Bean goose


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ánsar campestreganso de las habas
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In this study, Mandarin Ducks spent a similar proportion of their time foraging as the Ferruginous Pochard Aythya nyroca (Muzaffar, 2004), and less than that of the Tundra Bean Goose Anser fabalis (64%) (Liu, 2011), Swan Goose Anser cygnoides (60.2%) (Zhang, 2009), and Tundra Swan (30.52%) (Shao et al., 2018).
Perfect timing, indeed, for both Jonet and Charls and they were able to capture images of several migratory birds such as the rare black-faced spoonbill, the tundra bean goose, and a number of other coastal birds that landed during the storm.
European Bewick's Swan (Cygnus columbianus bewickii) and Bean Goose (Anser fabalis) actively use farmlands in winter; however, their populations are of conservation concern because their numbers are in decline (Fox et al., 2010; Rees and Beekman, 2010).
A question on the fate of the bean goose brought a response from a member of the audience who said that the bird could be seen in the Castle Douglas area until the mid-1980s in bad winters.
The samples were collected from the following species of birds: Taiga Bean Goose (Anser fabalis johanseni), Siberian Thrush (Geokichla sibirica), Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos), Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris), Redwing (Turdus iliacus), Black-Throated Thrush (Turdus atrogularis), Common Tern (Sterna hirundo), Green Sandpiper (Tringa ochropus), Common Greenshank (Tringa nebularia), Red-Throated Flycatcher (Ficedula albicilla), Temminck's Stint (Calidris temminckii), and Dusky Warbler (Phylloscopus fuscatus).
Although the Greater Whitefronted Goose is lumped with Canada Goose (Branta canadensis) and Bean Goose (Anser fabalis) in the mid-winter censuses, under the name of "dark geese," the Canada Goose if present, occurs in low numbers (indeed, we did not record any), and the Bean Goose is very unlikely to be in our area.
A Bean Goose and a Greenland White-fronted Goose were picked out among a flock of 2,500 Pink-footed Geese at Shotwick at the weekend, while the family group of Greenland White-fronts remain in the Vale of Clwyd near Denbigh.
A bean goose, known only to live in Europe, was first seen in the Philippines, in Candaba, in March 2010, according to the Fauna and Flora International, the oldest conservation group in the world.
Many of the pinks bobbed about on the water, but I failed to pin down the taiga bean goose seen by Neill Hunt and Paul Thomason a week earlier.
(1997) described the keratinization of the dorsal epitlielium of the tongue of Middendorff's bean goose. This bird did not present lingual papillae in the anterior and posterior regions.
tested (%) Wadden Species Randbol Sea Greylag goose 0/8 1 ([dagger]) /37 (2.7) Pink-footed goose -- -- Barnacle goose -- -- Taiga bean goose -- -- Tundra bean goose -- -- White-fronted goose -- -- Canada goose -- -- Hybrid -- -- All species 0/8 1/37 (2.7) No.