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Die Vögel Baden-Württembergs, Band 3.2 Singvögel 2 (Passeriformes - Sperlingsvögel: Muscicapidae-Thraupidae)

Flora / Fauna
Series: Die Vögel Baden-Württembergs Volume: 3.2
By: Jochen Hölzinger(Author)
939 pages, 16 plates with 26 colour photos; 773 illustrations, 271 tables
Die Vögel Baden-Württembergs, Band 3.2
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  • Die Vögel Baden-Württembergs, Band 3.2 ISBN: 9783800134830 Paperback Dec 1997 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: German

This volume of Avifauna Baden-Württemberg contains the first part of the songbirds (flycatchers to buntings) and begins with detailed evaluations of the biology of the bird species found in Baden-Württemberg. In a total of 4 volumes, 2 volumes on passerines and 2 volumes on non-passerines (split out over four books), all bird species recorded in Baden-Württemberg are dealt with systematically and comprehensively. The main points are the brood distribution, both in Baden-Württemberg and in its entirety, are represented, as well as the breeding population, the population development and its causes, the reproductive biology, the seasonal occurrence with migration routes and wintering areas as well as food.

For all breeding bird species, the distribution is shown quantitatively in raster maps and the distribution at altitude for a large area in specially developed raster maps for the first time. Breeding populations and population developments are given quantitatively, as well as important breeding-biological parameters, e.g. laying and hatching dates. The migrations are also described quantitatively in terms of space and time, and the migration routes and wintering areas are developed using ring find evaluations.

In addition to important evaluations for scientific ornithology, this volume thus offers the fundamentals that are decisive for nature conservation work.

Summary in German:
Der vorliegende Band der Avifauna Baden-Württemberg beinhaltet den ersten Teil der Singvögel (Fliegenschnäpper bis Ammern) und beginnt mit den eingehenden Auswertungen zur Biologie der in Baden-Württemberg festgestellten Vogelarten. In insgesamt 4 Bänden, 2 Bände über Singvögel und 2 Bände über Nicht-Singvögel, werden alle in Baden-Württemberg nachgewiesenen Vogelarten systematisch und umfassend bearbeitet. Die Kernpunkte der Bearbeitung bilden die Brutverbreitung, wobei auch das gesamte Areal als auch die Brutverbreitung in Baden-Württemberg dargestellt werden, ferner der Brutbestand, die Bestandsentwicklung und deren Ursachen, die Fortpflanzungsbiologie, das jahreszeitliche Auftreten mit Zugwegen und Überwinterungsangebiet sowie die Nahrung.

Für alle Brutvogelarten werden die Verbreitung quantitativ in Rasterkarten und die Höhenverbreitung erstmals für ein großes Gebiet in speziell entwickelten Höhenrasterkarten dargestellt. Brutbestände und Bestandsentwicklung werden quantitativ angegeben, ebenso wie wichtige brutbiologische Kenngrößen, z. B. Lege- und Schlüpftermine. Die Wanderungen werden ebenfalls räumlich und zeitlich quantitativ beschrieben und die Zugwege und Überwinterungsgebiete über Ringfundauswertungen erschlossen.

Der vorliegende Band bietet dadurch neben wichtigen Auswertungen für die wissenschaftliche Vogelkunde die für die Naturschutzarbeit entscheidenden Grundlagen.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Die Vögel Baden-Württembergs Volume: 3.2
By: Jochen Hölzinger(Author)
939 pages, 16 plates with 26 colour photos; 773 illustrations, 271 tables
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