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Knot - Various - Coastal Birds (CD)

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Download Knot - Various - Coastal Birds (CD)
Label: British Library - NSACD 66 • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Field Recording


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9 thoughts on “ Knot - Various - Coastal Birds (CD)

  1. Faekazahn
    The red knot (Calidris canutus) (just knot in English-speaking Europe) is a medium-sized shorebird which breeds in tundra and the Arctic Cordillera in the far north of Canada, Europe, and is a large member of the Calidris sandpipers, second only to the great knot. Six subspecies are recognised.. Their diet varies according to season; arthropods and larvae are the preferred food items Family: Scolopacidae.
  2. Tok
    The Knot is a medium-sized, short, stocky sandpiper that migrates to the UK in large numbers during winter from its Arctic breeding grounds. Commonly spotted feeding in estuaries around the coast, the largest numbers can be seen at high tide roosts in the depths of winter.
  3. Kagajin
    Knot, in zoology, any of several large, plump sandpiper birds in the genus Calidris of the subfamily Calidritinae (family Scolopacidae). The common knot (C. canutus), about 25 cm (10 inches) long including the bill, has a reddish breast in breeding plumage (hence another name, robin sandpiper); in winter it is plain breeds on dry, stony Arctic tundra and migrates great distances along.
  4. Zolobar
    The Red Knot breeding with six subspecies in the high Arctic tundra makes one of the longest migrations of any bird, traveling up to 16, km twice a year. The different knot populations are migrating in some of the largest non-stop leaps known from any species along all the main continental coastal flyways to their southern wintering sites. The species is highly dependent on large tidal flat.
  5. Tojashicage
    This bird was one of a flock of birds feeding on cherries. Previous to this sighting, the only other recording was in when two specimens were taken near St. Helens, east coast of Tasmania. The Spreyton specimen is held in the Tasmania Museum, Collection Number /B
  6. Kekus
    This sharply-marked bird with the curving topknot is common along the California coast and in a few other areas of the west. It has adapted rather well to the increasing human population, and is often found around well-wooded suburbs and even large city parks. California Quail live in coveys at most seasons, and are often seen strutting across clearings, nodding their heads at each step.
  7. Kigam
    The gallery contains birds that are seen in the Upper Texas Coast area. Includes photos and descriptions of behavior, habitat, and seasonal occurrence.
  8. Tasar
    Kites are generally slim birds with long, pointed wings. Mississippi Kite A summer resident in the southern U.S. from Texas to the East coast. Adults beautiful dark gray back with lighter gray head and underparts. Hint of salmon in wings. Like all kites, wings ling and pointed. White-tailed Kite.
  9. Shagami
    Other Florida Beach Birds. Roseate spoonbill – Bright pink, long-legged wading bird with a spoon-shaped bill.; Ibis – The white ibis has a white and red face with a curved, red bill.; Black skimmer – Jet black above, white below. Lower bill extends farther than upper bill. Flies over shallow water “skimming” its lower bill in the water until it snatches a fish.

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