common murre


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Related to common murre: pigeon guillemot, Ancient Murrelet
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Noun1.common murre - the most frequent variety of murrecommon murre - the most frequent variety of murre  
murre - black-and-white diving bird of northern seas
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Bottom: 360-degree image of a common murre egg Natural History Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark, circa 2013 Constructed from eight individual photos joined together in a Mercator projection.
47) In a hypothetical case of a common murre in good body condition (1025 g) with chemical burns, maintenance energy requirement is assumed to be 1.
brevirostris Tern (unidentified) * 112 73 Arctic Tern Sterna 112 7% 73 paradisea Aleutian Tern 120 78 Onychoprion aleuticus Murre (unidentified) * 965 627 Common Murre Uria aalge 966 628 Thick-billed Murre V.
Non-breeders may visit colonies later in the season and for several years prior to breeding, as reported for Ancient Murrelet (Synthliboramphus antiquus) (Gaston 1992) and Common Murre (Uria aalge), in which subadults tend to arrive earlier at the colony as they become older, and some subadults visit non-natal colonies prior to returning to their natal colony to breed (Halley and Harris 1993; Halley and others 1995).
Evaluating occurrence and magnitude of common murre mortalities in Kenai Fjords National Park.
We analyzed avian egg control (QC04-ERM1: common murre, Uria aalge, and thick-billed murre, Uria lomvia; National Institute of Standards and Technology, Charleston, SC, USA), finding concentrations within 60% of the reference values for all POP compounds (Vander Pol et al.
An amazing array of birds: pigeon guillemot, pelogic cormorant, tufted puffin, horned puffin, common murre, Kittlitz's murrelet, eagles, seagulls and more.
In the current case study, we deal with the common murre restoration program in Spain.
2 million seabirds disrupted offshore currents and damaged the food chain, resulting in the largest ever die-off of the common murre, the refuge's most populous seabird resident.
It is hypothesized that whale stock resurgence, coupled with the 1977 regime shift that favored the proliferation of groundfish species, may have reduced prey availability to other piscivores in the system and may have led to declines seen in harbor seal (Phoca vitulina), Steller sea lion, northern fur seal (Callorhinus ursinus), common murre (Uria aalge), thick-billed murre (U.
The bird, a common murre (Uria aalge), was one of 1,254 oily fowl found injured or dead along beaches from Point Reyes to Monterey in Northern California, where globs of mystery oil began washing up last winter.