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Nesting habitat selection by the Spanish imperial eagle Aquila adalberti

AuthorsGonzález, Luis M.; Bustamante, Javier ; Hiraldo, F.
Issue Date1992
CitationBiological Conservation 1992, 59, 45—50
AbstractNesting habitat selection by the Spanish imperial eagle Aquila adalberti was quantitatively assessed. Nest sites chosen did not differ from the available habitat with regard to physiography and vegetation, but the eagles tended to avoid areas affected by human disturbance. Nest sites used by subadults and those of adults that were recently established tended to be in more disturbed areas than those used by adults or in traditional nesting localities. Management recommendations for more effective conservation of the eagle’s habitat are discussed
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0006-3207(92)90712-V
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