Rock Ptarmigan

Scientific name : Lagopus muta
Other names: Български: Тундрова яребица , Brezhoneg: Brugyar-erc'hegi , Català: Perdiu blanca , Česky: bělokur horský , Dansk: Fjeldrype , Deutsch: Alpenschneehuhn , Esperanto: Monta lagopo , Español: Perdiz nival , Eesti: Lumepüü , Basque: Eper zuri , Suomi: Kiiruna (lintu) , Français: Lagopède alpin , Magyar: Alpesi hófajd , Italiano: Pernice bianca comune , 日本語: ライチョウ , Lietuviškai: Tundrinė žvyrė , Latviešu: Klinšu baltirbe , Nederlands: Alpensneeuwhoen , Norsk (nynorsk): Fjellrype , Norsk: Fjellrype , Polski: Pardwa górska , Português: Lagópode-branco , Русский: Тундряная куропатка , Svenska: Fjällripa , Українська: Полярна куріпка

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Male Rock Ptarmigans moult four times a year and female birds three times. With each change of feathering they adapt to the particular environment. In the winter, they are nearly snow-white; only the males have black under-tail and a red ...

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