Giorgos Karris

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We gathered data for a four-year period (2004–2007) on the nesting ecology and reproductive performance of Eleonora’s falcon in the Aegean Sea. We investigated in an indirect way the relation between clutch size and pre-laying food availability, the significance of site and pair quality on productivity, and the effects of habitat and intraspecific(More)
With more than 80% of the species global population breeding in Greece, Eleonora’s Falcon (Falco eleonorae) is reported to be the most important bird species in the country. A national population survey was conducted during the breeding seasons 2004–2006 in order to assess the species' breeding distribution and population size. This census was the first of(More)
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