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comparative study of blue-winged and cinnamon teal breeding in eastern Washington

John William Connelly

comparative study of blue-winged and cinnamon teal breeding in eastern Washington

by John William Connelly

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blue-winged teal.

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    Statementby John William Connelly, Jr.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 40 l.
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16768934M

    Blue-Winged Teal 24 Cinnamon Teal 25 Green-Winged Teal 26 Wood Duck 28 students study waterfowl anatomy, habitat, and wildlife conservation. They then articulate composition, migration pathways, and breeding ground origin. There are differences, also, in levels of shooting pressure and harvest. This is a list of the bird species recorded in the archipelago of Puerto Rico which consists of the main island of Puerto Rico, two island municipalities off the east coast (Vieques and Culebra), three uninhabited islands off the west coast (Mona, Monito and Desecheo) and more than smaller cays and avifauna of Puerto Rico include a total of species, of which .

      Nearly all drakes lose their bright plumage after mating, and for a few weeks resemble females. This hen-like appearance is called the eclipse plumage. The return to breeding coloration varies in species and individuals of each species. Blue-winged teal and shovelers may retain the eclipse plumage until well into the winter. Blue-winged teal use and maintain a relatively high rate of fidelity to migratory corridors specific to two primary breeding populations, with only % crossover between corridors reported during fall migration. The eastern migratory corridor (EMC) extends from Manitoba and Minnesota through Florida terminating in the Caribbean and.

    Study 65 Chapter 14 flashcards from Meghan L. on StudyBlue. Radish flowers may be red, purple, or white. A cross between a red-flowered plant and a white flowered plant yields all-purple offspring. The part of the radish we eat may be oval or long, with. conditions. The blue-winged teal (Anas discors) was chosen as the study species because of availability and ease of handling. Certain physio­ logical parameters were followed in wild hens during all periods of the reproductive cycle. For comparative purposes, some additional information was collected on birds in fall.


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Comparative study of blue-winged and cinnamon teal breeding in eastern Washington by John William Connelly Download PDF EPUB FB2

While the increase of Blue-winged Teal throughout the Pacific Northwest has been documented, little effort has been made to correlate these trends with those of the Cinnamon Teal in the same area. This paper stems from an overall comparative study made of these teal breeding in eastern Washington.

Its purpose is to examine the his. Harris, R. Wheeler Hybrid of Blue-winged Teal x Cinnamon Teal in northwestern California. Condor – J. W., Jr. Connelly A comparative study of Blue-winged and Cinnamon teal breeding in eastern Washington. Master’s thesis, Washington.

Blue-winged Teal males were abundant in the vicinity and according to Connelly (A Comparative Study of Blue- winged Teal and Cinnamon Teal Breeding in Eastern Washington. M.S. thesis, Washington State Univ., Pullman, Washington, ), the more aggressive Blue-winged Teal could dom- inate Cinnamon Teal, particularly in certain habitats.

Blue-winged Teal males were abundant in the vicinity and according to Connelly (A Comparative Study of Blue-winged Teal and Cinnamon Teal Breeding in Eastern Washington.

M.S. thesis, Washington State Univ., Pullman, Washington, ), the more aggressive Blue-winged Teal could dom-inate Cinnamon Teal, particularly in certain habitats.

Request PDF | Plumage and body size differentiation in Blue-winged teal and Cinnamon teal | Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors) and Cinnamon Teal (A.

The Green-winged Teal (known as Common Teal in English-speaking parts of Eurasia) is currently considered a single species by the AOU, but two subspecies are distinctive in adult male plumage and are split into two species by many authorities.

Green-winged Teal (American) – Anas crecca carolinensis Common Teal (Eurasian) – Anas crecca crecca ((Common Teal. Cinnamon Teal. The blue-winged teal is known to science as Anas discors.

This translates as “discordant duck.” The cinnamon teal is called Anas cyanoptera, which means “blue-winged duck.” Go Figure. That being. Study area —North American waterfowl yways are both ecological and adminis- cinnamon teal, blue-winged teal, Population dynamics of mallards breeding in eastern Washington.

Nearly all drakes lose their bright plumage after mating, and for a few weeks resemble females. This hen-like appearance is called the eclipse plumage. The return to breeding coloration varies in species and individuals of each species.

Blue-winged teal and shovelers may retain the eclipse plumage until well into the winter. Identification is Important. Identifying waterfowl gives many hours of enjoyment to millions of people. This guide will help you recognize birds on the wing—it emphasizes their fall and winter plumage patterns as well as size, shape, and flight characteristics.

Teal Blue-winged Cinnamon Green-winged Tern Arctic Black Caspian Common Elegant Forster’s Least Royal Sandwich Thrasher Bendire’s Brown California Curve-billed Long-billed Sage Thrush Gray-cheeked Hermit Swainson’s Varied Wood Titmouse Black-crested Bridled Oak Towhee Abert’s California Canyon Eastern Green-tailed Spotted Trogon.

A closer relationship between the Blue-winged Teal and South American Cinnamon Teal suggests two independent colonizations of North America: one ∼95 ybp giving rise to A. septentrionalium in western North America and another ∼65 ybp giving rise to the Blue-winged Teal in central and eastern North America, followed by subsequent.

Division of Migratory Bird Management N.E. 11th Avenue, Room Portland, Oregon Telephone: ; Fax ; E-Mail [email protected]   Blue-winged teal (Anas discors) counts were combined with cinnamon teal (A. cyanoptera) counts in the Interior Highlands, but not in the Gulf of Mexico Coast or Upper Pacific Coast.

Snow goose (Anser caerulescens) counts were combined with Ross's goose (A. rossii) counts in the surveys and registered as ‘light’ goose (Table 1). Suggested Citation: Olson, S. Compiler. Pacific Flyway Data Book, U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Migratory Bird.

waterfowl surveys sincebut like the WBPHS both blue‐winged teal and cinnamon teal estimates are combined. Inblue‐winged‐cinnamon teal abundance for all western states was estimated atbirds, which was % above the ‐ average (, birds). Green-winged teal feed on seeds of sedges, smartweeds, pondweeds, grasses, aquatic insects, mollusks, crustaceans and tadpoles found while foraging in and adjacent to mudflats or while dabbling in shallow water.

Population. From an all-time low ofbirds ingreen-winged teal populations have grown steadily since. Migrating and. Created Date: Z. So G would allow for blue or purple wings, but only having g will make a green fairy. A pure-breeding blue winged fairy mates with a purebreeding green winged fairy and have 8 little fairy babies.

The offspring then mate among themselves and produce 9 blue winged, 4 green winged, and 3 purple winged fairy babies. Population dynamics of mallards breeding in eastern Washington,Journal of Wildlife Management (80) - 3 Potential use of weather radar to study movements of wintering waterfowl,Journal of Wildlife Management (75) - 6 Nutritional consequences of gastrolith ingestion in blue-winged teal: a test of the hard-seed-for-grit.

This is still an important breeding area for pin- tails, redheads, cinnamon teal (Querquedula cyancptera), and others. A large percentage of the birds raised here follow lanes of travel westward to the Pacific flyway, but it is noteworthy that there are at least three routes that leave this area in an easterly or north- easterly direction.

Building Glass & Lighting. Collision with building glass is currently estimated to be the second greatest source of direct mortality of birds. Bird mortality from window collisions in the U.S. is estimated to be between million to million birds annually.Bird Bling.

Have you ever seen a bird with a band on its leg? U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service biologists learn more about bird populations by recording where and when banded birds are found to help ensure healthy populations.