Synonyms for stork_ciconia_ciconia or Related words with stork_ciconia_ciconia

headed_duck_oxyura              tailed_eagle_haliaeetus              wagtail_motacilla_alba              albicilla              throated_swift_aeronautes              crowned_hornbill              backed_vulture_gyps              necked_stork_ciconia_episcopus              eared_bulbul_pycnonotus_leucotis              collared_starling              boyciana              crowned_pigeon_patagioenas              winged_dove_zenaida              stork_ciconia_nigra              faced_heron_egretta              faced_storm_petrel              savile_bustard              billed_diver_gavia              family_sarothruridae              anastomus_oscitans              white_winged_redstart              faced_whistling_duck              dendrocygna_viduata              hooded_wheatear_oenanthe_monacha              fronted_bee_eater              africanus_rüppell_vulture_gyps              eyed_gull_ichthyaetus              tailed_mongoose_ichneumia_albicauda              winged_potoo              throated_caracara              bellied_bustard_eupodotis_senegalensis              tailed_godwit              buff_spotted_flufftail              headed_lapwing_vanellus_albiceps              plumed_honeyeater              arenaria_interpres              pelagodroma_marina              bellied_storm_petrel              necked_raven              leucophthalmus              crested_honey_buzzard              flufftails_order_gruiformes              slavonian_grebe_podiceps_auritus              redstart_phoenicurus_ochruros_common              saxicola_rubetra_european              throated_robin_irania              noddy_anous_minutus              siberian_stonechat_saxicola_maurus              phoenicurus_erythrogaster              vulture_neophron_percnopterus             

Examples of "stork_ciconia_ciconia"
Birds: little bittern ("Ixobrychus minutus"), mallard ("Anas platyrhinchos"), great reed warbler ("Acrocephalus arundinaceus"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), common moorhen ("Gallinula chloropus");
Psychrobacter ciconiae is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium of the genus "Psychrobacter", which was isolated from the stork "Ciconia ciconia".
Hagen, H. (1975). "Beobachtung eines Pfeilstorches in Ost-Afrika [White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) with arrow protruding from its body seen in East Africa]." "Ornithologische Mitteilungen." 27(5): 111-112.
There are many birds living in this area. Some are birds of prey like goshawk, and birds living next to creeks (white-throated dipper and grey wagtail). In lower parts, Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) can be seen, and occasionally even white stork (Ciconia ciconia).
The species recorded include: eastern imperial eagle ("Aquila heliaca"), Bonelli's eagle ("Hieraaetus fasciatus"), blue tit ("Parus caeruleus"), corn crake ("Crex crex"), Levant sparrowhawk ("Accipiter brevipes"), saker falcon ("Falco cherrug"), white pelican ("Pelecanus onocratalus"), black stork ("Ciconia nigra"), Egyptian vulture ("Neophron perenopetrus"), European bee-eater ("Merops apiaster"), sand martin ("Riparia riparia"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), common wood-pigeon ("Columba polumbus"), great spotted cuckoo ("Clamator glandarius"), barn owl ("Tyto alba"), and the Syrian woodpecker ("Dendrocopos syriacus") .
Jovsi is a flood-zone wetland of exceptional natural interest, distinguished by its great diversity of flora and fauna. About 80 species of birds nest here, which has provided ornithologists with the opportunity to collect extensive data. Certain important European species are regularly or intermittently found in Jovsi: the white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), European roller ("Coracias garrulus"), black stork ("Ciconia nigra"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), common snipe ("Gallingo gallingo"), corn crake ("Crex crex"), and lesser grey shrike ("Lanius minor").
The Natural Monument of Los Barruecos is a protected natural area of about 319 hectares where stone and water constitute the landscape. The varied fauna of this place has the white stork (Ciconia ciconia) as its most significant animal because the population of storks, not only in the Natural Monument, but also in the rest of the municipal territory, is one of the biggest in Europe. In 1997 the Foundation EURONATUR declared Malpartida de Cáceres a "European Stork Village". The village is an active member of the European Stork-Village Network.
The Alde Feanen is part of the municipalities Leeuwarden, Smallingerland and Tytsjerksteradiel. Its size is about . Part of the national park is the lake area "Princenhof" (or Princehof). The Alde Feanen contains morasses, lakes, forests, peat and meadows. In the area at least 450 plant species and 100 bird species can be found. A very prominent bird is the white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"). Tall wooden poles have been installed so that the storks can build nests. Another attraction is provided by Shetland ponies. Some of the paddocks can be entered so that ponies can be petted by visitors.
The Rospuda Valley and its adjacent forests are inhabited by the following protected birds: hazel grouse ("Bonasa bonasia"), the capercaillie ("Tetrao urogallus"), spotted crake ("Porzana porzana"), the corn crake ("Crex crex"), the common crane ("Grus grus"), the white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), lesser spotted eagle ("Aquila pomarina"), marsh harrier, the European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), the Tengmalm's owl ("Aegolius funereus"), the white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), the black woodpecker, the white-backed woodpecker ("Dendrocopos leucotos"), the red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), the barred warbler ("Sylvia nisoria") and other. The area serves as a haunt for birds nesting nearby, e.g. in Augustów Primeval Forest.
Species of birds: grey heron ("Ardea cinerea"), little egret ("Egretta garzetta"), eastern imperial eagle ("Aquila heliaca"), squacco heron ("Ardeolla raloides"), common pochard ("Aythya ferina"), Eurasian bittern ("Botaurus stellaris"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), black stork ("Ciconia nigra"), pallid harrier ("Circus macrourus"), mute swan ("Cygnus olor"), Sanderling ("Calidris alba"), black-throated loon ("Gavia artica"), common gull ("Larus canus"), red-crested pochard ("Netta rufina"), yellow wagtail ("Motacilla flava"), lesser black-backed gull ("Larus fuscus"), black-headed gull ("Larus ridibundus"), great grey shrike ("Lanius excubitor") or Eurasian golden oriole ("Oriolus oriolus").
There are numerous cultural and environmental features of Ribe. Among the cultural highlights are notable churches and museums. The flora and fauna, while depleted in large part from the man-made development and surrounding agricultural land conversion, retain notable aspects of the natural environment. The Ribe River flows through town and hosts certain elements of riparian habitat. Certain notable birdlife is found in and near the town; the European white stork, "Ciconia ciconia", is one of the historic inhabitants of the town, choosing to build nests atop chimneys. This bird has steadily declined in population throughout Western Europe due to agricultural land conversion as well as droughts in its wintering range in Africa.
The white stork ("Ciconia ciconia") is a large bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. Its plumage is mainly white, with black on its wings. Adults have long red legs and long pointed red beaks, and measure on average from beak tip to end of tail, with a wingspan. The two subspecies, which differ slightly in size, breed in Europe (north to Finland), northwestern Africa, southwestern Asia (east to southern Kazakhstan) and southern Africa. The white stork is a long-distance migrant, wintering in Africa from tropical Sub-Saharan Africa to as far south as South Africa, or on the Indian subcontinent. When migrating between Europe and Africa, it avoids crossing the Mediterranean Sea and detours via the Levant in the east or the Strait of Gibraltar in the west, because the air thermals on which it depends do not form over water.
Grey heron ("Ardea cinerea"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), garganey ("Anas querquedula"), tufted duck ("Aythya fuligula"), red kite ("Milvus milvus"), hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus"), Eurasian sparrowhawk ("Accipiter nisus"), goshawk ("Accipiter gentilis"), European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), buzzard ("Buteo buteo"), hobby ("Falco subbuteo"), lapwing ("Vanellus vanellus"), curlew ("Numenius arquata"), green sandpiper ("Tringa ochropus"), Eurasian woodcock ("Scolopax rusticola"), common snipe ("Gallinago gallinago"), collared dove ("Streptopelia decaocto"), cuckoo ("Cuculus canorus"), long-eared owl ("Asio otus"), tawny owl ("Strix aluco"), common swift ("Apus apus"), hoopoe ("Upupa epops"), grey-headed woodpecker ("Picus canus"), European green woodpecker ("Picus viridis"), barn swallow ("Hirundo rustica"), house martin ("Delichon urbica"), tree pipit ("Anthus trivialis"), dunnock ("Prunella modularis"), redstart ("Phoenicurus phoenicurus"), wheatear ("Oenanthe oenanthe"), redwing ("Turdus iliacus"), mistle thrush ("Turdus viscivorus"), sedge warbler ("Acrocephalus schoenobaenus"), aquatic warbler ("Acrocephalus paludicola"), reed warbler ("Acrocephalus scirpaceus"), icterine warbler ("Hippolais icterina"), lesser whitethroat ("Sylvia curruca"), whitethroat ("Sylvia communis"), wood warbler ("Phylloscopus sibilatrix"), pied flycatcher ("Ficedula hypoleuca"), collared flycatcher ("Ficedula albicollis"), crested tit ("Lophophanes cristatus"), long-tailed tit ("Aegithalos caudatus"), red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), jackdaw ("Corvus monedula"), common raven ("Corvus corax"), brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla"), hawfinch ("Coccothraustes coccothraustes"), serin ("Serinus serinus"), siskin ("Carduelis spinus"), bullfinch ("Pyrrhula pyrrhula"), linnet ("Carduelis cannabina"), common rosefinch ("Carpodacus erythrinus") and common crossbill ("Loxia curvirostra").