Pink-footed Goose

Pink-footed Goose

Summary:

Literature Pink-footed Goose
[order] Anseriformes |

Pink-footed Goose determination[order] Anseriformes | [family] Anatidae | [latin] Anser brachyrhynchus | [UK] Pink-footed Goose | [FR] Oie à bec court | [DE] Kurzschnabelgans | [ES] Ánsar de Pico Corto | [IT] Oca delle zampe rosse | [NL] Kleine Rietgans


Literature

Title
Spring migration strategies in Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus an d consequences for spring fattening and fecundity.
Author(s): Madsen J . 2001
Abstract: Individu al variation in spring migration strategies was analysed for neckbanded Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus migrating from Denmark (D) via stopover sites in the Trondheimsfjord area (T) in mid-Norway and Vesterálen (V) in northern Norway ..[more]..
Source: Ardea 89(special issue) :43-55
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Title
Pink-footed Goose Anser brachyrhynchus (Greenland/Iceland population) in Britain
1960/61-1999/2000

Author(s): Mitchell, CR & RD Hearn
Abstract: This report examines changes in the abundance and non-breeding distribution of the Greenland/Iceland population of Pink-footed Goose Anser brachyrhynchus during the period 1960/61 to 1999/2000. It also aims to evaluate the historical status of this p..[more]..
Source: Waterbird Review Series
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Title
Crop damage and management of the Pink-footed Goose Anser brachyrhynchus in Denmark
Author(s): Jepsen P.U.
Abstract: More than 25 000 Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus migrate through and stage on sites on the West Coast of Jutland in Denmark every year in autumn and spring. There is currently concern at the rate of loss of suitable staging habitats, as well a..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 79 (2): 191-194.
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Title
Diet and habitat use of Svalbard Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus during arrival and pre-breeding periods in Adventdalen.
Author(s): Fox A.D., Francis I.S. & Bergersen E.
Abstract: The feeding behaviour of Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus was studied in Adventdalen, Svalbard during 15-28 May 2004 to determine habitat use of newly arrived birds based on their distribution in relation to the major vegetation types present. ..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 94 (3): 691-699.
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Title
Pre-nesting site use of satellite transmitter tagged Svalbard Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus.
Author(s): Glahder C.M., Fox A.D., Hübner C.E., Madsen J. & Tombre I.M.
Abstract: We deployed satellite transmitters (PTTs) to Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus to discover pre-nesting sites on Svalbard. 14 adult male were caught in Vest Stadil Fjord, Denmark and fitted with PTTs powered by batteries (n = 11; 30 g) or by sola..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 94 (3): 679-690
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Title
Intake rates, stochasticity, or onset of spring-what aspects of food availability affect spring migration patterns in Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus?
Author(s): Bauer S., Madsen J. & Klaassen M
Abstract: Long-distance bird migration consists of several flight episodes interrupted by a series of resting and refuelling periods on stopover sites. We assessed the role of food availability as the determinant of staging decisions focusing on the following ..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 94 (3): 555-566.
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Title
Month to month changes in age ratio and brood size in Pink-footed Geese Anser brachyrhynchus in autumn
Author(s): Patterson I.J. & Hearn R.D.
Abstract: The conservation and management of wild goose populations requires an accurate estimate of productivity to be made each year, usually soon after the birds’ arrival in the wintering grounds. The best time to make the estimates is not always clear, how..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 94 (2): 175-183
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All of Anatidae

  1. American Wigeon
  2. Anas americana
  1. Bar-headed Goose
  2. Anser indicus
  1. Barnacle Goose
  2. Branta leucopsis
  1. Barrows Goldeneye
  2. Bucephala islandica
  1. Bean Goose
  2. Anser fabalis
  1. Blue-winged Teal
  2. Anas discors
  1. Brent Goose
  2. Branta bernicla
  1. Canada goose
  2. Branta canadensis
  1. Canvasback
  2. Aythya valisineria
  1. Common Scoter
  2. Melanitta nigra
  1. Egyptian Goose
  2. Alopochen aegyptiacus
  1. Eider
  2. Somateria mollissima
  1. Garganey
  2. Anas querquedula
  1. Goldeneye
  2. Bucephala clangula
  1. Greater Scaup
  2. Aythya marila
  1. Greater White-fronted Goose
  2. Anser albifrons
  1. Greylag Goose
  2. Anser anser
  1. Hooded Merganser
  2. Lophodytes cucullatus
  1. Lesser White-fronted Goose
  2. Anser erythropus
  1. Light-bellied Brent Goose
  2. Branta bernicla hrota
  1. Mallard
  2. Anas platyrhynchos
  1. Marbled Duck
  2. Marmaronetta angustirostris
  1. Merganser
  2. Mergus merganser
  1. Mute Swan
  2. Cygnus olor
  1. Northern Pintail
  2. Anas acuta
  1. Northern Shoveler
  2. Anas clypeata
  1. Pink-footed Goose
  2. Anser brachyrhynchus
  1. Pochard
  2. Aythya ferina
  1. Redhead
  2. Aythya americana
  1. Ruddy Duck
  2. Oxyura jamaicensis
  1. Shelduck
  2. Tadorna tadorna
  1. Snow Goose
  2. Anser caerulescens
  1. Stellers Eider
  2. Polysticta stelleri
  1. Surf Scoter
  2. Melanitta perspicillata
  1. Teal
  2. Anas crecca
  1. Tufted Duck
  2. Aythya fuligula
  1. Whistling Swan
  2. Cygnus columbianus
  1. White-headed Duck
  2. Oxyura leucocephala
  1. Wigeon
  2. Anas penelope
  1. Wood Duck
  2. Aix sponsa
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