American Bittern

American Bittern

Summary:

Literature American Bittern
[order] Ciconiiformes |

American Bittern determination[order] Ciconiiformes | [family] Ardeidae | [latin] Botaurus lentiginosus | [UK] American Bittern | [FR] Butor d’Amérique | [DE] Nordamerikanische Rohrdommel | [ES] Avetoro Lentiginoso | [IT] Tarabuso americano | [NL] Amerikaanse Roerdomp


Literature

Title
Geographical variation, sex and age in Great Bittern Botaurus stellaris using coloration and morphometrics
Author(s): MARINA DMITRENOK et al.
Abstract: Biometrics, plumage and bare-part colour of 87 Great Bitterns
Botaurus stellaris
from the UK,
France, Italy, Poland and Belarus, of known sex (sexed by behaviour, DNA or dissection),
were analysed to provide reliable sexing and ageing criteria fo..[more]..
Source: Ibis(2007),149, 37-44
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Title
HABITAT USE AND HOME RANGE OF AMERICAN BITTERNS (BOTAURUS LENTIGINOSUS) AND MONITORING OF INCONSPICUOUS MARSH BIRDS IN NORTHWEST MINNESOTA.
Author(s): SOCHEATA K. LOR
Abstract: An effective and efficient bird monitoring program is challenging to develop, given the different level of intensity of monitoring and the statistical vigor that monitoring programs must meet to effectively address specific objectives. I evaluated th..[more]..
Source: University of Missouri – Columbia
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Title
Copulatory Behavior of the American Bittern
Author(s): PAUL A. JOHNSGARD
Abstract: There appears to be almost no detailed information on the behavior associated with copulation in the American Bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus); Palmer (Ed., 1962, Handbook of North American birds, vol. 1, New Haven, Yale Univ. Press) has summarized th..[more]..
Source: unknown
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Title
Upland Nesting of American Bitterns, Marsh Hawks, and Short-Eared Owls
Author(s): Harold F. Duebbert and John T. Lokemoen
Abstract: Nests of American bitterns lentiginosus) marsh hawks (Circus cyaneus), and short-eared owls (Asio u ually found in wetland habitats. Although large marshes containing dense stands of bulrushes (Scirpus), (Typha) , or other wetland vegetation are favo..[more]..
Source: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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All of Ardeidae

  1. American Bittern
  2. Botaurus lentiginosus
  1. Cattle Egret
  2. Bubulcus ibis
  1. Great Bittern
  2. Botaurus stellaris
  1. Great Blue Heron
  2. Ardea herodias
  1. Great Egret
  2. Casmerodius albus
  1. Green Heron
  2. Butorides virescens
  1. Grey Heron
  2. Ardea cinerea
  1. Least Bittern
  2. Ixobrychus exilis
  1. Little Bittern
  2. Ixobrychus minutus
  1. Little Blue Heron
  2. Egretta caerulea
  1. Little Egret
  2. Egretta garzetta
  1. Purple Heron
  2. Ardea purpurea
  1. Western Reef Heron
  2. Egretta gularis
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