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Short-toed Eagle research projects in Croatia

Sep 30, 2018 / Comment

The following paper by Ivan Budinski established principles of the local Short-toed Eagle population monitoring program in Croatia:

• Ivan BUDINSKI, 2014 – Nacionalni program za monitoring zmijara (Circaetus gallicus) [National monitoring program for Short-toed Eagle] // Udruga BIOM. Zagreb: 10 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Hr).

The author is one of Croatian researchers involved in the project of GPS tracking of Paško, the local young Short-toed Eagle. The map of the bird’s migratory movements is available online and regularly updated.

 

Short-toed Eagles and wind farms in Spain

Jan 8, 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).

 

Abstracts and short texts selection

Feb 4, 2006 / Comment
2 articles 2004-2005

This is just selection of links on miscellaneous texts and abstracts of articles about Short-toed Eagles. So…

Some abstracts can be found on the NCBI website with PubMed database:

• Sacchi P, Soglia D, Maione S, Meneguz G, Campora M, Rasero R, 2004 – A non-invasive test for sex identification in short-toed Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) // Mol Cell Probes, Jun 18 (3): 193-6. (En).

• Martin GR, Katzir G, 1999 – Visual fields in Short-toed Eagles, Circaetus gallicus (Accipitridae), and the function of binocularity in birds // Brain Behav Evol, 53 (2): 55-66. (En).

Short-toed Eagle. Milivoj Vuchanovich's photos
Few photos taken by Milivoj Vuchanovich with short text (En) is located among notes about Rare Birds Of Vršac Mt. (Serbia Montenegro). The same subject:
• Rašajski, J. & Vučanović, M., 1999 – Orao zmijar (Circaetus gallicus) nova gnezdarica Vršačkih planina (Sr). Short-toed Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) – a new breeder of Vrsacke Mountains, fourth article with summary (En) (source – Zetna website).

The encyclopedic compilation of information (Es) among other things has extensive ornithological bibliography concerning researching of Short-toed Eagle. The source is a site of the Enciclopedia Virtual de los Vertebrados Españoles.

 

Short-toed Eagles of Kiev Region

Dec 16, 2005 / Comment

Sergey Domashevsky’s article about Short-toed Eagle population of Kiev Region (Ukraine) /map/:

• С. В. Домашевский, 2005 – Распространение, численность и миграции змееяда (Circaetus gallicus) в Киевской области [Distribution, numbers and migrations of the Short-toed Eagle in Kiev Region] // Заповідна справа в Україні, 11 (1): 45-49. (Ru).

Its summary (En) and illustrations:

Some photos of Kiev Region’s Short-toed Eagles and their breeding places:

Short-toed Eagle. Konstantin Pismennyi. 2005

And a water-colour painting of flying Short-toed Eagle made by an artist Igor Zemlyanskih: