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American coot (Fulica americana) on the Hanford site

R. E Fitzner

American coot (Fulica americana) on the Hanford site

by R. E Fitzner

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Richland, Wash, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nest building,
  • Coots -- Behavior,
  • Waterfowl -- Washington (State) -- Hanford -- Behavior

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR. E. Fitzner, R. G. Schrickhise
    SeriesPNL ; 2462
    ContributionsSchreckhise, R. G., joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy, Rockwell Hanford Operations, Pacific Northwest Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14882154M

    SUBJECT: Pacific Flyway Data Book The following briefing material has been assembled for use by State and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel in formulating recommendations for migratory bird hunting seasons in the.   The American Coot: A Tough-Love Parent. A couple years ago, just after my daughter was born, my friend gave me a book called Parenting for Primates. Written by a primatologist-turned-clinical psychologist, it was full of advice gleaned from years of research on both human and non-human parents.

    American Coot: Medium-sized, chicken-like swimming bird, dark gray to black overall, short, white bill and undertail coverts. Toes are lobed, not webbed. Upper edge of frontal shield is red, but usually only visible at close range. Swift direct flight with rapid wing beats, feet protrude past tail. But the chase, unequal in the outset, soon ends--the exhausted coot rises for the air which it must have, when like a thunderbolt falls the eagle and the lifeless waterfowl is borne away to satisfy the hunger of the eaglets who are waiting, expectant, in their stick-built home in the high top of some neighboring pine.

    The American Coot breeds across much of southern Canada and the United States, and south to northern Costa Rica (Taylor ). Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) information indicates coots breed most commonly in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Dakotas, Oregon, California, Nevada and Utah. Coots were also recorded by the BBS at low to. American Coot. Collection. Cigarette cards. Game birds. Dates / Origin Place: U.S.A. Library locations George Arents Collection Shelf locator: Arents Cigarette Cards Shelf locator: Arents Cigarette Cards Genres Cigarette cards Trade cards Notes Content: Allen & Ginter; Allen & Ginter Citation/reference: Cartophilic reference books AA.


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American coot (Fulica americana) on the Hanford site by R. E Fitzner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Facts About the American Coot. A Picture Book For Kids. -This educational book presents facts along with beautiful color photographs and carefully chosen words to teach children about the American Coot.

-Packed with facts about American Coots, your children or grandchildren will enjoy learning from start to finish while they read this book.1/5(1).

A Picture Book For Kids. REVISED - This educational book presents facts along with beautiful color photographs and carefully chosen words to teach children about the American Coot.-Packed with facts about American Coots your children or grandchildren will enjoy learning from start to finish while they read this book.1/5(1).

Coots are tough, adaptable waterbirds. Although they are related to the secretive rails, they swim in the open like ducks and walk about on shore, making themselves at home on golf courses and city park ponds.

Usually in flocks, they are aggressive and noisy, making a wide variety of calls by day or night. They have strong legs and big feet with lobed toes, and coots fighting over. American Coot Nest, Eggs, and Young An American coot clutch usually contains eggs.

The young are covered with down and are able to leave the nest within hours of hatching. The waterborne American coot has a American coot book head and thin legs. Its dark body and white face is a common sight on nearly any open water throughout the continent, often mixing with ducks.

Despite this, they are closer relatives of the Long-legged sandhill crane and the almost invisible rails than of teal or mallards. of results for "coots figurines" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime.

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Paperback $ $ 8. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. The waterborne American Coot is one good reminder that not everything that floats is a duck. A close look at a coot—that small head, those scrawny legs—reveals a different kind of bird entirely.

Their dark bodies and white faces are common sights in nearly any open water across the continent, and they often mix with ducks.

The waterborne American Coot is one good reminder that not everything that floats is a duck. A close look at a coot—that small head, those scrawny legs—reveals a different kind of bird entirely.

Their dark bodies and white faces are common sights in nearly any open water across the continent, and they often mix with ducks. But they’re closer relatives of the gangly Sandhill.

11 rows  The American coot has been observed rarely in Britain and Ireland, while the Class: Aves. American Coot Identification and Pictures (Fulica americana) American coots are a duck like bird with short wings and a short tail, about 13 to 16 inches.

They have a slate gray body, white chicken like bill with dark red ring near the tip, and black head and neck with a red-orange eye. _Roast Coot. Directions: If you’re not a duck hunter or married to a duck hunter, just skip this recipe.

Personally, I’ve never tried to cook a coot, primarily because I’ve never even shot at an "Ivory Billed Mallard". Remember, this is the guy who will. Coot are good to eat they have a large breast and very large gizzard. The old Timers back here call them flying pork chops.

I'm an old fart, but young at heart Been there,done that, wrote the freakin book When i die I hope it's at sunrise, with a gun in my hand, and the sound of wings overhead dablaw hunter Posts: The American coot feeds on the better types of duck slants; l&ld celery, rice, sago and the many other aquatic foods that lend flavor to wild.

duck flesh. It has long been a frvarite in the central and sout!ler:n States. I’ emFting. American Flamingo. Phoenicopterus ruber. American Golden-Plover. Pluvialis dominica. American Coot Information. Length: 13 - 16" Breeding Habitat: Freshwater marshes, lakes, ponds, wet meadows, marshy edges of rivers and streams.

Requires some shallow water for feeding and some marsh vegetation for cover. Diet: Mostly vegetable matter, including leaves, roots, and seeds of aquatic plants; algae; insects, fish, tadpoles, crustaceans, worms.

The Hawaiian Coot's closest relative is the American Coot,_and some consider the Hawaiian Coot to a subspecies of the American.

The frontal shield on the forehead is usually white, but can be yellowish or dark red. The American Coot is the only native coot found in North America.

Other possible vagrant coot species that have been reported are the Caribbean Coot and the Eurasian Coot. Coots are excellent swimmers even though they do not have webbed toes.

These lobed-toed birds, similar to the feet of such birds as grebes, need to run along the surface of. The American Coot’s population declined slowly for several decades after the BBS began in the mids; more recently, it has increased amid wide fluctuations that are likely a response to wetland and drought conditions in the Great Plains.

(Brisbin and Mowbray ). Overall, the population has remained relatively stable since the survey. Coot Club is the fifth book of Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons series of children's books, published in The book sees Dick and Dorothea Callum visiting the Norfolk Broads during the Easter holidays, eager to learn to sail and thus impress the Swallows and Amazons when they return to the Lake District later that year.

Along with a cast of new characters, Dick Author: Arthur Ransome. An awkward and often clumsy flier, the American Coot requires long running takeoffs across the water's surface to become airborne (Brisbin and Mowbray ).

For a comprehensive review of the conservation status, habitat use, and ecology of this and other Montana bird species, please see Marks et al.Birds of Montana. From November until the middle of April the Coots are extremely numerous in the southern parts of the Floridas, and the lower portions of Louisiana.

At that season they are seen in flocks of several hundreds, following their avocations on all the secluded bayous, grassy lakes, and inlets, which are so plentiful in those countries; but after the period above mentioned, none remain. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .American Coot.

likes 2 talking about this. Often mistaken for a duck, the American Coot is a common waterbird. Its all black body and white chicken-like Scientific name: Fulica americana.