SPECIAL DIVERSITY OF PASSERINES ON THE TERRITORY OF KIEV GOLOSEEVSKY PARKJournal: Young Scientist (Vol.7, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2019-01-01
Authors : Gapanovich Vlas Lagutenko Oksana Nasteka Tetiana;
Page : 302-305
Keywords : urban ornithofauna; passerines; species diversity; quantitative composition;
The species composition was studied and the number of rare and endangered species of passerines was assessed on the territory of Kiev Goloseevsky park named after M. Rylsky. 34 passerine species (Passeriformes) belonging to 14 families were identified, among which the most representatives include the families of finch (Fringillidae) – 6 species; fly-catching (Muscicapidae) – 6 species; raven (Corvidae) – 5 species. In the percentage ratio, the number of registered passerines is dominated by the raven (Corvidae) and fly-catcher (Muscicapidae) families. The most numerous is the grey crow (hoodie) (Corvus cornix). The features of the distribution of a number of passerines on the territory under study are revealed The results of the study can be used to identify patterns of formation of ornithological complexes on the territory of Goloseevsky Park named after M. Rylsky and create environmental and protection programs for the development of the National Nature Park "Goloseevsky".
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