Mexican dipper

This species, like other dippers, is equipped with an extra eyelid called a nictitating membrane that allows it to see underwater, and scales that close its nostrils when submerged. Dippers also produce more oil than most birds, which may help keep them warmer when seeking food underwater.

The Mexican dipper is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

English: American Dipper, Dipper, Mexican Dipper, North American Dipper, Water Ouzel, Water-ouzel Spanish: Mirlo acuático, Mirlo Acuático Americano, Mirlo Acuatico Plomizo, Mirlo Acuático Plomizo, Mirlo-acuático Americano, Mirlo-acuático Norteamericano, Tordo acuático Spanish (Costa Rica): Mirlo Acuatico Plomizo, Mirlo acuático plomizo Spanish (Honduras): Mirlo acuático Spanish (Mexico): Mirlo-acuático Americano, mirlo-acuático norteamericano, Tordo acuático Spanish (Nicaragua): Mirlo Acuático Americano Estonian: hall-vesipapp Finnish: Amerikankoskikara French: Cincle américain, Cincle d'Amérique Italian: Merlo acquaiolo americano, More

Mexican Dipper in the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona (DjVu | PDF) EMMET R. BLAKE , 578-579 Vermilion Flycatcher in Arkansas (DjVu | PDF) JOHN RIPLEY FORBES , Page 579 Gambel's Sparrow in Western Virginia (DjVu | PDF) CHARLES O. HANDLEY, JR., J. J. More

Mexican Dipper may be considered the resident form in that area and hence an addition to the A. O. U. Check-List.-EMMET R. BLAKE, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois. More

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The Mexican dipper is darker than our more northern bird; its head and neck are deep sepia brown, whereas in our northern bird the head and neck are more grayish brown, and the whole plumage is paler. Subscribe To Our Free Monthly Email Newsletter Full name: Email: Mailing Groups: Birdzilla The Birdzilla. More

Mexican dipper, is found from Alaska to Central America. In western North America, it is commonly known as the water ouzel. Dippers were named for their habit of bobbing up and down as they stand or walk. Who's Who Is a democrat from Alaska,was elected to the United States Senate in 2008. She became a member of the United States Senate in 2002. She was a member of the Alaska of Representatives. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Cinclidae
Genus : Cinclus
Species : mexicanus
Authority : Swainson, 1827