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Pogonysh / Porzana porzana

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Online dictionary Soosle.ru will help: phonetic and morphological to parse the word "chase"In composition, correctly divide into syllables according to the lines of the Russian language, highlight parts of the word, put stress, indicate the meaning, synonyms, antonyms and compatibility for the word"chase».

Lesser Gauntlet (Porzana parva)

Appearance: The top is olive-brown with dark streaks, the neck and bottom are slate-gray, without sharp stripes, the undertail is striped, the beak is red at the base and yellow at the end, the legs are greenish, the throat and breast of the female are buffy.
The size: From a starling.

Features: It differs from the crumb-crusher by the red base of the beak and the absence of sharp stripes on the sides (young ones - only by the brown color of the outer webs of the first flight feather), from the crushers - by their small size and striped undertail.

Habits: In behavior, it is similar to an ordinary carrion, but willingly swims and dives well, on the water it looks like a miniature reed. Perfectly climbs and runs on reed stalks and floating plants. Breeds in separate pairs.
Nature of stay: Migrant.

Food: Small insects, spiders, worms, seeds.
Breeding area: Various landscapes from forests to deserts. Along the densely overgrown shores of lakes, channels and oxbows, preferring relatively deep reservoirs.
Location of the socket and its description: On reed stalks above water. The nest is similar to that of a common carrion, but more compact.
Egg laying time: from May
Eggs color and size: Yellowish gray with vague reddish spots, 3x2 cm.

Baby girl (Porzana pusilla)

Appearance: It looks like a small pug, but smaller, on the sides there are sharp white stripes, the base of the beak is greenish, the legs are yellowish.
The size: From a starling.

Features: It differs from the small pogonysh in the green base of the beak, sharp stripes on the sides, yellowish paws (the caught bird is the white color of the outer fan of the first flight feather).

Habits: Behavior like a small carrion, but swims less willingly.
Nature of stay: Migrant.

Food: Insects, less often small mollusks.
Breeding area: Various landscapes from forests to deserts. Along the densely overgrown shores of lakes, channels and oxbows, preferring relatively deep reservoirs.
Location of the socket and its description: On a bump or in a pile of reeds. The nest is looser than that of the small pug.
Egg laying time: from May
Eggs color and size: Yellowish gray with vague reddish spots, 3x2 cm.

Great Chase (Porzana paykullii)

Appearance: The dorsal side is monophonic, olive-brown, without streaks, the sides of the head, neck and chest are bright, chestnut-red, on the sides there are brown and white transverse stripes. The female and young birds are paler.
The size: Larger than a starling.

Features: It differs from chasers and corncrake in its bright chestnut-red chest.

Habits: Secretive bird. It keeps on the ground in dense thickets of grass or willow. The activity is predominantly nocturnal. Runs very fast in dense grass. It rises into the air only in case of extreme need and flies not far, in flight its legs hang down. Very loud. Breeds in separate pairs.
Nature of stay: Migrant.

Breeding area: Meadow lowlands and river valleys within the forest zone. On hummocky, not too damp meadows and marshes with thickets of shrubs, avoiding excessively humid areas, it is often found near villages along the edges of fields and vegetable gardens.
Location of the socket and its description: In a dry place, in dense grass. The nest is a small depression in the soil, lined with grass stalks.
Egg laying time: from May
Eggs color and size: Whitish-buffy with pale gray spots, 3.5x2.5 cm.

White-winged Chase (Porzana exquisita)

Appearance: The smallest of the chasers (much smaller than the starling). The top is blackish with brown streaks and transverse white streaks, the abdomen is whitish, the spot on the crease of the wing and the "speculum" are white.
The size: Less starling.

Features: It differs from all chasers in small size and white spots on the wings.

Nature of stay: Migrant.

Habitat

It is found in swamps and similar wetlands in southern Asia from India east to southern China, Japan and Indonesia. Also known as a migratory bird in Australia on the territory of about. Christmas.

Nutrition and reproduction

It feeds on shoots, berries and insects, as well as large slugs.

The Red-footed Chalice nests in arid areas on the ground in marsh vegetation. There are 6-9 eggs in a clutch.

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How to spell the word "pogonysh"

The word is spelled correctly: pogonysh

Numbering letters in a word
Numbers of letters in the word "pogonysh" in forward and reverse order:

  • 7
    P
    1
  • 6
    about
    2
  • 5
    r
    3
  • 4
    about
    4
  • 3
    n
    5
  • 2
    s
    6
  • 1
    w
    7

RUNNING

(Porzana maruetia) is the most common species of the genus of hens. Other more common names: marsh hen, marsh crake, shepherd, to look

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Sentences with the word "pogonysh"

It walked through the city chase - swamp chicken.

This circumstance led me to doubt: maybe I heard a whistle before chase, and a swamp hen, which was at that time in the same sedge (for nothing prevents them from living together), accidentally floated out into my eyes.

By its diminutiveness chase it seems even slimmer, more proportional and prettier than a marsh hen.

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