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Er det noen som vet hvor en kan få kjøpt ryper? En mann ringte meg om dette i dag. Han hadde hatt fasaner tidligere og hadde store volierer som sto tomme. Han ville gjerne prøve å oppdrette ryper.

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Han ringte meg også. Er nok ikke enkelt å finne oppdrettere av det nå her i Norge. Jeg hadde selv oppdrett av ryper for 10-12 år siden, var flere som hadde oppdrett av ryper da. Disse driver ikke lengre med det. For å lykkes med oppdrett av ryper bør man helst ha litt erfaring.

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Hello

I would like to post my post I wrote about króry Willow Grouse.

I do not know where to place it. Please Leaders of placing it in the right place.

Willow Ptarmigan

(Lagopus lagopus)

img0080o.jpg

winter-spring coat male (my photo)

tp_willow_grouse_2_290509.jpg

Summer coat female

picture comes http://www.portlandbirdobs.org.uk

mszarnajesie.jpg

autumn-winter coat male (my photo)

img0714s.jpg

winter coat female (my photo)

http://www.allaboutb...migan/sounds/ac - Sound male Willow Grouse

Medium-sized bird species of grouse family. Living in the northern hemisphere circumpolar around Europe, America and Siberian regions of Russia.

obrazpardwa.jpg

pardwaameryka.jpg

Maps of residence

Maps comes: Grouse Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan 2006-2010

European part of quite a numerous occurrence of Willow Grouse is Scandinavia, where he is a bird hunted.

Species traits and behavior:

* Legs feathered to protect them from frost and before collapsing in the snow.

* Plumage changes several times during the year, depending on the subspecies, it is matched to the environment, winter white dress for both sexes.

* Males and females have red comb over eye. In males, a larger and clear called the rose.

* Birds rather monogamous, territorial.

Dimensions:

* Adults Willow Grouse depending on subspecies, the measure from 36 to 43cm

* Weight: 430g to 810g, depending on the seasons changing body weight.

Biotope:

Tundra occurs in areas with frequent clumps of willow and birch, often many moors overgrown with fruits of the heath family.

In winter, the line moves to the forest-tundra, to shelter from wind and minor amounts of snow, making it easier to search for food.

Nest:

Willow Ptarmigan builds a nest on the ground. It is a hole dug in the ground about 20cm in diameter, covered with grass, leaves and feathers.

39271502.jpg

Hatches:

Usually once a year, but sometimes it repeats clutch. The female lays from 6 to 12 eggs in a cream-colored with brown dots and spots.

IMG_8713_LAGLAG.jpg

picture comes http://ibc.lynxeds.com

Incubation:

Egg sits for a period of 22 days, only by the female. After hatching the young leave the nest after several hours.

Food:

Plant foods and insects.

Spring: Fresh leaves of willow (Salix L.) and birch (Betula L.) fruit exposed to snow, Black Crowberry (Empetrumnigrum L.), Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.), insects (mainly young).

Summer: The leaves of willow (Salix L.) and birch (Betula L.), Bilberry (Vacciniummyrtillus L.), Black Crowberry (Empetrumnigrum L.), Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.) and leaves of these shrubs, insects , (mostly young).

Autumn: Just like in the summer, the leaves have not yet fallen, to the heather and grass seeds.

Winter: Buds of willow (Salix L.) and cats of birch (Betula L.), the remaining fruit in winter, often bark of trees listed above.

Breeding:

Breeding describe based on my own observations.

Aviary:

Aviary optimal for this species is 15m2, but the larger the better. Aviaries height of about 2m.

The bottom of my aviaries are covered with sand, fine gravel, which facilitates cleaning.

In the aviary are arranged branches of spruce and pine, are used to shelter from the scorching sun, sometimes quite aggressive male and a place to hide the nest.

Nutrition:

Nutrition in my case is selected as far as possible to food occurring in the environment Willow Ptarmigan. Sometimes food enrich the national species.

Plants:

* Willow (Salix L.) - mostly (Salix pentandra),(Salix caprea L.) (Salix babylonica var. Pekinensis), (Salix alba).

* Birch-(Betula L.) - (Betulapendula), (Betula nana L.), (BetulapubescensEhrh.)

* Hazel, (Corylus L.) - Common species only.

* Aspen-(Populustremula L.)

* Alder, (Alnus Mill.) - Consume less than the above species if they have a choice of different food.

* Shrubs - Bilberry (Vacciniummyrtillus L.),Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.)

* Heather (Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull)

Fruits:

Bilberry (Vacciniummyrtillus L.), Black Crowberry (Empetrumnigrum L.),Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.), Cranberry (Oxycoccus), Apples, carrots.

Seeds:

Plant grass seeds and small seeds of various crops.

* Sorghum (Sorghum Moench)

* Sorghum white-dari

* Millet (Panicum L.)

* Kardia-Safflower (Carthamustinctorius L.)

* Peas (Pisum L.)

*Field Peas (Pisumsativum subsp. Arvense (L.) Asch.)

* True hemp (Cannabis sativa L.)

* Wheat (Triticum L.)

* Oats (Avena L.) - most often shelled.

* Rice (Oryza L.) – paddy

Pellets :

Sometimes I add pellets for grouse company Lundi or for pheasants Versele-Laga. The amount of 5-10%.

Keeping in breeding and feeding:

In my aviaries birds are present under full roof, through which the substrate is dry. This facilitates cleaning and does not get wet manure and feed, which can cause various diseases.

I clean once a week.

I give food containers in heavy bet on a screen, do not fall down and the screen does not allow them to feed that falls to the ground.

All leaves of the trees throw the aviary in the form of branches, and shrubs of heather and blueberries binds to the construction of aviary wire.

img0090ko.jpg

I give all year round fruits 2-3 times a week, for the winter refrigerant is automatically fine fruits, apples I give lengthwise in half a stick attached to the substrate,Carrot tart.

Hatches:

I carry out artificial breeding.

The incubation temperature that keeps the 37.5 ° C, relative humidity within 55%.

Young rearing under artificial hen, giving them every day with clean water and food for rearing turkeys.

img0545ed.jpg

Youngs under artificial hen

Bibliography:

Pheasants, Partridges & Grouse ; Steve Madge und Phil McGowan,

http://lcvirtualwild...d=89&Itemid=113

http://www.jstor.org/pss/4083500

http://www.jstor.org/pss/3543408

http://www.partridge...ewfoundland.htm

and

Own experience:

Staying in Scandinavia, observations of behavior, nutrition and housing conditions.

Exchange of experiences between farmers in Poland and Europe.

Breedingown.

Marcin Smoliński

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Hello

I would like to post my post I wrote about Willow Grouse.

I do not know where to place it. Please Leaders of placing it in the right place.

Willow Ptarmigan

(Lagopus lagopus)

img0080o.jpg

winter-spring coat male (my photo)

tp_willow_grouse_2_290509.jpg

Summer coat female

picture comes http://www.portlandbirdobs.org.uk

mszarnajesie.jpg

autumn-winter coat male (my photo)

img0714s.jpg

winter coat female (my photo)

http://www.allaboutb...migan/sounds/ac - Sound male Willow Grouse

Medium-sized bird species of grouse family. Living in the northern hemisphere circumpolar around Europe, America and Siberian regions of Russia.

obrazpardwa.jpg

pardwaameryka.jpg

Maps of residence

Maps comes: Grouse Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan 2006-2010

European part of quite a numerous occurrence of Willow Grouse is Scandinavia, where he is a bird hunted.

Species traits and behavior:

* Legs feathered to protect them from frost and before collapsing in the snow.

* Plumage changes several times during the year, depending on the subspecies, it is matched to the environment, winter white dress for both sexes.

* Males and females have red comb over eye. In males, a larger and clear called the rose.

* Birds rather monogamous, territorial.

Dimensions:

* Adults Willow Grouse depending on subspecies, the measure from 36 to 43cm

* Weight: 430g to 810g, depending on the seasons changing body weight.

Biotope:

Tundra occurs in areas with frequent clumps of willow and birch, often many moors overgrown with fruits of the heath family.

In winter, the line moves to the forest-tundra, to shelter from wind and minor amounts of snow, making it easier to search for food.

Nest:

Willow Ptarmigan builds a nest on the ground. It is a hole dug in the ground about 20cm in diameter, covered with grass, leaves and feathers.

39271502.jpg

Hatches:

Usually once a year, but sometimes it repeats clutch. The female lays from 6 to 12 eggs in a cream-colored with brown dots and spots.

IMG_8713_LAGLAG.jpg

picture comes http://ibc.lynxeds.com

Incubation:

Egg sits for a period of 22 days, only by the female. After hatching the young leave the nest after several hours.

Food:

Plant foods and insects.

Spring: Fresh leaves of willow (Salix L.) and birch (Betula L.) fruit exposed to snow, Black Crowberry (Empetrumnigrum L.), Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.), insects (mainly young).

Summer: The leaves of willow (Salix L.) and birch (Betula L.), Bilberry (Vacciniummyrtillus L.), Black Crowberry (Empetrumnigrum L.), Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.) and leaves of these shrubs, insects , (mostly young).

Autumn: Just like in the summer, the leaves have not yet fallen, to the heather and grass seeds.

Winter: Buds of willow (Salix L.) and cats of birch (Betula L.), the remaining fruit in winter, often bark of trees listed above.

Breeding:

Breeding describe based on my own observations.

Aviary:

Aviary optimal for this species is 15m2, but the larger the better. Aviaries height of about 2m.

The bottom of my aviaries are covered with sand, fine gravel, which facilitates cleaning.

In the aviary are arranged branches of spruce and pine, are used to shelter from the scorching sun, sometimes quite aggressive male and a place to hide the nest.

Nutrition:

Nutrition in my case is selected as far as possible to food occurring in the environment Willow Ptarmigan. Sometimes food enrich the national species.

Plants:

* Willow (Salix L.) - mostly (Salix pentandra),(Salix caprea L.) (Salix babylonica var. Pekinensis), (Salix alba).

* Birch-(Betula L.) - (Betulapendula), (Betula nana L.), (BetulapubescensEhrh.)

* Hazel, (Corylus L.) - Common species only.

* Aspen-(Populustremula L.)

* Alder, (Alnus Mill.) - Consume less than the above species if they have a choice of different food.

* Shrubs - Bilberry (Vacciniummyrtillus L.),Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.)

* Heather (Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull)

Fruits:

Bilberry (Vacciniummyrtillus L.), Black Crowberry (Empetrumnigrum L.),Lingonberry (Vacciniumvitis-idaea L.), Cranberry (Oxycoccus), Apples, carrots.

Seeds:

Plant grass seeds and small seeds of various crops.

* Sorghum (Sorghum Moench)

* Sorghum white-dari

* Millet (Panicum L.)

* Kardia-Safflower (Carthamustinctorius L.)

* Peas (Pisum L.)

*Field Peas (Pisumsativum subsp. Arvense (L.) Asch.)

* True hemp (Cannabis sativa L.)

* Wheat (Triticum L.)

* Oats (Avena L.) - most often shelled.

* Rice (Oryza L.) – paddy

Pellets :

Sometimes I add pellets for grouse company Lundi or for pheasants Versele-Laga. The amount of 5-10%.

Keeping in breeding and feeding:

In my aviaries birds are present under full roof, through which the substrate is dry. This facilitates cleaning and does not get wet manure and feed, which can cause various diseases.

I clean once a week.

I give food containers in heavy bet on a screen, do not fall down and the screen does not allow them to feed that falls to the ground.

All leaves of the trees throw the aviary in the form of branches, and shrubs of heather and blueberries binds to the construction of aviary wire.

img0090ko.jpg

I give all year round fruits 2-3 times a week, for the winter refrigerant is automatically fine fruits, apples I give lengthwise in half a stick attached to the substrate,Carrot tart.

Hatches:

I carry out artificial breeding.

The incubation temperature that keeps the 37.5 ° C, relative humidity within 55%.

Young rearing under artificial hen, giving them every day with clean water and food for rearing turkeys.

img0545ed.jpg

Youngs under artificial hen

Bibliography:

Pheasants, Partridges & Grouse ; Steve Madge und Phil McGowan,

http://lcvirtualwild...d=89&Itemid=113

http://www.jstor.org/pss/4083500

http://www.jstor.org/pss/3543408

http://www.partridge...ewfoundland.htm

and

Own experience:

Staying in Scandinavia, observations of behavior, nutrition and housing conditions.

Exchange of experiences between farmers in Poland and Europe.

Breedingown.

Marcin Smoliński

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Det er ikke lov å plukke egg i naturen fra ryper, eller fange inn og oppdrette, da må du ha tillatelse fra Miljødirektoratet. Det det snakkes om er oppdrett av ryper som kommer fra oppdrett, altså fugler som er avlet fram i fangenskap. Egentlig skal en nok ha tillatelse fra sin bostedskommune for å oppdrette "norske arter" i det hele tatt, men dette har ikke vært reagert mot av norske myndigheter tidligere såvidt jeg vet. Men å plukke egg eller kyllinger fra naturen er helt ulovlig, og ikke noe vi her på Fuglepraten støtter.


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