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Lorena Rivas Factors affecting the distribution of the Darwins rhea in the Auca Mahuida Reserve in Argentine Patagonia
Darwin´s Rhea Rhea pennata pennata
1.10 m Adapted to run Flightless
Diet: Omnivorous Social Structure: Gregarious
Reproduction: Territorial males Harems of 4-5 females
10-50 eggs per nest Eggs incubated by the male
Almost simultaneous hatching
Habitat: Darwin's Rhea lives in areas of open shrub in the grasslands of Patagonia
Status: Near threatened (IUCN) Hunting More predation due to changes in trophic communities
Habitat degradation due to livestock overgrazing Egg collection
What we are going to record… Rhea density in Payunia and Auca Mahuida reserve and intermediate lands Oil trail density Livestock density Habitat quality Relative abundance of predators
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