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The Results of Attracting the Imperial Eagle and the White-Tailed Eagle into Artificial Nests in the Samara District, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 23

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Full reference: Shashkin M.M., Karyakin I.V., Pazhenkov A.S., Levashkin A.P., Adamov S.G., Kolesova N.E., Golova S.V., Rymina N.V. The Results of Attracting the Imperial Eagle and the White-Tailed Eagle into Artificial Nests in the Samara District, Russia. – Raptors Conservation. 2011. № 23. P. 138-151.

Abstract

The results of attracting the White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) and the Imperial Eagle (Aquila heliaca) into artificial nests in the Samara district are presented in this article. The success and failures of the project are discussed. The nesting platforms were not occupied by the White-Tailed Eagle. Attracting of the Imperial Eagle turned out to be successful. By the fourth year of using artificial nests, their contribution into the increase in population of the Imperial Eagle in the northeast of the Samara district was 14.3%. When building new nests, Imperial Eagles preferred to use nesting platforms. Thus, when building new nests at sites already containing nest platforms, the eagles chose to use the platforms in four out of five cases (80.0%). In two cases, the eagles relocated to the nesting platforms from their earlier nesting sites at a distance of over 2 km.
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raptors, birds of prey, White-Tailed Eagle, Haliaeetus albicilla, Imperial Eagle, Aquila heliaca, artificial nest, nesting platforms

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