Chukar In Iucn Red List And Status In World Pdf

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The chukar partridge Alectoris chukar , or simply chukar , is a Palearctic upland gamebird in the pheasant family Phasianidae. It has been considered to form a superspecies complex along with the rock partridge , Philby's partridge and Przevalski's partridge and treated in the past as conspecific particularly with the first. This partridge has well marked black and white bars on the flanks and a black band running from the forehead across the eye and running down the head to form a necklace that encloses a white throat. The species has been introduced into many other places and feral populations have established themselves in parts of North America and New Zealand. This bird can be found in parts of the Middle East and temperate Asia. The shades vary across the various populations.

Threatened Birds of Asia

Distribution of Alectoris species based on Christensen GC The Chukar Partridge. Biological Bulletin No. Nevada Department of Wildlife. View more global usage of this file.

Declining populations of Chukar Partridge ( Alectoris chukar ) in Bulgaria

Chukar partridge

The stone partridge Ptilopachus petrosus is a bird of the New World quail family. This largely brown bird, which commonly holds its tail raised, is found in scrubland and lightly wooded habitats, often near rocks, from Kenya and Ethiopia to Gambia a large part if its range is in the Sudanian Savanna. As traditionally defined, it is the only member of Ptilopachus , but based on genetic evidence, this genus also includes Nahan's partridge. Some confusion exists in the naming of this species because the name of this bird in many languages translates literally into English as "rock partridge". For instance, in Dutch the species is rotspatrijs , in German - Felsenhenne , in French - poulette de roche - all literal translations of "rock partridge".

The recent compilation of IUCN Action Plans for partridges and pheasants has highlighted the need for locality data to be used in conservation evaluation. Here we used locality data to measure changes in the proportion of localities from which each of 25 South East Asian species has been recorded, changes in their geographic extent and the amount of habitat that is potentially available to them. These are measures that use the data which are most readily available.

The chukar partridge Alectoris chukar , or simply chukar , is a Palearctic upland gamebird in the pheasant family Phasianidae. It has been considered to form a superspecies complex along with the rock partridge , Philby's partridge and Przevalski's partridge and treated in the past as conspecific particularly with the first. This partridge has well marked black and white bars on the flanks and a black band running from the forehead across the eye and running down the head to form a necklace that encloses a white throat. The species has been introduced into many other places and feral populations have established themselves in parts of North America and New Zealand. This bird can be found in parts of the Middle East and temperate Asia.


THE IUCN RED LIST OF THREATENED SPECIES™ concerning the legal status of any country, territory or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or World Pheasant Association, Reading, UK. vii +63 pp.


Assessment of the conservation status of partridges and pheasants in South East Asia

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The rock partridge, Alectoris graeca , is a polytypic species declining in Italy mostly due to anthropogenic causes, including the massive releases of the closely related allochthonous chukar partridge Alectoris chukar which produced the formation of hybrids. Molecular approaches are fundamental for the identification of evolutionary units in the perspective of conservation and management, and to correctly select individuals to be used in restocking campaigns. In two contemporary specimens of A. These results underline significant limitations in the reliability of mtDNA barcoding-based species identification and could have relevant evolutionary and ecological implications that should be accounted for when interpreting data aimed to support conservation actions. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Competing interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. This decline is mostly associated with anthropogenic causes, including the massive release of captive-bred chukar partridge Alectoris chukar , Gray , resulting in the formation of hybrids [ 3 , 4 , 5 ].

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 Все произойдет, как булавочный укол, - заверила его Сьюзан.

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The objective of this study was to obtain the complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of chukar partridge, and to provide reference data for protection and utilization of these resources of chukar partridge.

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The recent compilation of IUCN Action Plans for partridges and pheasants has highlighted the need for locality data to be used in conservation evaluation.

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