New videos made by Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna in 2009 are uploaded on YouTube. A summer life of one more Short-toed Eagle nest in Maremma Regional Park /map/ is illustrated by them: You can enjoy all videos uploaded by Vincenzo directly on YouTube. Also 5 videos are commented by the author.
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Enjoy new series of Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna’s videos. These clips show moments of Short-toed Eagles’ life during the breeding season of 2008. Like previous ones they are about the Eagles of the Maremma Regional Park /map/. Some of them are made by infrared camera.
Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna continues to make videos in Maremma Regional Park /map/. Please enjoy new scenes of Short-toed Eagle’s live in the nests controlled by Vincenzo this year. Both these videos were taken on June 29th. Also, have a look at new photos uploaded recently. Also you can enjoy all videos uploaded by Vincenzo Rizzo […]
Comments on videos from Maremma Park, 2009 Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna Maremma Regional Park Questa clip riguarda l’arrivo della femmina adulta su nido che si annuncia con ripetuti vocalizzi già nella fase di volo. La femmina adulta sa che il maschio adulto è in avvicinamento e sta portando una preda al piccolo biancone. La femmina adulta […]
Systema Naturae is a website developed by Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna. He studies birds of prey including Short-toed Eagles in the Maremma Regional Park /map/ and in other places. Let us show you a little gallery of unique video clips (see them below) dedicated to Short-toed Eagles in the Maremma park and also some photos. In […]
The HoverOverUs • Short-toed-Eagle site started 7 years ago. Now it is a collection of various materials dedicated to Short-toed Eagle with various navigation tools which help to find quickly (as we hope) what you exactly need. Here is a short review of the content: I » First of all the Texts section – 121 text documents, […]
This is just a message of Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna from Maremma Regional Park /map/: the first Short-toed Eagle chick hatched in the Park on May 22d in the observer’s estimation. In the video we can see the first moment when the chick was left alone in the nest for about 20 minutes. Thank you for […]