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    Baer's pochard (Aythya baeri) - fuligule de Baer, m - milouin de Baer, m - morillon de Baer, m …

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    Baer's pochard (Aythya baeri) ornith. - fuligule de Baer, m - milouin de Baer, m - morillon de Baer, m (Aythya baeri)

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    https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22680384/...

     ... Taxonomy in detail

    Scientific name   Aythya baeri

    Authority      (Radde, 1863)

    Synonyms

    Common names

    English      Baer's Pochard

    Taxonomic sources   del Hoyo, J., Collar, N.J., Christie, D.A., Elliott, A. and Fishpool, L.D.C. 2014. HBW and BirdLife International Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World. Volume 1: Non-passerines. Lynx Edicions BirdLife International, Barcelona, Spain and Cambridge, UK. ...


    http://datazone.birdlife.org/species/factshee...

     CR                 Baer's Pochard Aythya baeri

     ... Threats                 Little quantified data exists on the causes of decline of Baer’s Pochard. However, the principal threats are thought to be habitat loss and degradation, particularly from drainage and rice cultivation, and unsustainable exploitation for food, both of fledged birds and eggs (R. Hearn in litt. 2016). It seems likely that the long-term decline was caused predominantly by habitat loss, and the apparent recent exacerbation of the decline is due to over-harvesting of what had already become a small and localised population (R. Hearn in litt. 2016). ...


    https://www.eaaflyway.net/identification-of-b...

     Identification of Baer’s Pochard (Aythya baeri) and Baer’s-type Birds

     ... As part of the fledgling Species Action Plan and Task Force (under the EAAFP), we were asked by the coordinator to collate records of the now Critically Endangered Baer’s Pochard Aythya baeri in Korea. We were able to trace about 20 records in the Republic of Korea (ROK) since 1994, though undoubtedly a few more records exist and we still welcome receiving any reports of this species on the Korean Peninsula, however old or recent (please with date, location, sex and age, and an indication of whether there are images or not). ...


    https://birdsoftheworld.org/bow/species/baepo...

      Baer's Pochard Aythya baeri Scientific name definitions

       CR Critically Endangered Names (23) Monotypic

     ... Identification

    41–47 cm; male c. 880 g, female c. 680 g (1); wingspan 70–79 cm (2). Small, compact duck with very dark general coloration and large white wingbar distinctive in flight (1) (being duller, especially on primaries, than A. nyroca) (3). Generally resembles A. fuligula, but rounded head and bill shape recall A. ferina (2), with larger bill than A. nyroca (3). Male has green-glossed head and neck in breeding plumage, blackish-brown upperparts , dark chestnut breast, paler chestnut and white flanks , white vent (recalling A. nyroca, which is overall more rufescent and smaller) (1), ...


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baer%27s_pochard

     Baer's pochard (Aythya baeri) is a diving duck found in eastern Asia. It breeds in southeast Russia and northeast China, migrating in winter to southern China, Vietnam, Japan, and India. The name commemorates the Estonian naturalist Karl Ernst von Baer.[2]

    At 41–46 cm (16–18 in), it is similar in size and stance to its close relative, the ferruginous duck (A. nyroca), although the coloration of the drakes (males) is entirely different. Baer's pochard males are similar to those of the greater scaup (A. marila), but have a dark back and upper flanks; the white lower flanks and belly are conspicuous. The females of Baer's pochard and the ferruginous duck are quite similar, but that holds true for the females of almost all Aythya species. Eclipse males resemble females, but retain the white eye.[3] ...


    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuligule_de_Baer

     Le Fuligule de Baer (Aythya baeri), aussi milouin de Baer ou morillon de Baer est une espèce d'oiseaux de la famille des Anatidae. Elle a été nommée en l'honneur de Karl Ernst von Baer.

    Répartition

    Il réside en Manchourie ; son aire d'hivernage s'étend de l'est de l'Inde à Taiwan et le sud de la Thaïlande.

    Alimentation

    Cet oiseau possède un régime omnivore incluant également du riz. 

     ... Classe   Aves

    Ordre   Anseriformes

    Famille   Anatidae

    Genre   Aythya

    Espèce   Aythya baeri   (Radde, 1863) ...


    https://www.oiseaux.net/oiseaux/fuligule.de.b...

     Fuligule de Baer

    Aythya baeri - Baer's Pochard

     Description de la famille

    Les Anatidés sont des oiseaux de taille moyenne à grande, occupant tous les continents, excepté l'Antarctique. La famille est forte de quelque 165 espèces. Ils sont très liés à l'eau, majoritairement aux eaux douces. Leurs pattes courtes sont palmées, ce qui constitue une adaptation à la n... lire la suite

    Description identification

    Zones humides terrestres : lacs eau douce perm. (+8ha), mares/marais eau douce perm. ...


    https://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca/tpv2alpha/a...

     ... Français

    Domaine(s)      Oiseaux

    Entrée(s) universelle(s)   Aythya baeri   latin

       fuligule de Baer         correct, nom masculin

       morillon de Baer         correct, nom masculin

    OBS   Oiseau de la famille des Anatidae. ...


    https://dibird.com/species/baers-pochard/

     Baer's Pochard / Aythya baeri

     ... Conservation status

                       CR - Critically endangered ...

     ... French   ..., Morillon de Baer, Fuligule de Bear, Milouin de Baer, ...


    https://www.aerien.ch/oiseaux/Aythya_baeri.php

     Fuligule de Baer

    Anseriformes > Anatidae > Aythya baeri   (Radde, 1863)

    Baer's Pochard (en) ; Baermoorente (de) ; Moriglione di Baer (it) ; Porrón de Baer (es)

    long : 41 - 46 cm | env : 70 - 79 cm | poids : ♂ 880 g ; ♀ 680 g

    Description : Oeil clair, se distingue des autres Fuligules par la combinaison de noir à la tête, au cou et sur le dessus du corps, beige-brun et blanc sur les flancs. En vol ressemble au Fuligule nyroca, mais la barre blanche sur le dessus des ailes n'est pas aussi étendue sur les primaires extérieures. En plumage hivernal, le mâle ressemble à la femelle mais conserve ses yeux blancs.

    La femelle a la tête arrondie sans touffe à la nuque, son plumage est marqué par le contraste entre la tête sombre, le brun de la poitrine et le blanc sur l'avant des flancs qui la distinguent du Fuligule nyroca et Fuligule morillon. ...


    https://treaties.un.org/doc/Publication/UNTS/...

     ... Recuei des Traites

    Traites et accords internationaux euregistres ou classe's et inscrits au repertoire au Secretariat de l'Organisation des Nations Unies ...

     ... 57. Canard souchet   (Anas clypeata)   

    58. Milouin      (Aythya ferina)

    59. Morillon de Baer   (Aythya baeri)

    60. Fuligule morillon      (Aythya fuligula)

    61. Morillon tate noire   (Aythya marila)

    62. Eider de Steller      (Polysticta stelleri) ...


    https://avibase.bsc-eoc.org/species.jsp?lang=...

     Fuligule de Baer

    Aythya baeri (Radde, 1863)

    ... Ordre:       Anseriformes

    Famille:       Anatidae

    Genre:       Aythya

    scientifique:    Aythya baeri

    Citation:       (Radde, 1863) ...

     .... français:   ... , Fuligule de Bear, Milouin de Baer, Morillon de Baer ...


    Authorno me bré (700807) 09 Oct 21, 18:03
     
     
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