This is short, but fresh news from GREFA. Old pair of Short-toed Eagles continues to breed in captivity this year in the GREFA Wild Fauna Recovery Centre. They do it regularly during several years, but there is no much information available about each breeding attempt yet.
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GREFA news 2008 and Observado.org (Bèta)Oct 6, 2008 / 2 Comments
This is the third time we bring to your attention GREFA and their successes in breeding and following release of Short-toed Eagles.
The second thing is an appearance of the Observado.org website as a global version of Waarneming.nl we told about before. Please take a look at the ‘About this species’ right column menu there.
GREFA news and a videoSep 29, 2007 / Comment
We would like to point your attention to some news (Es) of GREFA concerning the breeding of Short-toed Eagles in captivity during the season 2007. You can use the search form to find all materials on the species on this site. Such as Nacimiento de un Águila Culebrera en GREFA or Cría de Cernícalo primilla 2007 including before-mentioned.
The next subject of the post is a link to one more short video of Short-toed Eagle eating a snake. The source is the Videoscoping section of the Stage6 website.
Breeding in captivityJan 10, 2007 / 1 Comment
There are two short notes describing cases of Short-toed Eagles’ successful breeding in captivity in 2006 year on two different sites:
• Reintroducida un Aguila culebrera nacida en cautividad – Enviado por: GREFA el Sabado, 15 de Julio de 2006 – 02:43 CET (Es).
• Un circaète Jean-Le-Blanc nait en captivité – Agence France-Presse; Lourdes, France, Le jeudi 15 juin 2006 (Fr).