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Satellite tracking of Short-toed Eagles in Italy. 2011

Sep 25, 2011 / Comment
Progetto Biancone: Dalla Basilicata le prime aquile italiane marcate con trasmittente satellitare

The satellite tracking project continues in Southern Italy this year. Three juvenile Short-toed Eagles were tagged with transmitters in Regional Park Gallipoli Cognato /map/. The project is managed by Giuseppe Lucia and Ugo Mellone (University of Alicante). Maps with the tracks are available on the Regional Park Gallipoli Cognato website.

 

New section about Sameh’s study

Apr 16, 2007 / 2 Comments
Sameh's contact information

Just a few words about a section dedicated to the subject of Sameh’s research “Agricultural influences on the ecology of the Short-toed Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) in the Judean slopes” /map/ on The Jerusalem Bird Observatory website.

The section, which can be rated as an independent site, includes such subsections as Gallery, Team, Research, Transmitters & Migration, About me and so on. You can find there notes and many photos illustrating the study development.

 

Bernd-Ulrich Meyburg’s satellite telemetry

Jan 20, 2006 / Comment

Articles of Bernd-Ulrich and Christiane Meyburgs dedicated to the satellite telemetry of migrating Short-toed Eagles (source – website of Bernd-U. and Christiane Meyburg – Raptor Research):

Meyburg, B.-U., & C. Meyburg, 1999 – NASA-Satelliten im Dienste der Vogelforschung: Mit dem Schlangenadler nach Westafrika // Der Falke, 46: 164-177. – Short-toed Eagle. file (De).

Bernd-U. Meyburg, Christiane Meyburg & Jean-Claude Barbraud, 1998 – Migration strategies of an adult Short-toed Eagle tracked by satellite // Alauda, 66 (1): 39-48. – Short-toed Eagle. file (En).