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Mortality causes of STE and Booted Eagle in Spain

May 30th, 2016 / Comment

Results of analysis of 434 Short-toed Snake Eagle mortality cases are presented in the recently published article:

• J. E. Martínez , I. Zuberogoitia, M. V. Jiménez-Franco, S. Mañosa, J. F. Calvo, 2016 – Spatio-temporal variations in mortality causes of two migratory forest raptors in Spain // European Journal of Wildlife Research, Feb. 2016, Vol. 62(1): pp. 109-118. (En).

The data were collected by wildlife rehabilitation centres in Spain within the 16-year period of 1990-2006. Unfortunately, the full text is not yet available online for free.

 

White Short-toed Eagle fledgling in Spain in 2013

November 22nd, 2015 / 1 Comment

EL ÁGUILA BLANCA (Circaetus gallicus)This bird had been photographed by Javier G. in Peñaflor (the environments of Zaragoza city, Spain) /map/ in August 2013. Thanks to the author and to Javier Blasco-Zumeta we have the following information about that unique record of leucism in Short-toed Snake Eagle:

That absolutely white bird was born in a forest of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis), successfully left the nest, was observed in its territory until the end of September, and when it was time to start the migration the juvenile Short-toed Eagle flew away.

If the bird has survived, its return to Europe may be expected next year, after 2 years of probable wintering and summering in Africa.

 

Short-toed Eagles and wind farms in Spain

January 8th, 2014 / Comment

Wind farms fields in Spain and a Short-toed Eagle on a perchThe study had been conducted in a region of Gibraltar /map/ in 2009-2012. Antonio-Román Muñoz presented some results at the Conference on Wind Power and Environmental Impacts Stockholm 5-7 Feb 2013. Also you can get general ideas about the main research directions of the group of Spanish biologists:

Beatriz YÁÑEZ, Antonio-Román MUÑOZ, Beatriz MARTIN, Manuela DE LUCAS, Bert TOXOPEUS & Miguel FERRER, 2013 – Effects of wind farms on local and migratory populations of Short-toed Eagle Circaetus gallicusShort-toed Eagle. file (En) – presentation, 31 pages.

The presentation is available on a website of The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, as well as abstracts of the conferenceAbstracts. file (En).

 

Interview with G. Moreno-Rueda on EuropeanRaptors.org

October 19th, 2013 / Comment

Short-toed Eagle in Spain 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 only one egg and how the future looks like for those impressive raptors in that impressive country.

 

New article on Short-toed Eagle diet in Spain

September 28th, 2013 / Comment

Please pay attention to bibliographical information and the Spanish summary of the following article written by Beatriz Yáñez and others. It concerns presence of Invertebrates in diet of Short-toed Eagle in the Gibraltar region /map/:

Beatriz Yáñez, Antonio-Román Muñoz, Miguel Ferrer, 2013 – Invertebrates as Prey of Short-toed Snake-Eagles (Circaetus gallicus) // Journal of Raptor Research, 47(3): P. 320-323.

 

Short note about diet of Short-toed Eagle in NW Spain

July 29th, 2013 / Comment

The following text is available now on the Spanish Herpetological Society website:

• A. Acuña Rodríquez, F. Martinez-Freiría, G. Velo-Antón, 2013 – Ingesta de tres especies de herpetos (Bufo calamita, Anguis fragilis, Vipera seoanei) por un ejemplar de águila culebrera (Circaetus gallicus) abatido en un parque eólico [Three species are found in a Short-toed Eagle killed by wind farm] // Boletín de la Asociación Herpetológica Española, vol. 24(1): Pre-publication, ms685. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Es) /map/.

 

Short-toed Eagle in Extremadura (Spain) and in Kenya

May 30th, 2012 / Comment

View please the text (En) dedicated to Short-toed Eagle in Extremadura /map/ which is posted by Javier Prieta on the Birds of Extremadura site.

Also on the Global Raptor Information Network website you can find the following paper:

• William S. CLARK, David FISHER, Brian FINCH, Bernd de BRUIJN and Itai SHANI, 2005 – Status of Beaudouin’s Circaetus beaudouini and Short-toed Snake-eagles Circaetus gallicus in Kenya // Bulletin of the African Bird Club, 12: 150-152. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).

 
 


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