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guanay

(ˈɡwɑːneɪ)
n
(Animals) a white-breasted cormorant, Phalacrocorax bougainvillii, found in Peru and northern Chile
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Bolivia a nivel mundial es considerado uno de los paises de mayor biodiversidad y riqueza natural, en especial el norte del departamento de La Paz, donde se encuentra la mayor biodiversidad de los andes tropicales y el area protegida Madidi que involucra a las provincias Franz Tamayo, Abel Iturralde y Bautista Saavedra, y los municipios de Apolo, San Buenaventura, Ixiamas, Pelechuco, Guanay y Curva.
Cells at San Pedro exist in eight different housing sections named Posta, Pinos, Alamos, San Martin, Prefectura, Palmar, Guanay, and Cancha (Young and McFadden 2003, 80; Estefania 2009).
Localidades superiores a los 2 000 m, como las del Cerro Marahuaca (2 900 m) han sido muestreadas sin exito no asi para especies de mosquitos en alturas por debajo de esa cota, como en Auyantepui, Yutaje y Guanay (Navarro et al.
Most of the birds on Peru's guano islands are guanay cormorants, but there are also some boobies and pelicans.
Both La Vieja and Santa Rosa are guano islands where hundreds of thousands of seabirds, mainly guanay cormorants (Phalacrocorax bougainvillii Lesson 1837) and Peruvian boobies (Sula variegata Tschudi 1843), used to congregate.
In the south and southwest of the island, where about 4500 nesting Peruvian Boobies Sula variegate and 500 Guanay cormorants Phalacrocorax bougainvilli were recorded, 65 Wedge-rumped storm petrel nests were found.
For example, in the Serrania de la Neblina the preliminary account reported seven undescribed species (McDiarmid & Paolillo, 1988), and Gorzula & Senaris (1998) mentioned Eleutherodactylinae series A from Cerro Guanay (estado Bolivar), and Eleutherodactylinae series B, from several tepui summits in Estado Bolivar.
chilensis Phoenicopteriformes Malay Great Argus Argusianus argus Galliformes Kenya Crested Guttera edouardi Galliformes Guineafowl Wild Turkey Meleagris gallopavo Galliformes Bulwer's Pheasant Lophura bulweri Galliformes American White Pelecanus erythrorhynchos Pelecaniformes Pelican Guanay Cormorant Phalacrocorax Pelecaniformes bougainvillii Brown Pelican Pelecanus occidentalis Pelecaniformes Domestic Goose Anser sp.
Before there were more birds--more guanay cormorants, more pelicans, more boobies--and there was a thicker cap of guano on the island," says Victor Ropon.
The most important birds on the Peruvian coast as accumulators of guano are, or more accurately were, the guanay cormorant (Phalacrocorax bougainvillii), the Peruvian booby (Sula variegata), the brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis), and the blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii).
Nuestro guanay no ha tenido esa cancion que merece.