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See detailLa déprédation non aléatoire chez les oiseaux granivores du marais de Kagogo-Gisumo au Burundi
Nasasagare, Régine Pacis ULiege; Ndayisaba, Ernest; Libois, Roland ULiege

in Bulletin Scientifique sur l'Environnement et la Biodiversité (2017), 2

This study was conducted in order to show the role of environmental factors in the damage caused by birds on rice. In the Kagogo-Gisumo marsh, 20 plots were chosen randomly for a ornithological inventory ... [more ▼]

This study was conducted in order to show the role of environmental factors in the damage caused by birds on rice. In the Kagogo-Gisumo marsh, 20 plots were chosen randomly for a ornithological inventory and an evaluation of the losses due to the birds. This study revealed that environmental factors play an important role in bird damage to rice [less ▲]

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See detailEtude des facteurs influençant la visite des oiseaux dans les champs de riz
Nasasagare, Régine Pacis ULiege; Ntakimazi, Gaspard; Libois, Roland ULiege

in Bulletin Scientifique de l'Institut National pour l'Environnement et la Conservation de la Nature (2014), 13

This study was conducted in order to show pest bird species on rice in Burundi. An exhaustive ornithologic inventory was done in 45 fields in the plain of Rusizi and 30 in Ngozi fields were randomly ... [more ▼]

This study was conducted in order to show pest bird species on rice in Burundi. An exhaustive ornithologic inventory was done in 45 fields in the plain of Rusizi and 30 in Ngozi fields were randomly chosen and classified in 3 categories for Rusizi plain (2 for Ngozi): fully guarded plots, partially guarded plots and not guarded plots. There were no fields partially guarded for Ngozi. Resultats revealed a list of bird species that have a real impact on rice production in Burundi. The current study also allowed to put in evidence factors of the motivation of their visit. [less ▲]

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See detailDiet composition of young and adult Northern Grey-headed Sparrow Passer griseus and adult Southern Red Bishop Euplectes orix in Burundi
Nasasagare, Régine Pacis ULiege; Ntakimazi, Gaspard; Libois, Roland ULiege

in Malimbus (2013), 35(1), 1-10

We studied the diet composition of Northern Grey-headed Sparrow Passer griseus and Southern Red Bishop Euplectes orix in four localities of the Rusizi Plain, northwest Burundi. We analyzed crop contents ... [more ▼]

We studied the diet composition of Northern Grey-headed Sparrow Passer griseus and Southern Red Bishop Euplectes orix in four localities of the Rusizi Plain, northwest Burundi. We analyzed crop contents of 100 adults from each of the two species and the composition of food brought by parents to nestlings of the sparrow at ten nests. In all four sites, the sparrow’s diet consisted primarily of rice. The bishop also fed mostly on rice grains but also ate Lepidoptera caterpillars, some other insects and wild grass seeds such as Panicum sp. and Brachiaria sp. For adults of both bird species, there was no significant variation in diet throughout the year. However, the diet of young sparrows was much more diverse and changed from the day of hatching until fledging. On the day of hatching, chicks ate mainly caterpillars but by the tenth day, food items comprised one third caterpillars, one third Orthoptera and the rest of other insects including Odonata, Dictyoptera, Isoptera and adult Lepidoptera. After this and until fledging, the chicks were fed increasingly on rice seeds. Simultaneously, the proportion of caterpillars taken gradually decreased until none was fed to the nestlings at the end of the nestling period. The items brought by parents also varied with time of day, with caterpillars and grasshoppers in higher proportions in the morning, decreasing around mid-day and then increasing in the evening. [less ▲]

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See detailClé de détermination des restes crâniens de poissons collectés sur les rives nord du lac Tanganyika et de ses environs
NASASAGARE, Régine Pacis ULiege; Libois, Roland ULiege

in Bulletin Scientifique de l'Institut National pour l'Environnement et la Conservation de la Nature (2012), 10

Lake Tanganyika is very rich in fish species. It is exploited by fishermen and by fish-eating birds often seen as competitors of man. An osteological study was undertaken to establish a methodological ... [more ▼]

Lake Tanganyika is very rich in fish species. It is exploited by fishermen and by fish-eating birds often seen as competitors of man. An osteological study was undertaken to establish a methodological tool as a basis to studying the diet of fish-eating birds. Fish were collected, grouped by family. They were then transported to the laboratory to extract features of the cranial bones of each species or genus. An identification key to these bones has been prepared based on the similarities and differences between these bones. Correlations between the length of bone characteristics and size of fish were calculated. [less ▲]

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See detailUn oiseau nouveau au Burundi: le Moineau domestique Passer domesticus
Nasasagare, Régine Pacis ULiege

in Malimbus (2011), 33(1), 57-58

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