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Synthèse 2011 by Richard Frèze

December 17th, 2011 / 1 Comment
Short-toed Eagle, by Richard Frèze. 2011. Mâle de Fontblanche

Please, appreciate the synthesis of 10-years observations on Short-toed Eagle in Provence /map/ made by Richard Frèze:

• Richard Frèze, 2011 – Étude d’une population de Circaètes sur le massif de la Sainte-Baume et les collines environnantes [Study of Short-toed Eagle population on the Massif de la Sainte-Baume and the surrounding hills] – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}.

 

Richard Frèze’s 2010 annual report

October 3rd, 2010 / Comment
Short-toed Eagle by Richard Frèze. 2010. Photo 1

New Richard Frèze’s annual report on Short-toed Eagles in Provence /map/:

• Richard Frèze, 2010 – Étude d’une population de Circaètes sur le massif de la Sainte-Baume et les collines environnantes [Study of Short-toed Eagle population on the Massif de la Sainte-Baume and the surrounding hills] – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}.

 

Results of Richard Frèze’s study. 2009

October 27th, 2009 / Comment
Short-toed Eagle by Richard Frèze. Photo of 2009

Results of the 8-years monitoring of Short-toed Eagle population in Provence /map/ by Richard Frèze:

• Richard Frèze, 2009 – Étude d’une population de Circaètes sur le massif de la Sainte-Baume et les collines environnantes [Study of Short-toed Eagle population on the Massif de la Sainte-Baume and the surrounding hills] – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}.

 

Le Circaète en Basse Provence. Richard Frèze’s website

October 7th, 2009 / Comment
Short-toed Eagle. Le Circaète en Basse Provencee
This little website about Short-toed Eagles in Provence /map/ contains different information (Fr):
› general points on Circaetus gallicus;
› information on the area I study and on habits of birds in our country;
› data on reproduction from 2002 to 2009 of all the pairs studies, › some statistical data, › some photos, › some studies results or anecdotes and › different links to other websites.

All the subsections are being updated along the year. In fact the main aim of the site is to present data on the Short-toed Eagles of the south of France where they do not have been study until now.

 

Short-toed Eagles of Le Massif de la Sainte Baume

October 29th, 2008 / Comment

Please download and read a new article of Richard Frèze on Short-toed Eagle in Provence /map/:

• Richard Frèze, 2008 – Étude de la population de Circaètes sur le massif de la Sainte-Baume et les collines environnantes [Study of Short-toed Eagle population on the Massif de la Sainte-Baume and the surrounding hills] – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}.

And also enjoy please some pictures from it:

Short-toed Eagle. Richard Frèze. 2008

 

Short-toed Eagles near Marseille

August 23rd, 2008 / Comment
Photo 1 – Site de nidification, vue de l’ouest

This text about nesting Short-toed Eagles in the environs of Marseille as an example of the species adaptation to urbanization is offered by Richard Frèze:

• Richard Frèze, 2008 – Un Circaète aux portes de Marseille [Short-toed Eagle near Marseille] (Fr). Also you have a possibility to open a PDF Short-toed Eagle. file {rough translation} of the article, to view /map//map/ and photos.

 

Biotopes. Provence (France)

March 16th, 2008 / Comment

Contributor: Richard Frèze.
Country: France. Region: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur.
Departement: Bouches-du-Rhône.

Please take a look at the map of main survey area /map/. General description and photos can be viewed below:

A small population of Short-toed Eagles, of about 10/12 pairs, is studied since 2002. They live on the hills located at the east of the town of Marseilles in the area of “Basse Provence”.
The zone occupies an area of approximately 900 km2 but because of strong human activities only a part is favorable to be settled by the birds. Great a difference between hunting and nesting territories can’t be noticed for the region.
The vegetation is made up primarily by scrubland with Kermes Oak (Quercus coccifera) and pine forests with Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis) mainly.

The majority of the nests are located on slopes exposed to south/south-east and are built on side branches of Aleppo Pines.

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