Literature Fieldfare
[order] Passeriformes | [family]

Fieldfare determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Turdidae | [latin] Turdus pilaris | [UK] Fieldfare | [FR] Grive litorne | [DE] Wacholderdrossel | [ES] Zorzal Real | [IT] Cesena | [NL] Kramsvogel


Nest defence strategies in the Fieldfare Turdus pilaris: the responses on an avian and a mammalian predator.
Author(s): Hogstad O. 2004
Abstract: The Fieldfare Turdus pilaris, a medium-sized passerine, is aggressive in nest defence and its use of f ces may be detrimental to avian but not to mammalian predators. The birds breed either solitarily or in colonies, the nesting pattern in subalpine ..[more]..
Source: Ardea 92(1): 79-84
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Colonial and single breeding in fieldfares, Turdus pilaris L.:a comparison of nesting success in early and late broods
Author(s): Volker Haas
Abstract: Pairs of fieldfares breed singly or in colonies. Their breeding season was subdivided into an early part, when the trees were still leafless, and a late part, when the trees had leaves. Early colonial pairs had a significantly higher nesting success ..[more]..
Source: Behav Ecol Sociobiol (1985) 16:119-124
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All of Turdidae

  1. American Robin
  2. Turdus migratorius
  1. Blackbird
  2. Turdus merula
  1. Fieldfare
  2. Turdus pilaris
  1. Grey-cheeked Thrush
  2. Catharus minimus
  1. Hermit Thrush
  2. Catharus guttatus
  1. Mistle Thrush
  2. Turdus viscivorus
  1. Redwing
  2. Turdus iliacus
  1. Ring Ouzel
  2. Turdus torquatus
  1. Song Thrush
  2. Turdus philomelos
  1. Swainsons Thrush
  2. Catharus ustulatus
  1. Varied Thrush
  2. Ixoreus naevius
  1. Veery
  2. Catharus fuscescens
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