publication . Article . 1999

Los pingüinos de la región de Magellanes

M. Bingham; E. Mejias;
Open Access English
  • Published: 30 Dec 1999 Journal: Scientia Marina (issn: 0214-8358, eissn: 1886-8134, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Abstract
The Magellan region, including the Falkland Islands, is one of the world´s most important areas for seabirds, and especially penguins. World-wide there are 17 species of penguin; 7 of these regularly breed around the coastal waters of South America, and 5 within the Magellan region. These are the King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus), Gentoo Penguin (Pygoscelis papua), Rockhopper Penguin (Eudyptes c. chrysocome), Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) and Magellanic Penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus). During the last five years, a review of the breeding populations of penguins within the Magellan region was conducted. This work included population censuses of ...
Subjects
free text keywords: SH1-691, Falkland, Argentina, Penguin; Magellan; Falkland; Chile; Argentina, Pingüino; región de Magallanes; Islas Falkland; Chile; Argentina, Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling, Penguin, Magellan, Chile
16 references, page 1 of 2

Bennett, A.G. - 1933. The Penguin Population of the Falkland Islands in 1932/33. Government Press, Falkland Islands.

Bingham, M. - 1994a. Conservation Report on Gentoo Penguins. Penguin News, 6 (4): 9.

Bingham, M. - 1994b. Conservation Report on Magellanic Penguins. Penguin News, 6 (20): 10.

Bingham, M. - 1994c. Conservation Report on Rockhopper Penguins. Penguin News, 6 (21): 9.

Bingham, M. - 1994d. Gentoo Penguin population trends: 1987/88 - 1993/94. The Warrah, 5: 4-5.

Bingham, M. - 1995a. Population status of penguin species in the Falkland Islands. Penguin Conservat., 8 (1): 14-19.

Bingham, M. - 1995b. Seabird Surveys: 1994-95 Report. The Warrah, 5: 5.

Bingham, M. - 1998a. Penguins of the Falkland Islands and South America. Penguin Conservat., 11 (1): 8-15.

Bingham, M. - 1998b. The distribution, abundance and population trends of Gentoo, Rockhopper and King Penguins at the Falkland Islands. Oryx, 32 (3): 223-32.

Falkland Islands Government. - 1989. Falkland Islands Interim Conservation and Management Zone Fisheries Report '87/88. Falkland Islands Government Report.

Frere, E., M. Gandini, P. Gandini, T. Holik, V. Lichtschein and M.O. Day. - 1993. Variación anual en el número de adultos reproductivos en una nueva colonia de Pingüino Penacho Amarillo en Isla Pingüino (Santa Cruz, Argentina). Hornero, 13: 293-294.

Lewis Smith, R.I. and J.R.B. Tallowin - 1979. The distribution and size of King Penguin rookeries on South Georgia. British Antarct. Survey Bull., 49: 259-276

Prosser Goodall, R.N. - 1979. Tierra del Fuego. Ediciones Shanamaiim, Buenos Aires.

Venegas, C. - 1984. Estado de las poblaciones de Pingüino de Penacho Amarillo y Macaroni en la Isla Noir, Chile. Informe Inst. Patagonia, 33: 1-25.

Venegas, C. - 1991. Estudio de cuantificacion poblacional de pingüinos crestados en Isla Recalada. Informe Inst. Patagonia, 55: 1-23.

16 references, page 1 of 2
Abstract
The Magellan region, including the Falkland Islands, is one of the world´s most important areas for seabirds, and especially penguins. World-wide there are 17 species of penguin; 7 of these regularly breed around the coastal waters of South America, and 5 within the Magellan region. These are the King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus), Gentoo Penguin (Pygoscelis papua), Rockhopper Penguin (Eudyptes c. chrysocome), Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) and Magellanic Penguin (Spheniscus magellanicus). During the last five years, a review of the breeding populations of penguins within the Magellan region was conducted. This work included population censuses of ...
Subjects
free text keywords: SH1-691, Falkland, Argentina, Penguin; Magellan; Falkland; Chile; Argentina, Pingüino; región de Magallanes; Islas Falkland; Chile; Argentina, Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling, Penguin, Magellan, Chile
16 references, page 1 of 2

Bennett, A.G. - 1933. The Penguin Population of the Falkland Islands in 1932/33. Government Press, Falkland Islands.

Bingham, M. - 1994a. Conservation Report on Gentoo Penguins. Penguin News, 6 (4): 9.

Bingham, M. - 1994b. Conservation Report on Magellanic Penguins. Penguin News, 6 (20): 10.

Bingham, M. - 1994c. Conservation Report on Rockhopper Penguins. Penguin News, 6 (21): 9.

Bingham, M. - 1994d. Gentoo Penguin population trends: 1987/88 - 1993/94. The Warrah, 5: 4-5.

Bingham, M. - 1995a. Population status of penguin species in the Falkland Islands. Penguin Conservat., 8 (1): 14-19.

Bingham, M. - 1995b. Seabird Surveys: 1994-95 Report. The Warrah, 5: 5.

Bingham, M. - 1998a. Penguins of the Falkland Islands and South America. Penguin Conservat., 11 (1): 8-15.

Bingham, M. - 1998b. The distribution, abundance and population trends of Gentoo, Rockhopper and King Penguins at the Falkland Islands. Oryx, 32 (3): 223-32.

Falkland Islands Government. - 1989. Falkland Islands Interim Conservation and Management Zone Fisheries Report '87/88. Falkland Islands Government Report.

Frere, E., M. Gandini, P. Gandini, T. Holik, V. Lichtschein and M.O. Day. - 1993. Variación anual en el número de adultos reproductivos en una nueva colonia de Pingüino Penacho Amarillo en Isla Pingüino (Santa Cruz, Argentina). Hornero, 13: 293-294.

Lewis Smith, R.I. and J.R.B. Tallowin - 1979. The distribution and size of King Penguin rookeries on South Georgia. British Antarct. Survey Bull., 49: 259-276

Prosser Goodall, R.N. - 1979. Tierra del Fuego. Ediciones Shanamaiim, Buenos Aires.

Venegas, C. - 1984. Estado de las poblaciones de Pingüino de Penacho Amarillo y Macaroni en la Isla Noir, Chile. Informe Inst. Patagonia, 33: 1-25.

Venegas, C. - 1991. Estudio de cuantificacion poblacional de pingüinos crestados en Isla Recalada. Informe Inst. Patagonia, 55: 1-23.

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publication . Article . 1999

Los pingüinos de la región de Magellanes

M. Bingham; E. Mejias;