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With knowledge of later nesting by Double-crested Cormorants at Mandarte Island in 1927 (and possibly at Ballingall Islets even before 1927; see Munro 1937, Drent and Guiguet 1961), I cannot find any convincing reason to reject this breeding record and have treated it as valid for this paper, although genetic confirmation of this specimen is desirable in the future.
These nests represent the first confirmed breeding records of long-eared owl for Chihuahua, Mexico.
The presence of distinct male/female pairs at Lake Colorado City and behavior indicative of breeding birds suggests that breeding occurred at the lake in 1998, representing the first breeding record for Snowy Plover in Mitchell County (Fig.
Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) A new nesting pair of peregrine falcons on North Fork Mountain in Pendleton County, West Virginia, is the first breeding record for this bird in the State since 1992.
As noted by Wright (1996), the female collected on 16 June 1895 at Summit, along the southern boundary of GNP, could have represented a breeding record. Herein, we document the 1st known nest for the Northern Hawk Owl in Montana and the contiguous western United States.
"The Cowporation herd is, in a sense, unique, as we have always strived to buy animals with a proven breeding record and have selected animals with the most wanted carcass characteristics.
Dudley Zoo holds an impressive breeding record for Sumatran tigers with eight cubs born at the Castle Hill site between 2000 and 2005.
These observations confirm the species as having bred successfully at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve in 2013 and represent the first breeding record of Purple Gallinule in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Cara Rafaela's breeding record consists of one stakes winner from 12 foals, which when read literally could imply an element of disappointment given the daughter of Quiet American was one of the top US fillies of her generation, but nothing could be further from the truth.
My colleague Chris Edwards, who is the assistant site manager at our Sandwell Valley nature reserve near Great Barr, tell me we have an exciting new breeding record at the site.
It was off the settlement of Qeqertarsuaq that the world's first specimen was collected in 1813 (Hjort, 1985) and the first breeding record was also discovered in this region by a Greenlandic hunter from Quasigiannguit in 1880 (Fig.
"However, we're very proud of our breeding record at Knowsley and everyone is delighted that once again this year, a number of the new arrivals are from species that are regarded as endangered or vulnerable in the wild.
'We are very proud of our breeding record here at Knowsley but even by our standards it has been a busy few weeks.'
There are now fewer than 100 Sumatran Tigers in the world but at Dudley Zoo they have a wonderful breeding record.