Archive for March, 2007


Short-toed Eagles are here

Friday, March 30th, 2007 / 2 Comments
Autumn 06 migration map. Short-toed Eagle (CIRCAETUS GALLICUS) / by DARAWSHI S.

Hi! Short-toed Eagles are here. 3 out of 4 S.t.Eagles with satellite transmitters are now here in Israel /map/, the fourth located in Egypt on its way to us!
See migration map of Autumn 06 where 3 eagles wintered in Sudan, one on the borders of Sudan with Chad!

 

Short-toed Eagle in northeast Greece

Monday, March 26th, 2007 / 1 Comment

Let us draw your attention to a work of Dimitris E. Bakaloudis, Christos G. Vlachos and Graham J. Holloway on Short-toed Eagle in northeast Greece /map/:

• D.E. Bakaloudis, C.G. Vlachos, G.J. Holloway, 2005 – Nest spacing and breeding performance in Short-toed Eagle Circaetus gallicus in northeast Greece // British Trust for Ornithology, Bird Study, 52: 330–338. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

This text can be found in the Publications Archive of the University of Reading website.

 

Raptors.ru library

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007 / Comment
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If you are interested in some documents on Short-toed Eagles in Russian you should visit a website of the Working Group on Raptors of Northern Eurasia. We have told about this resource several times. The main subsection of the site is free electronic texts database, where you can raise a query for Circaetus and get the result as a list of texts dedicated to the species and also of texts with mentions of it (Ru)(En). There are 35 documents on Short-toed Eagle in all at the moment.