Synonyms for makira or Related words with makira

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Examples of "makira"
Makira-Ulawa Province includes Makira (San Cristobal), Ulawa, Uki Ni Masi, Owaraha (Santa Ana), Owariki (Santa Catalina), Pio and others.
Bedotia alveyi, the Makira rainbowfish, is a species of Madagascar rainbowfish from rivers and streams in the Makira region of Madagascar.
Alternate names for the Makira flycatcher include Makira Myiagra, ochre-headed flycatcher, ochre-tailed flycatcher, red-tailed flycatcher, San Cristobal flycatcher and San Cristobal Myiagra flycatcher.
On Makira, six languages are spoken: Arosi, Bauro, Fagani, Kahua, Owa en Tikopia. The Bauro speakers have been considered to be the most isolated and conservative of the Makira groups.
Central Makira is a single-member constituency of the National Parliament of Solomon Islands. Created in 1993 when Parliament was expanded from 38 to 47 seats, it is located on the island of Makira.
The island of Makira (also known as San Cristobal) is the largest island of Makira-Ulawa Province in the Solomon Islands. The island is located east of Guadalcanal and south of Malaita. The largest and capital city is Kirakira.
Makira-Ulawa Province is one of the provinces of the Solomon Islands. The main part of the province is Makira Island. It has a population of 40,419 (2009). The capital is Kirakira.
East Makira is a single-member constituency of the National Parliament of Solomon Islands. Located on the island of Makira, it was established in 1973 when the Governing Council was expanded from 17 to 24 seats.
Patna district occupies an area of , comparatively equivalent to the Solomon Islands' Makira Island.
Purnia district occupies an area of , comparatively equivalent to the Solomon Islands' Makira Island.
It is found in the Solomon Islands of Ugi and Makira.
Alfred Ghiro (born August 13, 1968 in Baro, Makira) is a Solomon Islands politician.
The Makira cicadabird ("Coracina salomonis") is a species of bird in the Campephagidae family.
Supporting the conservation of the rainforest in the Makira Natural Park, Madagascar.
Owariki or Owa Riki (formerly Santa Catalina) is an island in Solomon Islands; it is located in Makira-Ulawa Province.
The Makira roundleaf bat ("Hipposideros demissus") is a species of bat in the family Hipposideridae endemic to the Solomon Islands.
It is found only in Solomon Islands, where it is endemic to the island of Makira (formerly San Cristobal Island).
The Makira fantail or dusky fantail ("Rhipidura tenebrosa") is a species of bird in the family Rhipiduridae.
As for birds a total of 125 birds species have been described of which 75 are endemic to Madagascar making the Makira Natural Park to one of Madagascar's Hotspot Areas for bird conservation (Ganzhorn et al., 1997). For example 10 Vanga species occur in Makira, including the Bernier's vanga (Oriolia bernieri) with the highest density of all of Madagascar.
Kirakira Airport is an airport located at Kirakira on the island of Makira (formerly San Cristobal), part of the Makira-Ulawa Province in the Solomon Islands. It is also known as Ngorangora Airstrip and was constructed in the late 1950s. The airport has scheduled flights provided by Solomon Airlines, using DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft.