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Age-related timing of Short-toed Eagle migration

January 2nd, 2017 / Comment

Many thanks to Luca Baghino for sharing this fresh article dedicated to ongoing studies of Short-toed Eagle migration from regions of Europe:

Location of the study areas in northwest Italy and GeorgiaNicolantonio AGOSTINI, Luca BAGHINO, Wouter M. G. VANSTEELANT & Michele PANUCCIO, 2016 – Age-related timing of Short-toed Snake Eagle Circaetus gallicus migration along detoured and direct flyways // Bird Study, DOI: 10.1080 / 00063657.2016.1264362. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

The paper is available on the ResearchGate and Medraptors websites.

 

Natural effects on Short-toed Eagle migration

November 28th, 2016 / Comment

Two papers about effects of the wind and the large water surface on Short-toed Eagle migration have been prepared by Spanish and Italian researchers and released this year:

• Javier VIDAL-MATEO, Ugo MELLONE, Pascual LÓPEZ-LÓPEZ, Javier DE LA PUENTE, Clara GARCÍA-RIPOLLÉS, Ana BERMEJO, Vicente URIOS, 2016 – Wind effects on the migration routes of trans-Saharan soaring raptors: geographical, seasonal, and interspecific variation // Current Zoology, 62: pp. 89-97. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En). This thorough article can be found on the University of Valencia website.

Nicolantonio AGOSTINI, Marco GUSTIN & Michele PANUCCIO, 2016 – Short-toed snake eagles Circaetus gallicus (Gmelin, 1788) (Aves: Accipitridae) approaching a water barrier show reverse direction of migration // Italian Journal of Zoology, DOI: 10.1080 / 11250003.2016. 1240833. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En) /map/. The paper is available on a website of Mediterranean Raptor Migration Network.

 

Migrations and the distribution of STE in Italy

December 16th, 2014 / Comment

The paper listed below is available on a website of Mediterranean Raptor Migration Network. To know the latest news of this non-profit community just follow the FB page of the organisation.

Panuccio M., Lucia G., Agostini N., Ottonello D. & Bogliani G., 2014 – Motion capacity, geography and ecological features explain the present distribution of a migratory top predator // Ecological Research DOI: 10.1007/s11284-014-1226-2. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

 

Papers of 1-2 years ago are on the MEDRAPTORS site

October 29th, 2014 / Comment

Figure 1 of the third articleThese articles were published in 2012-2013. They all are dedicated to studies of migration of Short-toed Eagles. Now the full texts can be found on a site of Mediterranean Raptor Migration Network, on the section of papers:

Ugo Mellone, Ruben Limiñana, Pascual López-López, Giuseppe Lucia, Egidio Mallìa, Marta Romero & Vicente Urios, 2013 – Tra Europa e Africa: i movimenti di falco della Regina Falco eleonorae, grillaio Falco naumanni e biancone Circaetus gallicus rivelati dalla telemetria satellitare [Between Europe and Africa: movements of Eleonora’s Falcon, Lesser Kestrel and Short-toed Snake Eagle as revealed by satellite telemetry] // Proceedings of the XVII Italian Ornithological Congress. Trento, September 2013: pp. 142-143. – Short-toed Eagle. file (It).

Michele Panuccio, Nicolantonio Agostini, Luca Baghino & Giuseppe Bogliani, 2013 – Visible Migration of Short-Toed Snake-Eagles: Interplay of Weather and Topographical Features // Journal of Raptor Research 47(1): pp. 60-68. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

Michele Panuccio, Nicolantonio Agostini & Guido Premuda, 2012 – Ecological barriers promote risk minimization strategy and social learning in migrating Short-toed Snake Eagles // Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 24.1: pp. 74-80. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

 

Articles on ST Eagle available online

May 28th, 2013 / Comment

The first article is placed on the LPO Coordination Rhône-Alpes website and dedicated to Short-toed Eagles of the Rhône Department /map/:

• Bertrand DI NATALE, 2005 – Le Circaète Jean-le-Blanc Circaetus gallicus dans le Rhône [Short-toed Eagle in the Rhône] // L’EFFRAIE, La revue du CORA Rhône, n° 16: P. 33-38. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr).

The next two texts can be viewed on the DZPPS site. They are about observations of Short-toed Eagles in Serbia, in Northern Bačka /map/ and also in the Vršac Mountains /map/ (Sr):

• O. Sekereš, 2008 – Dugotrajno zadržavanje zmijara Circaetus gallicus na području Bačke i Banata tokom 2008 [Long-term stay of Short-toed Eagle in Bačka and Banat during 2008] // Ciconia, 17: P. 34-37. – Short-toed Eagle. file.
• M. Vučanović, 2008 – Podaci o biologiji gnežđenja zmijara Circaetus gallicus na Vršačkim planinama [Data on breeding biology of Short-toed Eagle in the Vršac Mountains] // Ciconia, 17: P. 38-43. – Short-toed Eagle. file.

A full text of the following new article is not available for free, but you can view the abstract and references (En):

Michele Panuccio and Nicolantonio Agostini, 2013 – Visible Migration of Short-Toed Snake-Eagles: Interplay of Weather and Topographical Features // Journal of Raptor Research, 47(1): P. 60-68.

 

New paper of Italian researchers published

March 28th, 2012 / Comment

The abstract of a new article (dedicated to Circaetus gallicus) from Guido Premuda, Nicolantonio Agostini and Michele Panuccio is available on the Taylor & Francis Online website (En):

PANUCCIO M., AGOSTINI N., PREMUDA G., 2012 – Ecological barriers promote risk minimization strategy and social learning in migrating short-toed snake eagles // Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 24.1: 74-80.

 

Papers and photos on the MEDRAPTORS

December 27th, 2009 / 1 Comment
MEDRAPTORS: Photoalbum

MEDRAPTORSMediterranean Raptor Migration Network. There is a list of different publications on the site with a new one on migrating Short-toed Eagles. Nicolantonio Agostini, Ugo Mellone, Michele Panuccio and Giuseppe Lucia are among its co-authors:

• Agostini N., Panuccio M., Lucia G., Liuzzi C., Amato P., Provenza A., Gustin M. & Mellone U., 2009 – Evidence for age-dependent migration strategies in the Short-toed Eagle // British Birds 102(9): 506-508. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

 
 


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