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 Übersetzung für 'Australasian bittern' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an Australasian bittern | Australasian bitterns
orn.T
Australasian bittern [Botaurus poiciloptilus]
Australische Rohrdommel {f}
Teiltreffer
Australasian {adj}ozeanisch
AustralasianOzeanier {m}
Australasian {adj}südwestpazifisch
relig.
Australasian Conference [Methodists]
Australasiatische Konferenz {f}
orn.T
Australasian grebe [Tachybaptus novaehollandiae]
Australischer Zwergtaucher {m}
orn.T
Australasian darter [Anhinga novaehollandiae]
Australischer Schlangenhalsvogel {m}
orn.T
Australasian gannet [Morus serrator]
Australtölpel {m}
orn.T
Australasian treecreepers [family Climacteridae]
Baumrutscherartige {pl}
zool.T
Australasian barnacle [Elminius modestus]
Australische Seepocke {f}
orn.T
Australasian wrens [family Maluridae]
Australische Sänger {pl}
orn.T
Australasian lark [Mirafra javanica]
Horsfieldlerche {f}
zool.T
Australasian barnacle [Elminius modestus]
Australseepocke {f}
orn.T
Australasian treecreepers [family Climacteridae]
Baumrutscher {pl}
orn.T
Australasian pipit [Anthus novaeseelandiae]
Australspornpieper {m}
orn.T
Australasian figbird [Sphecotheres vieilloti]
Australischer Feigenpirol {m}
orn.T
Australasian grebe [Tachybaptus novaehollandiae]
Neuhollandtaucher {m}
orn.T
Australasian warblers [family Acanthizidae]
Südseegrasmücken {pl}
orn.T
Australasian wrens [family Maluridae]
Staffelschwänze {pl} [Familie der Singvögel]
chem.
bittern
Bitterstoff {m}
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chem.
bittern
Mutterlauge {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • It has numerous ecological associations including Quokkas who use it as a protective habitat, the Noisy scrub-bird, Australasian bittern and the Red-winged fairy-wren who makes nests from the leaves.
  • Other threatened birds inhabiting the reserve are the western ground parrot, western bristlebird, western whipbird and Australasian bittern.
  • Some of the birds found in the park include: the western ground parrot, the Australasian bittern, Carnaby's cockatoo and Cape Barren geese.
  • The habitat provides a home for the otherwise scarce Australasian bittern ("Botaurus poiciloptilus"), and migratory Latham's snipe "Gallinago hardwickii".
  • The endangered Australasian bittern ("Botaurus poiciloptilus") is found in the wetland with other endangered birds such as the banded rail ("Rallus philipensis assimillis"), marsh crake ("Porzana pusilla affinis") and the North Island fernbird ("Bowdleria punctata vealeae").

  • Another association to the bunyip is the shy Australasian bittern ("Botaurus poiciloptilus").
  • Surveys conducted at the lake in the 1980s (around four years after the completion of the dam) also indicated the presence of other species such as the marsh crake, spotless crake, New Zealand dabchick and the threatened Australasian bittern.
  • The Waipu Lagoons are North Taranaki's only wetland area. The lagoons are home to a variety of wildlife, and are an important natural home for the endangered Australasian bittern.
  • Threatened species include the fish Murray cod, trout cod and Murray hardyhead, the birds Australian painted snipe, Australasian bittern and superb parrot, as well as swamp wallaby grass.
  • Noteworthy sightings recorded here include the blue-billed duck and the rare Australasian bittern.

  • The land was identified by BirdLife International as an IBA because it regularly supports significant numbers of the endangered swift parrot, regent honeyeater and Australasian bittern, and probably over 1% of the world population of sharp-tailed sandpipers.
  • Some of the land covered by the two wetlands has been identified by BirdLife International as a 328 ha Important Bird Area because it supports significant numbers of the endangered Australasian bittern and over 1% of the world populations of glossy ibis and sharp-tailed sandpiper.
  • The islands have been identified as a 317 ha Important Bird Area because they support a small population of the Australasian bittern, one of the last refuges for this endangered species in the state.
  • of wetlands along the lower reaches of the river has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area (IBA) because it supports a small breeding population of the endangered Australasian bittern.
  • Species listed as protected under Victoria's Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 are the great egret, Australasian bittern, Baillon's crake, Lewin's rail and the white-bellied sea eagle.

  • The water level varies over the weather and the fauna responds similarly. Australasian bittern and other birds that migrate from Japan prefer more shallow water when wet grassy verges are available, whereas the black swan and Australasian shoveler like deeper water and are increasingly seen when water levels are high.
  • Three species of birds found in the park (Carnaby's cockatoo, Australasian bittern and peregrine falcon) are protected under the "Wildlife Conservation Act 1950".
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