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Flying and visual abilities of Circaetus gallicus

Dec 20, 2015 / Comment

The following two texts are dedicated to notable physical abilities of Short-toed Eagles andNormal angle of inclination of Short-toed Eagle flying up, like the previous one of Bernard Joubert, are going to be included in the next issue of La Plume du Circaète (Fr):

• Bernard JOUBERT, 2015 – Performance visuelle du Circaète [Visual abilities of Short-toed Eagle] //

• Bernard JOUBERT, 2015 – Quelques réflexions sur le vol [Some reflections on the flight] //


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.