Observations on the Fringilla canaria, Sylvia atricapilla, and other birds of Madeira
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Observations on the Fringilla canaria, Sylvia atricapilla, and other birds of Madeira

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Published by W. Phillips in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Spain.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby C. Heineken.
SeriesLandmarks of science II
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QL690.S7 .H35
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. 70-79
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19271294M

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Madeira bird observations march Aimon Niklasson Base: Tivoli Ocean Park and the Marine Biological Station (Estação de Biologia Marinha do Funchal) just below in Funchal (Lido area). Fifteen minutes walk (to the west along the shoreline) to Ponta da Cruz the most southern part of the Island. Visitant birds to Madeira in February New Year's bird species visiting Madeira: Birds visiting Madeira for season holidays - December Birdwatching in Madeira, November Madeira, birdwatching in October September bird observations in Madeira archipelago: Migrating seabirds pelagic, August   In , a melanistic form of the Blackcap (B) was reported in Madeira; it was later shown to also occur on the Azores and Canary Islands. German bird lovers called it “Schleiergrasmücke”, and we propose as an English name: the “Veiled Blackcap” (VB). On Madeira and the Azores, they were regularly observed in low frequencies of about 2 % of the B populations, on the Canaries a small Cited by: 1. Eurasian Blackbird (Turdus merula) Funchal, Madeira, Portugal 09/07/ Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla heineken) Porto Moniz, Madeira, Portugal 09/07/ Spectacled Warbler (Sylvia conspicillata) Gara Hugo, Madeira, Portugal 11/07/ Firecrest (Regulus madeirensis) Funchal, Madeira, Portugal 09/07/

Conversely, several studies revealed a small or no genetic difference from other populations, namely canaries (Serinus canaria), blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla) (Dietzen et al., ), and robins. Other studies have presented small or no genetic differences from the Azores passerines to other populations, namely Canaries Serinus canaria, Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla, Robins Erithacus. 6 Blackcap Sylvia atricapilla heinecken. 6 Canary Sernius canaria canaria Introduced species. 2 Red-legged Partridge Alectoris rufa Native species. 8 White Wagtail Motacilla alba. 1 Eurasian Coot Fulica atra. 4 Eurasian Hoopoe Upupa epops. 28 Common Starling Sturnus vulgaris. 1 Common Moorthen Gallinula chloropus Migratory species. This is a list of the bird species recorded in avifauna of Madeira include a total of species, of which two are endemic, two have been introduced by humans and are rare or accidental. The two listed species that are extinct and the one that is extirpated are not included in the species count. Eighteen species are globally threatened (twelve near-threatened, two vulnerable.

Birdwatching at. Madeira. 19 July—2 Aug Sylvia atricapilla heineken – Svarthätta. Very common (for this type of bird). Here you find all information you need about birds of Madeira (along with other trip-reports). Also to “Madeira Adventura” for enjoyable guiding at Pico Arreiro and Zino’s Petrels nesting sites. Birdwatching trip report to Madeira December Madeira 13th - 20th December INTRODUCTION. Madeira is not really a good birdwatching destination and this brief pre-Christmas break was arranged at the last minute for some winter sun and a complete change of scenery rather than to chase the island's endemic species and "numerous seabirds".   Hiding a checklist will exclude the taxa on it from all forms of eBird output that show a location (including bar charts, maps, and arrival/departure tables), but the observation will still be accessible to you, and will appear on your lists. The following might be obtainable in local book stores there: Avifauna canaria (4 book series) by P. Martin Gomez and A. Cardona Sosa (Perez Galdos Press, Las Palmas, ) -- I purchased volume 4 on Aves de Laurisilva y Pinar for pesetas [books are expensive there]. Other people have recommended: Fauna marina y terrestre del achipielago.