GNORIMOPSAR CHOPI PDF

Chopi Blackbird Gnorimopsar chopi The Chopi Blackbird is on the outside another typical all-black icterid, however it is unusual in several respects. First of all. Click here for more information about the Red List categories and criteria. Justification of Red List category. This species has an extremely large range, and . Gnorimopsar chopi chopi: SE Bolivia to Paraguay, se Brazil, Uruguay and n Argentina; Gnorimopsar chopi [sulcirostris]: E Bolivia to ne Brazil and nw Argentina.

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Your sightings No sightings Add to a lifelist: Breeds solitarily or in small colonies of up to It is monotypic within the genus Gnorimopsar. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. Gnorimolsar Icteridae -related article is a stub.

Chopi Blackbird – Gnorimopsar chopi

Gracchio di Chopi, Ittero chopi, Merlo chopi Japanese: Show Details Hide Details. Contribute There are a few ways by which you can help gnorumopsar development of this page, such as joining the Flickr group for photos or providing translations of the site in addition languages.

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Bird checklists – taxonomy – distribution – maps – links. Widely captured and traded Food and feeding Mostly arthropods and small vertebrates, also seeds, and some fruit and nectar. Chopi Blackbird Gnorimopsar chopi Vieillot, Avibase has been visited , times since 24 June Chopi Blackbird, Chopi Grackle Spanish: To make the most of all of HBW’s features, discover our subscriptions now!

Also unusual in an icterid is that the Chopi Blackbird nests in tree cavities, taking old woodpecker holes, hollow palms, as well as various other crags of hollows on vertical surfaces.

Race megistus sometimes subsumed into sulcirostris.

There are more than 12, regional gnormopsar in Avibase, offered in 9 different taxonomies, including synonyms more than languages. It is unclear if this is new behavior by the cowbirds gnorimolsar they have spread northward, or not. Chopi Blackbird Gnorimopsar chopi.

Translate Avibase is also available in the following languages: Retrieved 26 November There are many ways to contribute—we need species information, photographs, audio, video, translations, maps, distribution data, and bird sightings.

Year-round Migration Breeding Non-Breeding.

Status and conservation Not globally threatened. The Chopi Blackbird is on the outside another typical all-black icterid, however it is unusual in several respects. Contribute to Avibase Acknowledgements Flickr group Media stats Flickr group members Hnorimopsar wanted Translate Avibase is also available in the following languages: Gnorimopsar chopi Vieillot As long as the basic cavity prerequisite is met, they will take just about anything.

Agelaius chopi Avibase ID: A Field Guide to the Birds of Brazil. Vertebrates eaten include a small frog and a recently dead Carouge chopi, Cassique de Chopi, Quiscale chopi Guarani: Gnormopsar adapted for living in moderately modified environments. The chopi blackbird Gnorimopsar chopi is a species of bird in the family Icteridae.

Chopi Blackbird

Retrieved from ” https: First of all its bill has these odd grooves on the lower mandible, thus far no one is clear on what the role, if any, these vhopi have. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Interestingly the specialist Screaming Cowbird Molothrus rufoaxillaris which uses the Baywing Aegithaloides badius as its sole host species, also will take the Chopi Blackbird as a host in areas north of where the Baywing breeds.

Each checklist can be viewed with photos shared by the birding community, and also printed as PDF checklists for field use.

Chopi Blackbird (Gnorimopsar chopi) | HBW Alive

Chopi blackbird Conservation status. Help complete this species There are many ways to contribute—we need species information, photographs, audio, video, translations, maps, distribution data, and bird sightings. Relatively common to locally common over most of its range.