Thick-billed Murre

Thick-billed Murre

Summary:

Literature Thick-Billed Murre
[order] Charadriiformes |

Thick-Billed Murre determination[order] Charadriiformes | [family] Alcidae | [latin] Uria lomvia | [UK] Thick-Billed Murre | [FR] Guillemot de BrĂ¼nnich | [DE] Dickschnabellumme | [ES] Arao de BrĂ¼nnich | [IT] Uria di Brunnich | [NL] Dikbekzeekoet


Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Uria lomvia arra n Japan to the Aleutian Is. and se Alaska
  2. Uria lomvia heckeri Wrangel and Herald Is., Chukotsk Pen. (ne Russia)
  3. Uria lomvia eleonorae e Taymyr Pen. to New Siberia islands (nc Russia)
  4. Uria lomvia lomvia ne Canada to Novaya Zemlya (nw Russia)
  5. Uria lomvia NA, EU n coasts

Literature

Title
Distribution of Murres outside the Breeding Season
Author(s): Petersen and Vidar Bakken
Abstract: The main purpose of this document is to propose a coordinated international banding plan for Thick-billed Murres and Common Murres. Banding is an essential tool for describing with mapping the winter distribution of different murre populations, ident..[more]..
Source: CAFF Technical Report No. 13 (2004)
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Title
Thick-billed Murres Uria lomvia replace mates during breeding
Author(s): GASTON, A.J., WOO, K. & LASH, T.J.F.
Abstract: Among most seabirds, including murres Uria spp., the breeding pair take turns incubating the eggs and feeding and brooding the nestlings (Lack 1968, Gaston 2004). This collaboration is usually critical to the rearing of the chick. Consequently, the d..[more]..
Source: Marine Ornithology 33: 65-66
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All of Alcidae

  1. Ancient Murrelet
  2. Synthiboramphus antiquus
  1. Atlantic Puffin
  2. Fratercula arctica
  1. Black Guillemot
  2. Cepphus grylle
  1. Great Auk
  2. Pinguinus impennis
  1. Guillemot
  2. Uria aalge
  1. little auk
  2. Alle alle
  1. Parakeet Auklet
  2. Cyclorrhynchus psittacula
  1. Razorbill
  2. Alca Torda
  1. Thick-billed Murre
  2. Uria lomvia
  1. Tufted Puffin
  2. Fratercula cirrhata
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