Milvus migrans


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Noun1.Milvus migrans - dark Old World kite feeding chiefly on carrionMilvus migrans - dark Old World kite feeding chiefly on carrion
kite - any of several small graceful hawks of the family Accipitridae having long pointed wings and feeding on insects and small animals
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The diets of Eurasian sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus and Black kite Milvus migrans occupying Lal Sohanra National Park at Bahawalpur, southern Punjab were analyzed.
Among the major cities of the world, the national Capital has the highest density of black kites ( Milvus migrans govinda).
Phylogeographic relationships of the Black Kite Milvus migrans.
1 7 Coracias abyssinica 2 8 4 14 15 Cursorius temminckii - - - - - Elanus caeruleus - - - - - Eupodotus savilei 3 5 10 9 4 Falco naumanni 11 10 7 3 4 Halcyon senegalensis 12 12 13 3 2 Lamprotornis caudatus 6 8 6 2 10 Lamprotornis chalybaeus - - - - - Lanius meridionalis - - - - - Lanius senator - 1 1 1 - Leptoptilos crumeniferus - - - - - Macronyx croceus - - - - - Merops albicollis 47 160 78 39 79 Milvus migrans - - - - - Mirafra cantillans 28 44 55 40 24 Motacilla flava - - - - - Myrmecocichla aethiops - - - - - Neotis denhami - - - - - Oenanthe oenanthe - - - - - Oenanthe sp.
African Black kite Milvus migrans and pied hornbill Tochus nasutus are the most abundant, while carmelite sunbird Nectarina spp, long tail glossy starling Lamprotornis caudatus, slender billed bulbul Andropardus virens and abyssinian roller Coracias abyssinica were sighted in the forest and beaches.
Haplorchis pumilio was originally described from two species of birds, Pelecanus onocrotalus and Milvus migrans in Egypt [6].
The function of aggressive chases by breeding Black and Red Kites Milvus migrans and Milvus milvus during the post-fledging dependence period.
Mean concentrations of heavy metals (in mg/kg) in different organs of Passer domesticus (house sparrow) and Milvus migrans (black kite).