Monday, March 12, 2012

Plains Wanderer Birds Photos, Plains Wanderer Facts & info

Plains Wanderer Birds Facts & info :

> Binomial name - Pedionomus torquatus
> measuring 15–19 cm
> They are poor flyers, preferring to run when startled
> Females lay four eggs, which the male then incubates

Scientific classification

> Kingdom - Animalia
> Phylum - Chordata
> Class - Aves
> Order - Charadriformes
> Family - Pedionomidae
> Bonaparte - 1856
> Genus - Pedionomus
> Gould - 1841
> Species - P. torquatus

The Plains-wanderer birds or Plains Wanderer, is a bird, the only representative of its family. It is endemic to Australia. The majority of the remaining population are found in the Riverina region of New South Wales. (more information Plains Wanderer Birds from

Plains Wanderer Birds Photos :

Plains-Wanderer Birds Photos
Plains Wanderer Birds Photos
Plains Wanderer Birds Photos

Ibisbill Birds Photos, Ibisbill Facts & info

Ibisbill Birds Facts and Info :

The Ibisbill bird is a bird related to the waders, but sufficiently distinctive to merit its own family Ibidorhynchidae. Ibisbill bird is grey with a white belly, red legs and long down-curved bill, and a black face and black breast band. It occurs on the shingle riverbanks of the high plateau of central Asia and the Himalayas.

> This Ibisbill bird is 38–41 cm (15–16 in) long and is quite unmistakable in appearance

> The Ibisbill bird typically weighs 270–320 g (9.5–11 oz) and female birds weigh slightly more than male birds (more information from

Ibisbill Birds Photos :

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Ibisbill Birds Photos closeup
Ibisbill Birds Photos