Scolopax rusticola


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Noun1.Scolopax rusticola - short-legged long-billed migratory Old World woodcockScolopax rusticola - short-legged long-billed migratory Old World woodcock
woodcock - game bird of the sandpiper family that resembles a snipe
genus Scolopax, Scolopax - type of the Scolopacidae: Old World woodcocks
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Scolopax rusticola reported as local resident is Passage migrant: Anas clypeata, Anas penelope, Aythya ferina, Aythya fuligula, Hippolais pallida, Larus ridibundus and Tadorna ferruginea that were reported to be winter migrants were found to be summer migrants whereas Columba oenas and Montifringilla nivalis reported to be summer migrant, were determined to be local residents.
([paragraph]) Eurasian woodcocks (Scolopax rusticola) are more prone than other species to window collisions during nocturnal migration; thus, their deaths (54 carcasses reported) might not be related to HPAI.
This study compares the influence of air temperature and precipitation on abundance of waterfowl (Anas spp., Anser albifrons and Fulica atra), woodcock (Scolopax rusticola), skylark (Alauda arvensis) and meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis), representative species of wetland, woodland and farmland ecosystems, in Hellas (Greece).
cisne negro Galinha-de- Gallinula Common agua chloropus moorhen Galinhola Scolopax rusticola Woodcock Ganso, ganso Anser spp.
Mi faswn yn disgwyl gweld adar a phigau hir ganddyn nhw i lawr ar fin y mor, neu ar lan pwll neu afon ond nid yng nghanol coed, ond aderyn y coed ydi'r cyffylog (Scolopax rusticola; woodcock).
In a study of woodcock Scolopax rusticola, Duriez et al.
The bird in the photo on page 60 is a European woodcock (Scolopax rusticola), not an American woodcock (notice the barring on the leg of this bird--whereas underparts of American woodcock are buffy, not barred--and how the pattern on the wing differs from the North American species.
Diolch yn fawr i Glyn Robinson o Gaernarfon am roi gwybod iddo weld pum cyffylog (Scolopax rusticola; woodcock) yn yr ardd yn ystod yr eira diweddar.
In particular, the Commission considers that the prohibition period in Finland for the hunting of certain common birds, which was recently extended to cover the period from April 10 to July 31, is still not extensive enough to fully cover the entire spring migration and breeding season of these species.In addition, the Commission considers that Finland is not justified in relying on derogations to allow the hunting of certain waterfowl species during Spring in certain municipalities on the Southern coast of Finland and on the ?land Islands (for example, Velvet Scoter, Melanitta fusca and Woodcock Scolopax rusticola).