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Flying and visual abilities of Circaetus gallicus

Dec 20, 2015 / Comment

The following two texts are dedicated to notable physical abilities of Short-toed Eagles andNormal angle of inclination of Short-toed Eagle flying up, like the previous one of Bernard Joubert, are going to be included in the next issue of La Plume du Circaète (Fr):

• Bernard JOUBERT, 2015 – Performance visuelle du Circaète [Visual abilities of Short-toed Eagle] // short-toed-eagle.net.

• Bernard JOUBERT, 2015 – Quelques réflexions sur le vol [Some reflections on the flight] // short-toed-eagle.net.

 

Some notes on Short-toed Eagle in old works

Mar 31, 2011 / Comment

These old short texts have been found recently on the Net:

• Bas van Balen, A. R. Compost, 1989 – Overlooked evidence of the Short-toed Eagle Circaetus gallicus on Java // Kukila. Vol. 4 – No 1-2 – P. 44-46. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En) /map/;

• Wolfgang Rowold & Harald Weidener, 1999 – Beobachtung eines Schlangenadlers (Circaetus gallicus (Gmel.,1788)) in Marienmünster, Krs. Höxter [Observation of the Short-toed Eagle in Marienmünster] // Egge-Weser. Bd. 12. – S. 61. – Short-toed Eagle. file (De) /map/.

And a work on flight properties of Palearctic Eagles, where Short-toed Eagle is one of the research objects:

• Kirmse W., 1998 – Morphometric features characterizing Flight Properties of Palearctic Eagles // Holarctic Birds of Prey. – P. 339-348. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).