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Short-toed Eagle in the NW of Smolensk Region

May 31, 2017 / Comment

The article by Marina Sidenko dedicated to that case of Short-toed Eagle breeding on an artificial platform in the national park "Smolenskoe Poozerje" /map/ was published in Russian Ornithological Journal (Русский орнитологический журнал). Also, her work in cooperation with Viktor Belik is worthy of the special attention (Ru):

• Марина СИДЕНКО, 2017 – Гнездование змееяда Circaetus gallicus на искусственной гнездовой платформе в национальном парке «Смоленское Поозерье» [Nesting of the Short-toed Snake Eagle on an artificial platform in the National Park "Smolenskoe Poozerje"] // Русский орнитологический журнал, Том 26, Экспресс-выпуск 1427: 1372-1375. – Short-toed Eagle. file {rough translation}.

• Марина СИДЕНКО, Виктор БЕЛИК, 2012 – О гнездовании змееяда на северо-западе Смоленщины [On breeding of the Short-toed Eagle in the NW part of the Smolensk Region, western European Russia] // Орнитология, Вып. 37: С. 118-123. – Short-toed Eagle. file {rough translation}.

 

La Plume du Circaète n° 12

Jun 11, 2016 / Comment
La Plume du Circaète on the LPO website

This year’s issue of the bulletin La Plume du Circaète is currently available – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}. The list of contents is in English (En) this time, thanks to Ferenc and Gábor Papp:

PROTECTION AND STUDY

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· Observations of 2cy STEs in Europe
p.3
· Experiments with artificial nests for STEs
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· Feeding group of STEs in Minervois
p.5
· Unusual start of migration
p.6
· Preliminary data on the Short-toed Eagle in the suburbs of Marseille
p.11
· A Short-toed Eagle trying to bath?
p.12
· STE monitoring in Haute-Province in the Alps
p.14
· Protection of a nesting habitat in Vendée
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· Setting up a STE network in Gard
p.17
· Visual performance of the Short-toed Eagle
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· Bad luck for one, good luck for another
p.19
· Life of the STE in pictures
p.25
· Reflections on flying on thermals
p.27
· Data on skipping breeding in Haute Loire – What is the value of observation?
p.28
· About prey and feeding
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· Note on post-breeding migration at the monitoring site of Eyne in 2015

INTERNATIONAL

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· First nesting of the STE in Suisse
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· Individual variations in summering areas among immature STEs
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· Influence of geographical and climatic factors on the migration of the STE
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· Seminar in Grosetto, Italy

CONNECTION AND EVENTS

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· The STE flyer is finally available
p.40
· 4th Short-toed Eagle meeting
 

Repeated egg-laying in Hungary in 1981

Apr 30, 2016 / Comment

The presented article refers to the following: in spring ’81 the author discovered that a nest found in the previous year in the Pilis Mountains /map/ had fallen down. They built an artificial nest and kept watching the site. Later, they observed the pair occupying the nest and found egg remains under it on April 25, so the egg laying took place a few days earlier. It was the earliest known egg-laying of this species at that time. Since the pair was holding the territory they checked back in June 4 and found the female incubating. Despite the repeated egg-laying the fledgling left the nest early August.

• L. Haraszthy, 1982 – Kígyászölyv (Circaetus gallicus) pótköltése műfészekben [Repeated egg-laying of Short-toed Eagle in an artificial nest] // Madártani Tájékoztató, Oct-Dec.: pp. 266-267. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Hu).

Thanks to Gábor Papp for sharing the text and its brief summary!