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First replacement clutch by a polyandrous trio of bearded vultures (Gypaetus barbatus) in the Spanish Pyrenees

AuthorsMargalida, Antoni ; Bertran, Joan
Issue Date2002
PublisherRaptor Research Foundation
CitationJournal of Raptor Research 36(2): 154-155 (2002)
AbstractThe Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) is a territorial, cliff-nesting accipitrid vulture whose diet basically consists of bones. Monogamy is the most common mating system (del Hoyo et al. 1994, Handbook of the birds of the world. Vol. 2. New world vultures to guineafowl. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona, Spain) although some cases of polyandry (15% of 92 territories in 2000) have been documented in the Pyrenees (Heredia and Donfizar 1990, Biol. Conserv. 53:163-171).
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