Please visit this page to read a story of Dorsey (Iw) – Short-toed Eagle, which was ringed by Sameh Darawshi in Israel /map/, was captured in Sudan and then was photographed in Israel again. The story is in Hebrew, but you may use Google Translate, for example, to English.
Posts tagged ‘DARAWSHI Sameh’
About Short-toed Eagle on the KKL websiteFeb 9, 2009 / Comment
Some popular articles (En) about Short-toed Eagles in the Judean plains and about Sameh Darawshi‘s researches /map/ can be found on this web-resource:
Air-to-Air Combat between Birds of Prey and The Short-Toed Eagle in British Park.
Please use also the Search to get the information on Short-toed Eagle there.
Updating the site with my researchJan 6, 2007 / 1 Comment
First I want to bless the creator of this website for such an initiative. As a Short-toed Eagle lover and researcher I think we have here a great opportunity to exchange information and concentrate efforts in loving and understanding this lovely Animal.
My research on the Short-toed Eagle here in Israel /map/ brings a totally new aspects that are different or even contradict what is known about Short-toed Eagle in other places i.e. Aggregation and high rodent content in diet, also highest breeding density in the world.
I have replied positively to the creator of this website’s offer to give some updates on the Short-toed Eagle in my study area.
Hence, I am declaring that some updates would be added from time to time.
Any researcher or any birdwatcher, farmer or a field guy who has seen familiar phenomenon with Short-toed Eagle aggregation in his area is kindley requested to send a report to HoverOverUs • Short-toed-Eagle and to me at the following adress:
Sameh Darawshi’s researchDec 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.