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Características de la Comunidad de Aves del Valle del Río Cidacos en Santa Eulalia (La Rioja) [Characteristics of the Avian Community in the Rio Cidacos Valley in Santa Eulalia (La Rioja)]

Series: Ciencias de la Tierra Volume: 35
By: David Mazuelas Benito(Editor)
213 pages, illustrations
Características de la Comunidad de Aves del Valle del Río Cidacos en Santa Eulalia (La Rioja) [Characteristics of the Avian Community in the Rio Cidacos Valley in Santa Eulalia (La Rioja)]
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  • Características de la Comunidad de Aves del Valle del Río Cidacos en Santa Eulalia (La Rioja) [Characteristics of the Avian Community in the Rio Cidacos Valley in Santa Eulalia (La Rioja)] ISBN: 9788499601021 Paperback Jan 2016 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: Spanish

This book analyzes the bird community of the Rio Cidacos Valley in La Rioja, northern Spain, considering the data obtained between 2008 to 2013 through the contstant effort of scientific ringing at the station in Santa Eulalia, which is located in a hamlet of the municipal district of Arnedillo.

The different ecological indicators that describe the structure of the studied bird population are analyzed in a global way and the phenology of each of the captured species and their survival is described. The book also details the recaptures obtained from migratory specimens in Europe and even a study on the parasitization of birds by ticks.

It is a work that aims to bring the world of birds to the walker, to give some insight into the most unknown aspects of Spain's birds, and to highlight the need to conserve the environment, birds and, ultimately, rivers.

Summary in Spanish:
En el presente libro se analiza la comunidad de aves del Valle del río Cidacos en La Rioja, considerando los datos que se han obtenido a través del anillamiento científico en la estación de esfuerzo constante de Santa Eulalia que se ubica en un soto del término municipal de Arnedillo entre los años 2008 y 2013.

Se analizan de forma global los diferentes indicadores ecológicos que describen la estructura de la población de aves estudiada y se describe la fenología de cada una de las especies capturadas y su supervivencia. Se detallan también las recapturas obtenidas de los ejemplares migratorios por Europa e incluso se realiza un estudio sobre la parasitación de las aves por garrapatas.

Se trata de una obra que pretende acercar el mundo de las aves al paseante, aportar un poco de luz en los aspectos más desconocidos de nuestras aves y poner de manifiesto la necesidad de conservar el medio ambiente, las aves y, en definitiva, los sotos fluviales de los ríos que han motivado este libro.

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Series: Ciencias de la Tierra Volume: 35
By: David Mazuelas Benito(Editor)
213 pages, illustrations
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