Unfortunately, poisoning is one of the main causes of the decline of the griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus) population in Cyprus -- poisoning was the cause of the death of seven griffons in the period 2015-2016 and one of the reasons for the disappearance of the cinereous
vulture as a nesting species, while several species of birds of prey are poisoned each year by baits," it said.
The secretary bird was observed as being attacked by one of the cohoused cinereous
vultures (Aegypius monachus) 2 months before the initial symptoms were apparent.
5sn, Plug Szr20u3esz6, Braid Plc 24/30 L=270mm, Plug Szr28p7esz9, Hose Z Pvc-P White Or Cinereous
As the smoke thickened and rose to the sky, the burial master--"bshan-pa" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] recited scriptures to pray for Zaxi and summoned his natural assistants from the sky, the cinereous
The great gray owl is also known as the great gray ghost, phantom of the North, cinereous
owl, spectral owl, Lapland owl, spruce owl, bearded owl and sooty owl.
Residing there are also many protected animals such as the argali sheep (Ovis ammon), the snow leopard (Panthera uncia), the wolf (Canis lupus), the stoat (Mustela erminea), the lynx (Lynx lynx), the cinereous
vulture (Aegypius monachus), and the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos).
Stem cylindrical, cinereous
, indumentum conspicuous, with papillae trichotomous; internodes 2-4.
Little knowest thou of the burning of a WorldPhoenix, who fanciest that she must first burn out, and lie as a dead cinereous
heap; and therefrom the young one start up by miracle, and fly heavenward.
Adults of the bird called the cinereous
mourner (Laniocera hypopyrra) are gray with a few brownish spots on the shoulders.
Warbling-finch Poospiza cinerea Bonaparte (Emberizidae) is a Neotropical grassland bird considered rare with population declining due to habitat loss (Stotz et al.
The pocket-sized set offers smooth consistency and vivid luminosity with pigments including French Vermillion, Cinereous
Blue and Payne's Grey.
Blue rock pigeon, House sparrow, Common crow, Common babbler, Maina, Parrot, Peacock, Long-billed vulture, White-rumped vulture, Cinereous
vulture, Egyptian vulture, Eurasian griffon, Himalayan griffon and Kite) and in Ranthambore National Park, a crocodile with amputated limb, probably caused by predatory attack by the tiger.