New interview about the biology and current conservation situation of Short-toed Eagle in Italy has been given by Francesco Petretti. Like two previous interviews about Short-toed Eagles it is published on the Interviews section of the European Raptors website.
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Short-toed Eagles’ arrival at Italy in 2009Mar 23, 2009 / Comment
The first Short-toed Eagles in Italy were observed on the 26th and 27th of February in Tuscany. Most pairs are now displaying in my Maremma – Tolfa hills study area /map/. A pair of Short-toed Eagle has been breeding in one nesting territory for 37 years (since 1973) and all the territories I checked which were occupied in 2008 have one pair starting to display.
On the 15th of March I joined a group of hundreds of birdwatchers and ornithologists spotting Short-toed Eagles migrating over Arenzano (Genua, Liguria) in North-West Italy: more than 250 specimens were observed on Sunday. A flock consisted of 20 birds.
This is a new video by Vincenzo Rizzo Pinna made already in spring of 2009. Thanks to Vincenzo for the link!