Tringa glareola, Sterna acuticauda, Psittacula eupatria, Eudynamys scolopaceus, Athene brama, Alcedo atthis, Dinopium benghalense, Dendrocopos assimilis, Calandrella brachydactyla, Calandrella raytal, Anthus rufulus, Motacilla cinerea, Pycnonotus leucogenys, Phoenicurus ochruros, Saxicola torquatu, Orthotomus sutorius, Sylvia curruca, Cinnyris asiaticus, Oriolus oriolus, Lanius schach and Dendrocitta vagabunda two individuals in each species, respectively (Ali et al.
The most abundant bird species seen throughout the Tortuguero river region in both years were the: Anhinga.
USA A young anhinga reaches deep inside a mature bird''s mouth for food at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands near Delray Beach, Florida AFGHANISTAN An unmanned U.
duidae Tionamu petigris Anhingidae Anhinga anhinga Pato aguja Ardeidae Garzas Ardea alba Garza real A.
Cholechole especies Anhinga anhinga 'pato aguja' (familia Anhingidae) y Phalacrocorax olivaceus 'pato chancho' (familia Phalacrocoracidae).
From an Anhinga ("a bird that can swim underwater") to a Bronze Frog (whose males "make a sound like a banjo string.
For females, sites fell into three groups: sites with large females (Shark Valley South, Anhinga Trail), medium females (Paurotis Pond, Trail Lakes), and small females (Alley Auto, Fakahatchee Strand) (Fig.
Gaspar, The Holyoke (Boston: Northeastern UP, 1988); Mass for the Grace of a Happy Death (Tallahasee, FL: Anhinga P, 1995); A Field Guide to the Heavens (Madison, WI: The U of Wisconsin P, 1999); Leaving Pico (Hanover and London: UP of New England, 1999) and Night of a Thousand Blossoms (Farmington, Maine: Alice James Books, 2004).
There are stunning photographs of Atlantic puffins in Matinicus Rock, Maine, a Northern saw-whet owl and a yellow warbler in Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge; a fox sparrow, a spotted towhee and a purple finch from Western Oregon; a Western gull from the Oregon Coast; an American robin from Finley National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon; the spectacular orange and green of a broad-billed motmot from Panama; the royal blue body, black head, orange beak and yellow eye of a Formosan blue magpie from Taipei, Taiwan; the long neck of a bare-throated tiger heron from Mexcaltitan, Mexico; a laughing kookaburra from Yungaburra, Australia; an anhinga from San Blas, Mexico; a violet-tailed sylph from Tandayapa Lodge, Ecuador; and a cactus finch from the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.
Meredith Walters was warded the Anhinga Prize for Poetry in 2006.