隼形目 Falconiformes[编辑]. *鷹科 Accipitridae. *黑鳶 - Milvus migrans (w:Black Kite) ※迷鳥 ...
Band 4. Falconiformes. Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, Frankfurt. Mathieu, R. & Choisy, J.P. 1982. L'Aigle Royal Aquila ...
Orden falconiformes. Familia accipitridae. Ave de color gris- plomo, con áreas ferruginosas, blancas, negras y cafés. SINÓN: ...
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Beebe, F. L. (1974). "Goshawk." In Field studies of the Falconiformes of British Columbia, 54-62. Br. Columbia Prov. Mus. Occas ... Gryz, J., & Krauze-Gryz, D. (2014). The influence of raptors (Falconiformes) and ravens (Corvus corax) on populations of game ... Sherrod, S. K. (1978). "Diets of North American Falconiformes". Raptor Res. 12 (3/4): 49-121. Mikula, P.; Morelli, F.; Lučan, R ... 11). Bent, A. C. (1938). Life histories of North American birds of prey: order Falconiformes (No. 170). US Government Printing ...
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Order Falconiformes) (PDF). Holarctic Birds of Prey. Adenex & WWGBP. pp. 29-48.. ...
"Falconiformes" redirects here. For the other birds of prey listed in the traditional order, see Accipitrimorphae. ... Traditionally, the raptors were grouped into four families in the single order Falconiformes, but many thought this group to be ... In agreement with the split of Falconiformes and Accipitriformes, comparative genome analysis published in 2008 suggested that ... American Ornithologists' Union (2009) Check-list of North American Birds, Tinamiformes to Falconiformes 7th Edition. ...
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Molecular systematics of holarctic raptors (Order Falconiformes) (PDF). Holarctic Birds of Prey. Adenex & WWGBP. pp. 29-48.. ...
... s feed on a wide variety of organisms.[5] They eat primarily invertebrates, but have been known to consume rodents, reptiles and birds.[3][5] Two primary forms of hunting are employed: hover hunting and perch hunting.[6] Hover hunting describes the method whereby the kestrel remains stationary in the air with minimal wing flapping by utilizing updrafts.[7] Hover hunting generally happens at medium to high windspeeds.[7] It is usually small prey (such as insects) which are caught via this method, and are subsequently eaten during flight.[7] Perch hunting is when the kestrel utilizes either natural (for instance cliffs and trees) or artificial (for instance electricity pylons and telephone poles) perches to scan the surrounding area for prey.[7] Rock kestrels have been observed following baboons through grasslands and catching the insect species flushed out.[6] There are also reports of rock kestrels robbing nests for young birds and eating termites on the floor.[7] Their call is a ...
Falconiformes Family: Falconidae Subfamily: Falconinae Genus: Falco. Linnaeus, 1758 Species: F. novaeseelandiae ...
Order Falconiformes). In: Chancellor, R.D., Meyburg, B.-U. & Ferrero, J.J. (eds.): Holarctic Birds of Prey: 29-48. Adenex & ...
Order: Falconiformes Family: Falconidae Falconidae is a family of diurnal birds of prey. They differ from hawks, eagles, and ...
Hou LianHai (1984). "The Aragonian Vertebrate Fauna of Xiacaswan, Jang - 2. Aegypinae (Falconiformes, Aves)" (PDF). Vertebrata ...
The same study found that the falcons in the order Falconiformes were only distantly related to the other diurnal birds of prey ... Bennett, G. F.; Earlé, R. A.; Peirce, M. A. (1993). "The Leucocytozoidae of South African birds: The Falconiformes and ... The species was usually placed in its own family Sagittariidae within the order Falconiformes. A large molecular phylogenetic ... The families Cathartidae, Sagittariidae, Pandionidae and Accipitridae were therefore moved from Falconiformes to the ...
In 1977, Greiner and Kocan in an extensive examination of species in the order Falconiformes declared that the only valid ... Greiner EC, Kocan AA (1977). "Leucocytozoon (Haemosporida; Leucocytozoidae) of the falconiformes". Can. J. Zool. 55 (5): 761-70 ...
Boyd, John H. "Falconiformes". Taxonomy in Flux Checklist. Retrieved 11 March 2016. Myers, P. R.; C. S. Parr; T. Jones; G. S. ... The falcons and caracaras are around 60 species of diurnal birds of prey that make up the order Falconiformes. The family is ... Falconiformes, Accipitriformes, and Cathartiformes". In Sarasola, J.; Grande, J.; Negro, J. (eds.). Birds of Prey: Biology and ...
doi:10.1111/j.1474-919x.2012.01222.x. Boyd, John H. "Falconiformes". Taxonomy in Flux Checklist. Retrieved 26 September 2014. ...
Falconiformes [hawks] (e.g., Falco [kestrel], Aquila [eagle], Buteo [buzzard], Neophron [vulture], Milvus [kite]) Order 8. ...
Falconiformes (birds of prey)Edit. *Jamaican caracara, Caracara tellustris †. Psittaciformes (parrots)Edit. *Kakapo, Strigops ...
These families were traditionally grouped together in a single order Falconiformes but are now split into two orders, the ... 2013). "DNA barcoding and evolutionary relationships in Accipiter Brisson, 1760 (Aves, Falconiformes: Accipitridae) with a ... Falconiformes and Accipitriformes. The Cathartidae are sometimes placed separately in an enlarged stork family, Ciconiiformes, ...
Order: Falconiformes Family: Falconidae Falconidae is a family of diurnal birds of prey, notably the falcons and caracaras. ...
Order Falconiformes *Falco cherrug, saker falcon (2013[66]). *Falco peregrinus, peregrine falcon (2013[66]) ...
Falconiformes (falcons and relatives). *Psittaciformes (parrots). *Passeriformes (perching birds). Afroaves. *Cathartiformes ( ...
Order: Falconiformes Family: Falconidae Falconidae is a family of diurnal birds of prey, notably the falcons and caracaras. ...