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Charadrius hiaticula (Charadriidae) - Hudern der Jungen

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Title
Charadrius hiaticula (Charadriidae) - Hudern der Jungen
Alternative Title
Charadrius hiaticula (Charadriidae) - Caring for the Young
Author
License
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Identifiers
IWF Signature
E 503
Publisher
Release Date
1963
Language
Silent film
Producer
Rittinghaus, Hans
Production Year
1962

Technical Metadata

IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 25 m ; SW, 2 1/2 min

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Subject Area
Abstract
Zwei wenige Stunden alte Sandregenpfeifer außerhalb der Nestmulde; lockrufender Vater; Hudern außerhalb des Nestes nach vergeblichen Versuchen des Fortführens.
Two ringed plover juvenes, only a few hours old, outside the nest; male calling, hatching outside the nest after unavailing attempts to lead them back.
Keywords Regenpfeifer / Sandregenpfeifer Sandregenpfeifer Charadrius hiaticula Brutpflege / Charadriiformes Hudern taking chicks under its wings caring for the young / Charadriiformes brood care / Charadriiformes Charadrius hiaticula ringed plover Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Charadriiformes - Wat- und Möwenvögel Aves - Vögel Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates aves - birds charadriiformes - waders, gulls and auks biology
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