Streptopelia turtur


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Noun1.Streptopelia turtur - the common European wild dove noted for its plaintive cooingStreptopelia turtur - the common European wild dove noted for its plaintive cooing
turtledove - any of several Old World wild doves
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It said the turtle dove (Streptopelia turtur) is a migratory species which is globally threatened, with its populations in Europe having declined by 79 per cent from 1980 until 2014.
macroura o Streptopelia turtur; en los muestreos realizados en este trabajo no se observo la interaccion con ninguna otra especie de paloma, aunque en los sitios de muestreo se observaron comunmente paloma domestica (Columba livia) y Tortolita cola larga (Columbina inca).
European Turtledove (Streptopelia turtur) inhabits wooded shrubland matrix with irrigated fruit, but it avoids dense shrubland due to a lack of adequate food resources.
"Two turtle doves" sy 'na yn y fersiwn Saesneg, ac mae'r durtur (Streptopelia turtur; turtle dove) yn aderyn sydd wedi prinhau yn ein gerddi yn ystod y blynyddoedd diwethaf a'r durtur dorchog (Streptopelia decaocto; collared dove) wedi ymddangos yn ei lle.
5) species which have intermediate intolerance to disturbance and suffer a high harvest including quail Coturnix coturnix and secondly turtle dove Streptopelia turtur. These species have additional similarities.
(15,18) In nonpsittacine species, seminomas have been reported in domestic fowl, mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos), guinea fowl (Numida meleagris), dove (Streptopelia turtur), pigeon (Columba livia), swan (Cygnus species), Jardine's babbler (Turdoides bicolor), turkey, and quail (Coturnix species).