Eleonoras Falcon

Eleonoras Falcon

Summary:

Literature Eleonoras Falcon
[order] Falconiformes |

Eleonoras Falcon determination[order] Falconiformes | [family] Falconidae | [latin] Falco eleonorae | [UK] Eleonoras Falcon | [FR] Faucon d’Eleonore | [DE] Eleonorenfalke | [ES] Halcón de Eleonor | [IT] Falco della regina | [NL] Eleonoras Valk


Literature

Title
Flight performance during hunting excursions in Eleonora’s falcon Falco eleonor
Author(s): A Hedenstrom, M Rosen, S Akesson, and F Spina
Abstract: Among birds, falcons are high-performance flyers, in many cases adapted for rial hunting and hence suitable targets for investigating limits to flight performance. Using an optical range finder, we measured flight tracks of Eleonora’s falcon (Falco ..[more]..
Source: The Journal of Experimental Biology 202, 2029-2039 (1999)
download article (pdf)


Title
The study of nest-site preferences in Eleonora’s falcon Falco eleonorae
through digital terrain models on a western Mediterranean island

Author(s): G. Urios and A. Martinez-Abrai
Abstract: This study addresses nesting-site preferences in Eleonora’s falcon Falco eleonorae by means of geographic information systems and high-quality high-resolution digital terrain models (DTMs). A small western Mediterranean archipelago (Columbretes Islan..[more]..
Source: J Ornithol (2006) 147: 13-23
download article (pdf)


Title
Soaring Flight in the Eleonora’s Falcon (Falco eleonorae)
Author(s): Mikael Rose and Anders Hedenstrom
Abstract: Eleonora’s Falcon (Falco eleonorae)
breeds in the Mediterranean region and is highly
adapted for catching small birds on passage migration
between Eurasia and their African winter quarters,
which they feed their young.We studied gliding
flight b..[more]..
Source: The Auk 119(3):835-840, 2002
download article (pdf)


Title
Is growing tourist activity
affecting the distribution or
number of breeding pairs in
a small colony of the Eleonora’s Falcon?

Author(s): A. Martínez-Abrain, D. Oro, V. Ferrís & R. Belenguer
Abstract: Is growing tourist activity affecting the distribution or number of breeding pairs in a small colony of the
Eleonora’s Falcon?- Human disturbance is a common threat for species of conservation concern such as the
Eleonora’s Falcon. This paper shows..[more]..
Source: Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 25.2 (2002)
download article (pdf)


All of Falconidae

  1. American Kestrel
  2. Falco sparverius
  1. Amur Falcon
  2. Falco amurensis
  1. Barbary Falcon
  2. Falco pelegrinoides
  1. Eleonoras Falcon
  2. Falco eleonorae
  1. Gyrfalcon
  2. Falco rusticolus
  1. Hobby
  2. Falco subbuteo
  1. Kestrel
  2. Falco tinnunculus
  1. Lanner Falcon
  2. Falco biarmicus
  1. Lesser Kestrel
  2. Falco naumanni
  1. Merlin
  2. Falco columbarius
  1. Peregrine Falcon
  2. Falco peregrinus
  1. Red-footed Falcon
  2. Falco vespertinus
  1. Saker Falcon
  2. Falco cherrug
Join the discussion