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Lotherton Hall Lotherton Hall Captive Species List 2015

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Macaw16, 31 Oct 2015.

  1. Macaw16

    Macaw16 Well-Known Member

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    This list is of captive species signed/ seen but not signed on 27 October 2015. I haven't included the Red Deer in the deer park. In this thread I was told I could do it myself, but it won't let me sign in (I have registered). It would be greatly appreciated if some kind soul would edit it for me, thanks in advance :).

    • European White Stork
    • Greater Flamingo (3, I don’t know their sexes)
    • Nēnē
    • Barnacle Goose
    • Andean Goose
    • Ruddy Shelduck
    • Cheer Pheasant
    • Mindanao Bleeding-heart Dove
    • Red-billed Leiothrix
    • Superb Starling
    • Pied Imperial Pigeon
    • Masked Lapwing
    • Pied Avocet
    • Purple Glossy Starling
    • Red-winged Starling
    • Eurasian Eagle Owl
    • Great Grey Owl
    • Blue Eared Pheasant
    • Red-billed Blue Magpie
    • Demoiselle Crane
    • Omei Shan Liocichla
    • Azure-winged Magpie
    • Peruvian Thick-knee
    • Green Imperial Pigeon
    • Schalow’s Turaco
    • Elliot’s Pheasant
    • Burrowing Owl
    • Lilac-breasted Roller
    • Swinhoe Pheasant
    • Black Stork
    • White-naped Crane
    • Emu
    • Cape Barren Goose
    • Greater Rhea
    • Andean Condor
    • Chiloe Wigeon
    • Greylag Goose
    • Spix’s Guan
    • Himalayan Monal
    • Blue-bellied Roller
    • Edward’s Pheasant
    • North American Wood Duck
    • Common Shelduck
    • Laysan Teal
    • Coscoroba Swan
    • Snowy Owl
    • Barn Owl
    • Bar-headed Goose
    • Red-crested Turaco
    • Erckel’s Francolin
    • Roul-roul
    • Blue-crowned Laughing Thrush
    • Crested Bronzewing Pigeon
    • Luzon Bleeding-heart Dove
    • Madagascan Partridge
    • Violet Turaco
    • Orange-headed Groundthrush
    • Blacksmith Plover
    • White-cheeked Turaco
    • Lady Amherst’s Pheasant
    • Chestnut-backed Thrush
    • Vulturine Guineafowl
    • Grey Peacock-pheasant
    • Red-billed Hornbill
    • Bengalese Finch
    • Napoleon Weaver
    • Java Sparrow
    • St Helena Waxbill
    • Gouldian Finch
    • Chinese Painted Quail
    • Zebra Finch
    • Budgerigar
    • Red-legged Seriema
    • Patagonian Conure
    • White-faced Whistling Duck
    • Madagascar Teal
    • Bahama Pintail
    • Inca Tern
    • Purple Gallinule
    • Ringed Teal
    • Black-headed Caique
    • Common Piping Guan
    • Yellow-knobbed Currasow
    • Laughing Kookaburra
    • Senegal Parrot
    • Giant Wood Rail
    • Galah
    • Congo Grey Parrot
    • Lesser Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
    • Trumpeter Hornbill
    • Black Hornbill
    • Southern Helmeted Curassow
    • Great Argus
    • Hamerkop
    • Grey-crowned Crane
    • Black-crowned Night Heron
    • Sacred Ibis
    • Speckled Pigeon
    • Northern Bald Ibis
    • Marbled Teal
    • Little Egret
    • Blue-winged Goose
    • Southern Ground Hornbill
    • Ross’s Goose
    • Black Swan
    • Orinoco Shelduck
    • Radjah Shelduck
    • Mandarin Duck
    • Common Eider
    • Northern Pintail
    • Chestnut Teal
    • Brown (Chilean) Pintail
    • Australian Wood Duck
    • Hooded Merganser
    • Northern Shoveller
    • Philippine Duck
    • Common Wigeon
    • Plumed Whistling Duck
    • Fulvous Whistling Duck
    • Tufted Duck
    • Common Pochard
    • Red-crested Pochard

    Total: 122
     
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  2. FBBird

    FBBird Well-Known Member

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    Lotherton Hall....

    That would be Red-LEGGED Seriema. I don't remember seeing Blue-winged Geese when I visited last year. They must be new. Nice to see a complete list of this collection.
     
  3. Macaw16

    Macaw16 Well-Known Member

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    I often get words wrong when doing lots of typing :p.

    They're pretty new I believe, I don't think they were there at my previous visit at the start of September, there were also one or two other new species this visit :).
     
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  4. KevinVar

    KevinVar Well-Known Member

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    Just a quick question, did you actually see all these species or did you also include species you only saw signed? Because on ZTL it makes a bit of a difference. :)

    The reason why you may not be able to sign in on ZTL is because your account needs to be validated first. However, I have no idea how long this generally takes.
     
  5. Macaw16

    Macaw16 Well-Known Member

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    I didn't see all of them, they were only signed some of them, although I have seen them all in the past. A couple of them weren't signed (Orinoco Shelduck, Blue-crowned Laughingthrush and Blacksmith Plover).
     
  6. Brum

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    I could edit listings within minutes of registering but I suppose I was just lucky! :)