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All across Africa: highly individual migration routes of Eleonora's falcon
Eleonora's falcon (Falco eleonorae) is a rare raptor species that delays its breeding period until late summer to feed its young with passerines at the peak of autumn migration. Since the 1950s, thisExpand
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Urgent preliminary assessment of ornithological data relevant to the spread of Avian Influenza in Europe
In de loop van 2005 is de aziatische variant van het hoog pathogene Aviarie Influenzavirus (PAI H5N1) verspreid van zuidoost Azie, via zuidwest Siberie, Kazakstan en de zuidelijke Oeral. He vermoedenExpand
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Multi‐temporal distribution modelling with satellite tracking data: predicting responses of a long‐distance migrant to changing environmental conditions
Summary 1. Despite the wealth of data available from satellite tracking (ST) studies, such data have rarely been used to model species distributions. Using a novel method, we show how to exploitExpand
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Complementing the puzzle of Eleonora’s Falcon (Falco eleonorae) migration: new evidence from an eastern colony in the Aegean Sea
AbstractEleonora’s Falcon (Falco eleonorae) is an endemic breeder of the Mediterranean Sea and the Canary Islands that overwinters in Madagascar and surrounding areas. Recent telemetry studies haveExpand
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Nocturnal Hunting by Eleonora's Falcons Falco eleonorae on Their Breeding and Non-Breeding Grounds
Abstract. We report on nocturnal hunting by Eleonora's Falcons in their breeding range in the Mediterranean region and in their non-breeding range in Madagascar. Hunting activity of Eleonora'sExpand
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Current and future suitability of wintering grounds for a long-distance migratory raptor
Conservation of migratory species faces the challenge of understanding the ecological requirements of individuals living in two geographically separated regions. In some cases, the entire populationExpand
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Dead Embryos despite Low Contaminant Loads in Eggs of Eleonora's Falcon
As a long-distance migrant which crosses more than 20 African countries, Eleonora's Falcons might have experienced a substantial accumulation of contaminants when returning to their breeding grounds.Expand
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