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Report of Jean-Pierre and Isabelle Malafosse for 2012

Jan 14, 2013 / Comment
The same colour-ringed male Short-toed Eagle photographed at the same breeding territory in 2007 and 5 years later, in 2012, at the age of 11 and 16 years, respectively (photos 4th and 5th in the report)

This is the next annual report on results of a long-term study of Short-toed Eagle in Cévennes National Park /map/:

Jean-Pierre et Isabelle MALAFOSSE, 2012 – Le Circaète Jean-le-Blanc, résultats pour 2012. Suivi des Rapaces forestiers en Lozère et dans le Parc National des Cévennes [Short-toed Eagle, results for 2012. Monitoring of Raptors in Lozère and in the Cévennes National Park], rapport interne C.R.B.P.O./ P.N.C.: 12 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}.

 

Sameh Darawshi’s research

Dec 30, 2006 / Comment

This not big text written by Sameh Darawshi represents his project of researching Short-toed Eagles:

Sameh Darawshi, 2006 – Aggregation, movement dynamics and feeding habits of the Short-toed Snake-Eagle in relation to agricultural activities in the Judean slopes // short-toed-eagle.net (En) /map/.

This text may be regarded as a preview of the great and long-term research of Short-toed Eagles in the Middle East.