Encounters of Golden Eagles banded in the Rocky Mountain West

  title={Encounters of Golden Eagles banded in the Rocky Mountain West},
  author={Alan R Harmata},
Abstract Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) were banded as nestlings, migrants, wintering birds, and resident breeders in three states of the U.S. Rocky Mountain West between June 1973 and January 1999. To January 2000, 6.2% of 325 eagles banded had been encountered as dead or injured birds or live captures. Median age of all encounters was 2.25 yr. Sex ratio of Golden Eagles encountered was not different from sex ratio at banding. Eagles banded as migrants were encountered less frequently than… 

Quantifying Sources of Mortality and Wintering Ranges of Golden Eagles from Interior Alaska Using Banding and Satellite Tracking

Abstract Documenting the year-round movements and factors affecting the survival of wide-ranging birds is essential for developing effective conservation strategies. This is especially true for

Survival Probability and Mortality of Migratory Juvenile Golden Eagles from Interior Alaska

The results indicate that low first-year survival may limit recruitment of golden eagle recruitment and it is recommended that golden eagle monitoring programs include survival estimates.

Movements of Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) from Interior Alaska During Their First Year of Independence

Abstract We used satellite telemetry to study year-round movements of two cohorts of juvenile Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) from Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Radiotagged Golden

First-Year Dispersal of Golden Eagles from Natal Areas in the Southwestern United States and Implications for Second-year Settling

Abstract Knowledge of dispersal from natal areas by pre-breeding-age Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) in North America is sparse, though crucial for conservation planning. During 2010–2015, we used

Dispersal and Survival of Juvenile Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) from Finnmark, Northern Norway

Abstract The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) in Fennoscandia has a widespread breeding range. In Norway, it spans from 58° in the south to 71° north in Finnmark County, making it likely the

Golden Eagles in Denali National Park and Preserve : productivity and survival in relation to landscape characteristics of nesting territories

approved: Michael W. Col1o Denali National Park and Preserve (Denali) contains one of the highest densities of nesting Golden Eagles (Aquila cluysaetos) in North America. Productivity of this

Survival Estimates and Cause of Mortality of Golden Eagles in South-Central Montana

The survival probability estimates from the Golden Eagles the authors monitored were higher than reported estimates from other locations, and can assist with the development of population matrices and increase the knowledge on causes of Golden Eagle mortality.

Longevity record for North American Golden Eagle

Between 7 Jun 1973 and 2 Jul 1979, 87 Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) were banded with US Fish & Wildlife (USFWS; now US Geological Survey USGS) bands as nestlings (L) in northeastern Colorado from

Survival of Montana Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos)

Using the best available direct observation and circumstantial evidence, it is surmised that only a single eagle died during monitoring, resulting in a daily survival estimate and an annual survival estimate of 0.905 for a mixture of adult and younger, resident and migrant, breeder and nonbreeder eagles living in relatively undisturbed regions of the western United States.

Clearcutting and the breeding productivity of golden eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) in Västerbotten County

The golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is red-listed as near threatened in Sweden, but there are many basic ecological and demographical parameters important for successful management and conservation



Movements and survival of bald eagles banded in the greater yellowstone ecosystem

Movements and survival of immature bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) beyond their first winter remain largely unknown, and lack of information may impede strategies for effective conservation.

Spatial use and habitat selection of golden eagles in southwestern Idaho

-We measured spatial use and habitat selection of radio-tagged Golden Eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) at eight to nine territories each year from 1992 to 1994 in the Snake River Birds of Prey National


Recovery locations suggested that breeding populations of Ferruginous Hawks remain segregated during winter, which may be important for some populations, especially those that winter in populated areas of California and Mexico.

Breeding Biology of the Golden Eagle in Southwestern Idaho

Nesting success, density, mortality, and evaluate current population status of Golden Eagles in southwestern Idaho are described.

Golden Eagle Population Studies in the Southwest

In October 1962 the Bald Eagle Act of 1940 was amended to include protection for the Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos). Under this regulation, authorization for control of Golden Eagles by ground

Nesting of subadult golden eagles in Southwestern Idaho

Etude du succes nidificateur de subadultes d'Aquila chrysaetos, dans le sud-ouest de l'Idaho de 1970 a 1981 en fonction de divers facteurs de milieu

Estimating time-specific survival and reporting rates for adult birds from band returns

SUMMARY A probability model consisting of a product of multinomial distributions is derived for a bird banding experiment in which a new batch of banded birds is released at the beginning of each

Handbook of North American birds

Describes the physical features, field identification, habitat, distribution, migration, reproduction, and habits of American species and subspecies north of Mexico.

Clarification of a technique for analysis of utilization-availability data

En prenant pour exemple Ovis canadensis (observe dans les Monts Harquabale, Arizona) on teste la methode statistique de Neu et coll.

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