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First record of reproduction of the ring ouzel Turdus torquatus in the Ventoux massif Vaucluse Premiere reproduction du merle a plastron Turdus torquatus dans le massif du Ventoux Vaucluse






Faune de Provence, 17: 113

First record of reproduction of the ring ouzel Turdus torquatus in the Ventoux massif Vaucluse Premiere reproduction du merle a plastron Turdus torquatus dans le massif du Ventoux Vaucluse



Accession: 038249488



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Anonymous, 1996: Premiere reproduction du merle a plastron Turdus torquatus dans le massif du Ventoux (Vaucluse)

Gory, Gerard., 1992: Winter occurrence of the ring ouzel Turdus torquatus L in Gard Presence hivernale dun merle a plastron Turdus torquatus L dans le Gard. Bulletin de la Societe d'Etude des Sciences Naturelles de Nimes et du Gard. 1989- ; 59: 137

Schmitz, L., 2007: The ring ouzel Turdus torquatus of April 2006 at Stockay was not the alpestris subspecies Le merle a plastron Turdus torquatus davril 2006 a Stockay netait pas un alpestris. Aves (Liege). juin; 442: 124-125

Walter, Dietmar., 1995: Range and reproduction of the alpine ring ouzel Turdus torquatus alpestris in the Bavarian Allgau Alps Zur Verbreitung und Fortpflanzungsbiologie der Alpen-Ringdrossel Turdus torquatus alpestris im Oberallgau Bayern. In the district of Oberallgau (Bavaria, Germany) the Alpine Ring Ouzel inhabits mostly gapped wet spruce and spruce-fir woods (Picea abies, Abies alba) in the mountainous region and bushes of Hairy Alpenroses (Rhododendron hirsutum) and Mountain P...

Schmitz, L.; Michel, J., 2000: Subspecies, distribution and habitat of breeding ring ouzel Turdus torquatus in Belgium Identite subspecifique, distribution et habitat des merles a plastron Turdus torquatus nicheurs en Belgique. Aves (Liege): 371-2: 33-45

Kronshage, Andreas., 2005: The presence of thrushes in the Upper Engadine central Alps/ Switzerland with special regard to ring ouzel Turdus torquatus alpestris, blackbird Turdus merula and fieldfare Turdus pilaris Zum Vorkommen der Drosseln im Oberengadin Zentralalpen/Schweiz unter besonderer Beruecksichtigung der Ringdrossel Turdus torquatus alpestris, Amsel Turdus merula und Wacholderdrossel Turdus pilaris. From 1995 to 1997 presence and habitats of five thrush species (ring ouzel, Turdus torquatus alpestris, blackbird, Turdus merula, fieldfare, Turdus pilaris, mistle thrush, Turdus viscivorus and song thrush, Turdus philomelos) were studied in the h...

Sekeres, O.; Marton, F., 1998: The ring ouzel Turdus torquatus near the Tisa at Kanjiza Drozd ogrlicar Turdus torquatus pored Tise kod Kanjize. Ciconia (Novi Sad): 7: 141

Holupirek, Heinz., 2004: On the continuance of the Fichtelberg population of the ring ouzel Turdus torquatus Zum weiteren Fortbestand der Fichtelbergpopulation der Ringdrossel Turdus torquatus. The chronicle of Ring Ouzel sightings in the breeding season on the Fichtelberg in the Saxon Erzgebirge is continued (cf. HOLUPIREK 1977, 1982, 1990). In almost every year between 1989 and 2002, records of Ring Ouzel sightings were made. It theref...

Polcak, Jiri., 2004: First observance of ring ouzel Turdus torquatus in Tovacovsko region Prvni pozorovani kosa horskeho Turdus torquatus na Tovacovsku. In the contribution, the first occurrence of Ring Ouzel (Turdus torquatus) in Tovacovsko region, district Prerov (cat. Nr. 65 69). 1 ad. male was observed on 9. 9. 2000 in a low spruce forest close to sand pit Donbas.

Scheuren, F., 1975: Premiere nidification du merle a plastron (Turdus torquatus) en Belgique. Aves, 121: 35-36