Blue-billed Curassow · Crax alberti · Fraser, 26 foreground recordings and 0 background recordings of Crax alberti. Total recording duration Learn more about the Blue-billed curassow – with amazing Blue-billed curassow photos and facts on Arkive. BirdLife International () Species factsheet: Crax alberti. Downloaded from on 29/12/ Recommended citation for factsheets for.
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The blue-billed curassow feeds mainly on the ground 5consuming fruit, shoots, invertebrates and perhaps even carrion 2. Monogamy Mating with a single partner. At this time, the eggs are also taken from the nests to incubate and rear alberi trade and consumption 6. This information is awaiting authentication by a species expert, and will be updated as soon as possible. Please see our brief essay. Great curassow Crax rubra. Cracidae Monotypic Authors needed Class Sarcopterygii lobe-finned fishes and terrestrial vertebrates.
Total population currently estimated at — individuals. There are a few ways by which you can help the 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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White marlin Kajikia albida. Related taxa Other related concepts Crax alberti x Penelope pileata hybrid Crax alberti x Mitu mitu hybrid Mitu tuberosum x Crax alberti hybrid Crax [alberti x rubra] hybrid Crax [alberti x alector] hybrid Crax [alberti x globulosa] hybrid Crax estudilloi hybrid Crax [alberti x fasciolata] hybrid Crax alberti x Gallus gallus hybrid Other synonyms Catalan: Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. albergi
Also known as Blue-knobbed curassow. Embed this Arkive thumbnail link “portlet” by copying and pasting the code below. X Close Link to this photo Embed this Arkive thumbnail link “portlet” by copying and pasting the code below.
ADW: Crax alberti: CLASSIFICATION
Contribute There are cfax few ways by which you can help the development of this page, such as joining the Flickr group for photos or providing translations of the site in addition languages. Blue-billed curassow threats The blue-billed curassow has been dramatically impacted by the rapid rate of deforestation across its range due to the expansion of agriculture, cattle farming, mining activities, logging operations and human population growth 2 6. Implementing Urgent Conservation Actions April, http: Confused by a class within a class or an order within an order?
Thus, artificial insemination is being considered as an option for improving results 8.
Crax alberti (Blue-knobbed Curassow) – Avibase
Breeding occurs in the dry season, with nesting extending from December to March, and parties of adults and chicks have been observed from March to August 2 6. There are many ways to contribute—we need species information, photographs, audio, video, translations, maps, distribution data, and bird sightings.
Close-up of a male bird
Sadly, loss and fragmentation of habitat only serves to facilitate easier access to the bird for poachers 2. If you are able to help please contact: The blue-billed curassow inhabits humid tropical forests in lowlands, foothills and lower mountain slopes, up to 1, m above sea level, but more commonly below m 5. Breeding in captivity has been successful in collections elsewhere 5however, and certainly provides a viable method of conserving this critically endangered species, with the hope that such birds can someday be released back into their newly protected habitat in the wild.
The male is black with a white vent and tip to the tail, and the feathers on the crest are distinctively curled.
Bilateria bilaterally symmetrical animals. Although never known to be common, species has suffered a serious decline and is now