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As in the chicks in the family group described above, coverts but not remiges
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Anting and non-anting crows were in various stages of molting remiges
and rectrices at the time of the observations.
Filipino filmmaker Dwein Baltazar's "Mamay Umeng" tied for best film, known as the Woosuk Prize, with Japanese director Masato Ozawa's "Remiges
" at the 14th Jeonju International Film Festival, held in South Korea from April 25 to May 3.
We observed an adult or subadult individual with dark brown upperparts (back, wing coverts, upper part of head and neck) and whitish remiges
(flight feathers) (Fig.
Feathers of the bird were stuck to sticky stems of Coulter spiderling causing the owl to damage a number of flight feathers and tear off parts of several remiges
while flapping its wings as it attempted to escape.
In 1 of the groups with a large young (SE Gordon Islands; Table 1), the single adult flapped and stretched its wings between dives, revealing that none of the remiges
Cette etude nous a permis de constater que le caribou representait la principale proie des loups du Refuge d'oiseaux du golfe Reine-Maud, mais que les loups profitaient aussi de sources de nourriture vulnerables et abondantes selon les saisons, comme les oiseaux migrateurs, surtout vers la fin de 1'ete lorsque les canards et les oies ne pouvaient pas voler pendant la mue annuelle des remiges
Consequently, wounds over the dorsal aspect of the wing (extrados) or around primary, secondary, and alular remiges
' follicles might alter airflow proprioceptive capabilities of birds.
In the spring, Yellow-rumped Warblers undergo a prealternate (pre-breeding) molt, which includes the majority of body feather tracts and greater and middle secondary wing coverts, but no flight feathers (remiges
and rectrices) (Hubbard 1980; Hunt and Flaspohler 1998).