Red-footed Falcon

Red-footed Falcon


Literature Red-footed Falcon
[order] Falconiformes |

Red-footed Falcon determination[order] Falconiformes | [family] Falconidae | [latin] Falco vespertinus | [UK] Red-footed Falcon | [FR] Faucon kobez | [DE] Rotfußfalke | [ES] Cernícalo de Patas Rojas | [IT] Falco cuculo | [NL] Roodpootvalk


Paternity assurance in two species of colonially breeding
falcon: the kestrel Falco tinnunculus and the red-footed
falcon Falco vespertinus

Author(s): Rottraut Ille et al.
Abstract: Mate-guarding and frequent within-pair copulations are the two main paternity
guards of male birds. Some species of birds of prey depend on large foraging areas due to
the availability and dispersion of their food, and males supply their females wi..[more]..
Source: Etología, 10:11-15 (2002)
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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
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