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Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson"s phalarope in the nonbreeding season

Joseph R. Jehl

Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson"s phalarope in the nonbreeding season

a study of adaptations to saline lakes

by Joseph R. Jehl

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Published by Cooper Ornithological Society in Los Angeles, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Mono Lake.
    • Subjects:
    • Eared grebe -- California -- Mono Lake.,
    • Wilson"s phalarope -- California -- Mono Lake.,
    • Halophilic animals -- California -- Mono Lake.,
    • Salt lake animals -- California -- Mono Lake.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 58-63).

      StatementJoseph R. Jehl, Jr.
      SeriesStudies in avian biology ;, no. 12
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMLCM 91/12944 (Q)
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 74 p. :
      Number of Pages74
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2065698M
      ISBN 100935868399
      LC Control Number88062658
      OCLC/WorldCa19109800

      Sandpipers are a large family, Scolopacidae, of waders or shorebirds. They include many species called sandpipers, as well as those called by names such as curlew and majority of these species eat small invertebrates picked out of the mud or soil. Different lengths of bills enable different species to feed in the same habitat, particularly on the coast, without direct Class: Aves.   Read "Energy content and digestibility of brine shrimp (Artemia franciscana) and other prey items of eared grebes (Podiceps nigricollis) on the Great Salt Lake, Utah, Biological Conservation" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.


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Joseph R. Jehl Jr. Publication Information. Journal: Studies in Avian Biology. Biology of the eared grebe and Wilsons phalarope in the nonbreeding season book BIOLOGY OF THE EARED GREBE AND WILSON’S PHALAROPE IN THE NONBREEDING SEASON: A STUDY OF ADAPTATIONS TO SALINE LAKES JOSEPHJR.

Abstract.-The Eared Grebe (Podiceps nigricollis) and Wilson’s Phalarope (Phalaropus tricolor) are among the most halophilic species of birds in the world. Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson's phalarope in the nonbreeding season.

Los Angeles, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph R Jehl, Jr. Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the non- breeding season: A study of adaptations to saline lakes.

Studies in Avian Biology Close Jehl Biology of the eared grebe and Wilsons phalarope in the nonbreeding season book migration and energetics (Jehl, Jr., J. Observations on the fall migration of Eared Grebes, based on the evidence from a mass downing in Utah.

Condor The Eared Grebe (Podiceps nigricollis Brehm) is the North American bird species most closely associated with highly saline habitats, and in winter and early spring it is the most abundant waterbird at the Salton Sea.

During the fall the great majority of the North American population stages at hypersaline lakes in the Great Basin, departing in early winter for Cited by:   Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes.

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Studies in Avian Biology No. Johnsgard, P.A. The black-necked grebe (Podiceps nigricollis), known in North America as the eared grebe, is a member Biology of the eared grebe and Wilsons phalarope in the nonbreeding season book the grebe family of water birds.

It was described in by Christian Ludwig Brehm. There are currently three accepted subspecies, including the nominate subspecies. Its breeding plumage features a distinctive ochre-coloured plumage which extends behind its eye and over its ear Class: Aves.

Color Pattern. Wilson’s Phalaropes are grayish birds with cinnamon or rusty highlights especially on the neck. In the breeding season females are more colorful than males, with a dark line through the eye extending down the neck. The throat is white and the neck is washed rusty.

Nonbreeding birds are pale gray above, white below. Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the Nonbreeding Season: A Study of Adaptations to Saline Lakes (), by Joseph R. Jehl (PDF at ) Filed under: Salt lake animals -- California -- Mono Lake.

Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the Nonbreeding Season: A Study of Adaptations to Saline Lakes (), by. found: Work cat.: Jehl, J.R. Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson's phalarope in the nonbreeding season, c p. 1 (Eared grebe, Podiceps nigricollis). Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson's phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes.

Los Angeles, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. The eared grebe Podiceps nigricollis shows seasonal variation in the relative size of the major flight muscles that lift and lower the wing: respectively, supracoracoideus (s) and pectoralis (p).

Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson’s Phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes. Studies in Avian Biology No. Google ScholarCited by: 7. Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes.

Studies in Avian Biology Jehl, Jr., J.R. Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson’s Phalarope in the Nonbreeding Season: A Study of Adaptations to Saline Lakes, Studies in Avian Biology, Cited by: Cyclical changes in body composition in the annual cycle and migration of the Eared Grebe Podiceps nigricollis.

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Drive-by netting: a technique for capturing grebes and other diving waterfowl. phalarope in the nonbreeding season: Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson's phalarope in the nonbreeding.

Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the Nonbreeding Season: A Study of Adaptations to Saline Lakes (), by Joseph R. Jehl (PDF at ) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Small (22 to 24 cm) aquatic sandpiper with fringed toes, needle-like bill, white underparts and rump.

During the breeding season, larger females are more brightly plumaged than males. Breeding females possess pale blue gray forehead and crown; white supercilium borders black streak that passes from lores.

Oecologia, Berl., 89, Jehl, J. Jr (). Biology of red-necked phalaropes Phalaropus lobatus at the western edge of the Great Basin in fall migration.

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Studies in Avian Biology – Google ScholarAuthor: Joseph We describe a new method (drive-by netting) for capturing grebes (Podiceps spp.) and other birds that dive under water to escape capture. We used a fl oating gill net to capture eared grebes (Podiceps nigricollis) in 20 days in on the Great Salt Lake (GSL), eared grebes in 41 days on the GSL inand grebes in 20 days in Jehl, J.R., Jr.

The abundance of the eared (black-necked) grebe as a recent phenomenon. Waterbirds 24(2): Jehl, J.R., Jr. Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson’s phalarope in the non-breeding season – a study of adaptations to saline lakes.

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Wildlife Monographs, no. Minnesota Breeding Bird Distribution* The Wilson’s Phalarope is one of Minnesota’s most striking shorebirds. In Roberts described the species as a summer resident restricted to southern and western Minnesota. Confirmed nesting reports (nests with eggs or downy young) were reported from Jackson County in the southwest, east to McLeod and Hennepin Counties.

“Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson’s Phalarope in the Nonbreeding Season: A Study of Adaptations to Saline Lakes.” Studies in Avian Biology. Jennings, M.R., M.P. Hayes, and Animal Management Division Research Section, Metro Washington Park Zoo.

Amphibian and reptile species of special concern in California. Red Phalarope. Breeding female Breeding females are brighter than males with entirely rusty underparts, a white ear patch, and a yellow bill.

Nonbreeding adult Nonbreeding Red Phalaropes have a solid gray back and a dark ear patch. Great Salt Lake Crossword Puzzle Answers Fun Bird Facts came from these sources Jehl, J.

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and T. Edwards, Jr. Nesting ecology of the Snowy Plover at. Of the three phalaropes in Washington, the Wilson's Phalarope has the longest bill and legs. The female in breeding plumage has a gray back with chestnut and black on the wings.

She has a bold, black stripe running from her bill across her eye and down the side of her neck. Her head is gray above the dark stripe and white below. Jehl JR. Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson's phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes.

Los Angeles, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Bald Eagle (Hliaeetus leucocephalus).

Wildl Notebk Ser 3: 1. Rocke T, Converse KA, Meteyer CU, McLean by: Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson’s phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes, Studies in Avian Biology, 12, Cooper Ornithological Society, University of California, Los Angeles, California ()Cited by: This shorebird is limited to muddy flats, marshy ponds, and wet meadows.

It has a peculiar foraging behavior of spinning like a top on the water\'s surface or running in circles on muddy banks picking with its bill at the surface for aquatic insects and crustaceans. Unlike most other bird species, the female in breeding plumage is much more colorful than the male.

Yellow = No records of the species in the Latilong during that season. Breeding Criteria. Horned Grebe Red-necked Grebe Eared Grebe Western Grebe Clark’s Grebe Pigeons and Doves Rock Pigeon Band-tailed Pigeon Wilson’s Phalarope Red-necked Phalarope Red Phalarope Skuas and Jaegers Pomarine Jaeger.

O mergullón de pescozo negro [2] ou mergullón orelleiro [3] (Podiceps nigricollis) é unha ave acuática da familia descrito en por Christian Ludwig mente acéptanse tres subespecies, incluíndo a subespecie nominal.

A súa plumaxe reprodutora é dunha distintiva cor ocre que se estende por detrás do ollo e sobre as plumas cobertoiras dos Clase: Aves. Cyclical changes in body composition in the annual cycle and migration of pdf eared Grebe Podiceps nigricollis. J Avian Biol ref22 Jehl JR.

Biology of the eared grebe and Wilson's phalarope in the nonbreeding season: a study of adaptations to saline lakes. Los Angeles, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society.Podiceps nigricollis - Brehm, Eared Grebe Other English Common Names: Black-necked the species may occur in a download pdf as a seasonal non-breeding resident or as a migratory transient but this will not be indicated on these maps.

J. R. Biology of the Eared Grebe and Wilson's Phalarope in the nonbreeding seson: a study of.Unlike the other phalarope species, which have Holarctic breeding ranges and pelagic ebook distributions, Wilson's Phalarope breeds exclusively within the Nearctic, and its non-breeding distribution is entirely continental.

It breeds at shallow wetlands of interior western North America but for most of the year is a salt-lake specialist.