ⓘ Category:Birds of the Falkland Islands

Chilean pintail

The Chilean pintail, also known as the golden peck duck or brown pintail, is a subspecies of the yellow-billed pintail, a duck in the dabbling duck subfamily Anatinae. Its local names are pato jergon grande, pato maicero and pato piquidorado in Spanish, and marreca-parda or marreca-danada in Portuguese.

Patagonian crested duck

The Patagonian crested duck, also known as the southern crested duck, or the grey duck in the Falkland Islands, is the nominate of two subspecies of the crested duck.

                                     

ⓘ Birds of the Falkland Islands

  • this bird or the similar flying steamer duck in The Voyage of the Beagle, having observed them at the Falkland Islands in 1833: In these islands a great
  • of the Falkland Islands Fauna of the Falkland Islands Birds of the Falkland Islands Mammals of the Falkland Islands Islands of the Falkland Islands Mountains
  • Saunders Island Spanish: Isla Trinidad is the fourth largest of the Falkland Islands lying north west of West Falkland The island is run as a sheep
  • across, on the rugged and exposed north coast of East Falkland in the Falkland Islands of the South Atlantic Ocean. It lies some 40 km north - west of Stanley
  • Bird Island Spanish: Isla Pajaro is one of the Falkland Islands It lies due south of West Falkland near Port Stephens and Calm Head. It has been identified
  • The following is a list of islands that form the Falkland Islands None of the Jason Islands are permanently inhabited. This is a short list of islands
  • Beaver Island Spanish: Isla San Rafael is one of the Beaver Island group of Falkland Islands It lies west of Weddell Island and south of New Island and
  • 33 hectares 82 acres to the east of East Falkland not far from Stanley. It lies is at the east end of Berkeley Sound near Kidney Cove, and is separated
  • Barren Island Spanish: Isla Pelada is one of the Falkland Islands lying south west of East Falkland and south east of George Island It is separated
  • Chile, and the Falkland thrush T. f. falcklandii from the Falkland Islands The austral thrush is similar to the European blackbird, also of the genus Turdus