VERTEBRATA - VERTEBRATA
Detachment: Charadriiformes - Charadriiformes
Author: Buturlin, 1910
Category: 3 is a sporadically widespread subspecies, rare in the European part of the range.
Spread: The type specimen was described from the upper reaches of the Ob (the Alei River). The area occupies the center and south of the European part of Russia, West. and, in part, Central Siberia [1-4]. North. the border runs in the upper Volga, captures the lake. Kubenskoe, rr. Sukhona, Vagu, the middle reaches of the Northern Dvina, the middle reaches of the Pechora and the upper reaches of the Ilych, in the West. Siberia along the Ob reaches Salekhard. East. distributed to the lower reaches of the Abakan, on the Yenisei, only fly-overs were recorded. South the border of the range in the Asian chati goes beyond Russia, in the European it captures the Volga delta, the Caspian coast, r. Terek, coasts of the Black and Azov seas. Zap. the border of the range runs outside of Russia. Within the range, especially in the European part, it occurs sporadically: in the bass. Dona nests in places on the Upper and Middle Don and large tributaries, the Don-Tsimlyanskiy sands. It is widely distributed along the Volga and its main tributaries; it is absent in most of the Volga reservoirs [7-15]. Breeds in the upper and middle reaches of the Northern Dvina, Pechora and their tributaries. The Ob inhabits from Barnaul to Salekhard, nests on the Irtysh, Ishim, Tobol and the lower reaches of their main tributaries. Nesting was noted on the lake. Chany, r. Chulym, rivers Yuzh. Urals, Saratov Trans-Volga region, middle course of the Desna.
Habitat: Kulik-magpie is a narrow stenobiont, nesting mainly along the sea coasts, in well-developed valleys of large and medium-sized rivers, along the coastline of fresh and salty lakes in areas with sandy-pebble shoals, spits, islands weakly fixed by vegetation. Avoids swampy and wooded banks, rivers with narrow deeply incised valleys. Occasionally nests in floodplain meadows, choosing areas with low grass stand (abandoned roads, fireplaces, drifts, etc.). Cases of nesting have been recorded in potato fields and on dumps and alluvial maps of sand pits. Reproduction begins at the age of 47-59 months, the life expectancy established for the nominative subspecies is 35 years. A significant proportion of birds do not breed annually, remaining in the nesting area. Breeds in solitary pairs, in some cases together with Lesser and River Terns. In clutch there are 2-4, more often 3 eggs. One clutch per season. The easy accessibility of the nests determines the high mortality rate of clutches - up to 38%. Refers to distant migrants, winters on the coasts of the Red Sea, Persian Gulf., India, East. Africa [1.4], Mediterranean Sea. It feeds on sea beaches, on sandy and rocky littoral zones, on muddy shoals that are released at low tide, along the banks of lower reaches of rivers. The shores, steeply into the water and with narrow beaches, are unsuitable for nesting and feeding. It feeds on invertebrates (crustaceans, molluscs, insects).
Number: On sowing. the European part of Russia as a whole is not numerous, in the central and southern. parts are rare. In the bass. In the Sea of Azov, the largest nesting groups are known on the Taman Peninsula (60 pairs) and Dono-Tsimlyanskiy sands (100-150 pairs) [25-27], in other districts nests in single pairs [28,29]. Along the Volga it is not numerous in the delta, more common in the Volga-Akhtubinskaya floodplain. Before the creation of reservoirs, it was common throughout the Middle Volga, at present it nests only in scattered small groups or single pairs, the number, for example, in the region of the Kuibyshev Reservoir, has sharply decreased. On the Upper Volga and most of its tributaries, it is rare, the number is low. In Bashkortostan, it is rare with a constant tendency to decrease in numbers. Some very rare pairs are found on large and medium-sized rivers (Dema, Sakmara, etc.). For most regions of the Center of Russia, it is a rare or very rare subspecies that are declining in numbers.In the area of the Oka Nature Reserve, up to 4 pairs / 10 km of the Oka channel nested, on the river. Sura in the Penza region. 8-10 pairs nest, in the Ulyanovsk region. 50-60 pairs. In the Molozhsky spur of the Rybinsk Reservoir. in 1967-1971 numbered 0.5 individuals / 10 km of coast. More common in Vyatka, where the number is only in the Kirov region. 700-800 nesting pairs. On the Pechora and its tributaries, it is rare - 0.02–0.18 individuals / 10 km of river channels [33, 34]. In general, in the European part of Russia there are 2-4 thousand breeding pairs. The state of the population in the Asian part of the range of the mainland subspecies, in the bass, is relatively safe. Obi, south. Trans-Urals. In the subzone sowing. taiga in the Ob floodplain, the population density in nesting habitats reaches 21 individuals / km2. To the south, the number sharply decreases, amounting to 2-3 individuals / km2 in the middle taiga. To the south. taiga is common on small rivers of the Ob floodplain, rare on the Irtysh and rivers of the subtaiga zone [35,36]. In the bass. The Yenisei River in the Minusinsk Basin is very rare and the number is decreasing. The main limiting factors are the natural limitedness of nesting sites, low rates of reproduction, and sensitivity to the disturbance factor. The decline in the number was facilitated by a reduction in the area of nesting habitats (due to the construction of reservoirs), their degradation as a result of increased recreational use, an increase in the pressure of predators in floodplains, incl. corvids [14,38].
Security: Included in the Appendix of the agreement concluded between Russia and India on the protection of migratory birds. A small part of the population is protected in the Astrakhan, Darvinsky and some other reserves and national parks. On the territory of Russia, special protection measures are required for the European part of the range of the mainland subspecies. It is necessary to identify the main places of concentration on nesting and their inclusion in specially protected or natural areas with limited economic and recreational use during the nesting period.
Sources: 1. Gladkov, 1951, 2. Zinoviev, 1980, 3. Ivanov et al., 1953, 4. Kozlova, 1961, 5. Rogacheva, 1988, 6. Belik, 1988, 7. Ayupov, 1980, 8. Bakka, 1990 , 9. Vorontsov, 1967, 10. Kotyukov et al., In press, 11. Krivonosov et al., 1973, 12. Plessky, 1977, 13. Ptushenko, Inozemtsev, 1968, 14. Soloviev et al., 1993, 15 Frolov, 1991, 16. Gordeev, 1977, 17. Gyngazov, Milovidov, 1977, 18. Ilyichev, Fomin, 1988, 19. Lebedeva, 1973, 20. Lozov, Shpilenok, 1990, 21. Balandin, 1990, 22. Bianki , 1967, 23. Kusenkov, 1990, 24. Bianki, Nels, 1985, 25. Belik et al., 1991, 26. Belik, Bakhtadze, 1982, 27. Tilba, 1983, 28. Vorobiev, 1990, 29. Sarychev and others, 1990, 30. Gerasimov et al., 1992, 31. Borodin, personal. communication, 32. Kartashev, 1973, 33. Estafiev, 1981, 34. Estafiev, 1983, 35. Ravkin, 1978, 36. Ravkin, Lukyanova, 1976, 37. Prokofiev, 1987, 38. Sarychev, 1990.
Magellan oystercatcher is a bird of the oystercatcher family.
The species is common in Argentina, Chile and the Falkland Islands. Found on sandy coasts and freshwater lakes.
The body is 42 - 46 cm long, the wing length is from 23.7 to 26.7 cm, the body weight is 585 - 700 g. The head, chest, back, wings and tail are black. The belly, undertail and feathers on the inner side of the wings are white. Long orange beak. The periocular ring is yellow.
Breeds in inland regions in alpine meadows. In the extramarital period, it migrates to the sea coast. It feeds on earthworms and insect larvae, on the seashore - on mollusks, crabs and polychaetes. The breeding season is between September and October. The nest is a shallow depression in the sand or among the seaweed washed ashore. Clutch consists of two dark olive brown or green eggs.
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What does it look like
The oystercatcher (Haematopus unicolor) is a fairly large representative of the family. The total body length can reach 50 cm, the mass of individual males is 720 g. It is named variable because the color of the underside of its body can vary greatly: from completely black to white and gray with streaks. The color of the upper body plumage is always black. The bird's beak is bright red and the legs are pink. A bright red or orange ring is well pronounced around the eyes.
Lifestyle and nutrition
They can wield their beak like a can opener, for example, if they need to open the shell of a bivalve mollusk, they clamp it between stones, and then insert a sharp beak into a thin gap and open the shell.
The basis of the diet is molluscs, crustaceans, insect larvae and earthworms.
Enemies are various birds of prey and, of course, humans. Tourists often ravage bird nests hidden among the rocks.
The couple arranges a nest among the rocks or directly on the shore. It is a small, conical silt structure sometimes lined with seaweed. Chicks leave the parent nest very early, just six weeks after birth. Up to this point, the male and female faithfully care for the younger generation.
The Variable Oystercatcher is endemic to New Zealand. It dwells on rocky, sandy and muddy beaches, where it can find a sufficient amount of suitable food for itself.