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Studies and news about bird tracking using satellite telemetry and other technologies (e.g. geolocators).

Immature Short-toed Snake Eagles spend the summer in North Africa

Immature Short-toed Snake Eagles hatched in Spain leave their Sahelian wintering grounds to spend the summer in northern Africa. The importance of data on the non-breeding period of a bird population for understanding demography and for determining conservation strategies is well recognized, especially in long-lived species such as raptors. Short-toed Snake Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) is… Read More »