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Interview with G. Moreno-Rueda on

Oct 19, 2013 / Comment

The interview has been published on the European Raptors website yet on March 12. This, already the forth one dedicated to Short-toed Eagle on the site, was taken by Markus Jais on February 20. This time Gregorio Moreno-Rueda shares his knowledge about the feeding ecology of Short-toed Eagles in Spain, their threats, why they lay […]

DEMENTIEV G. 1932 (En)

May 31, 2010 / Comment

Comments about the geographic variations of Short-toed Eagles by G. Dementiew (From the Moscow University Zoological Museum) The Short-toed Eagles from Turkestan are on average bigger than their relatives from other parts of the Palaartic region. The wingsize varies from 542 to 580 mm (male) and 561 to 605 mm (female) (on average 552,1 and […]

Bernard Joubert’s interview for

Feb 18, 2010 / 1 Comment

Read please another interview about Short-toed Eagle for the European Raptors website. This one is given by Bernard Joubert. While answering questions of Markus Jais he tells about current situation with French population of Short-toed Eagles, their short- and long-term perspectives in the country, their present and future.

Interview on

Nov 14, 2009 / 1 Comment

An interview about HoverOverUs • Short-toed-Eagle and about the research and conservation of Short-toed Eagles has recently been given by me and been published on the Interviews section of the European Raptors website. This site is a relatively new project developed by Markus Jais and dedicated to the biology and conservation of European Raptors.


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