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The food demand in the nest of Wilson’s storm petrel

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Science Article 3 abstract Energy delivered to the nests of Wilson’s storm petrel, Oceanites oceanicus(Kuhl, 1820), was evaluated by measurement of the oxygen consumption of brooding adultbirds and nestlings of different ages. Andrzej K. GEBCZYNSKI, Pol. Polar Res. 24 (2): 127-131, 2003 Download article download full text (pdf)

WAX DIGESTION IN WILSON’S STORM-PETREL

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Science Article 4 abstract Captive Wilsons’ storm-petrels (Oceanites oceanicus) fed a diet of pure wax (hexadecyl oleate) or triacylglycerol (olive oil) increased in body mass or lost mass moreslowly than birds given only water, depending upon the quantity of lipid they were fed. BRYAN S. OBST, Wilson Bull., 98(2), 1986, pp. […]

aeRODYNAMICS AND HYDRODYNAMICS OF THE ‘HOVERING’ FLIGHT OF WILSON’S STORM PETREL

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Science Article 5 abstract Wilson’s storm petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) characteristically feeds by’ hovering’ over the water surface, but its technique for this is unlike that ofother flying vertebrates. The kinematics and aerodynamics of this ‘ hovering’flight were investigated to determine the possible sources of lift PHILIP C. WITHERS, J. exp. Biol. […]

NIDIFICACION y HABITAT DEL PETREL DE WILSON (OCEANITES OCEANICUS) EN PUNTA CIERVA, COSTA DE DANCO, PENINSULA ANTARTICA

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Science Article 1 abstract Studies on Wilson’s Storm-Petrel population at Cierva Point, Danco Coast, Antarctic Peninsula (64 09 S, 60 57 W), were done in the austral summer 1994-1995. The research was carried out in two areas, along the rocky coast and in the moss-covered hillsides. Jose Luis Orgeira, ORNITOLOGIA NEOTROPICAL […]

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus)

[order] PROCELLARIIFORMES | [family] Hydrobatidae | [latin] Oceanites oceanicus | [authority] Kuhl, 1820 | [UK] Wilsons Storm-petrel | [FR] Oceanite de Wilson | [DE] Buntfuss-Sturmschwalbe | [ES] Paino de Wilson | [NL] Wilsons Stormvogeltje Subspecies Monotypic species Genus Storm-petrels are rather small and often dark colored tubenoses with a world wide distribution. All have fine […]

New Zealand Storm-petrel (Oceanites maorianus)

[order] PROCELLARIIFORMES | [family] Hydrobatidae | [latin] Oceanites maorianus | [authority] Mathews, 1932 | [UK] New Zealand Storm-petrel | [FR] Xenodacnis mesange | [DE] Neuseelandische Sturmschwalbe | [ES] Not found | [NL] Nieuw-Zeelands Stormvogeltje Subspecies Genus Species subspecies Region Range Oceanites maorianus PO sw Genus Storm-petrels are rather small and often dark colored tubenoses with […]

Elliots Storm-petrel (Oceanites gracilis)

[order] PROCELLARIIFORMES | [family] Hydrobatidae | [latin] Oceanites gracilis | [authority] Elliot, 1859 | [UK] Elliots Storm-petrel | [FR] Oceanite d’Elliot | [DE] Elliot-Sturmschwalbe | [ES] Paino de Elliot | [NL] Sierlijk Stormvogeltje Subspecies Monotypic species Genus Storm-petrels are rather small and often dark colored tubenoses with a world wide distribution. All have fine black […]

Nidificacion y habitat del petrel de wilson (Oceani tes oceanicus) en punta cierva, costa de Danco, peninsula antartica

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Science Article 1 abstract Studies on Wilson’s Storm-Petrel population at Cierva Point, Danco Coast, Antarctic Peninsula (64 09 deg S,60 57 deg W), were done in the austral summer 1994-1995. The research was carried out in two areas, along the rockycoast and in the moss-covered hillsides. The mean density of nests […]

Nidificacion y habitat del petrel de wilson (Oceani tes oceanicus) en punta cierva, costa de Danco, peninsula antartica

Wilsons Storm-petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) Science Article 1 abstract Studies on Wilson’s Storm-Petrel population at Cierva Point, Danco Coast, Antarctic Peninsula (64 09 deg S,60 57 deg W), were done in the austral summer 1994-1995. The research was carried out in two areas, along the rockycoast and in the moss-covered hillsides. The mean density of nests […]