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The Nagat (Vanellus vanellus) is a migratory bird in the family Charadriidae. It is a representative Bird for the Lowland and pasture regions of Europe North Africa and Asia.

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Once Upon a time, birds ' eggs could be found on food lists, being true delicacies, but today their collection in Europe is forbidden.

In Romania birds nest frequently near ponds. They prefer low, open, lowland and lowland regions. They are monogamous birds.

The nest territory is defended with inversion by the male.

Nagat Food

The birds ' food consists of insects, larvae, worms, and other small invertebrates that live on the plains, and plant food such as seeds, they consume in smaller quantities.

The Nagat is active both day and night.

Nagat Features

The Nagat is the size of a pigeon (28-31 cm), with the plumage of the wings and back black – green, and the crest and goiter are black.

The feathers on the head form an arched upward mot. The sides of the head with the abdomen are white.

There was no sexual dimorphism at nagat. They are good flying, the bird having 70-80 cm with open wings.

It was a highly hated bird in the Middle Ages. When the Romans hid in the swamps for fear of the Tatar Raiders, the Nagat signaled them, flying around them and making noise.

It is also called a dog-tatarasca because of this. In German, the Nagat is called Kiebitz; the term chibit comes from the unbearable behavior of this bird that I mentioned earlier.

Reproduction Nagat

Ponta is laid in April, May being made up of 3-4 greenish eggs with dark dots. Both parents Hatch, and the chicks hatch at about 26 to 27 days. In winter the birds migrate to South Asia and the Mediterranean basin.

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