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Movements of Harpy Eagles Harpia harpyja during their first two years after hatching

AuthorsMuñiz-López, Ruth; Limiñana, Rubén ; Urios, Vicente
Issue Date2012
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationBird Study 59(4): 509-514 (2012)
Abstract[Capsule]: Two juvenile Harpy Eagles were tagged at their nests with satellite transmitters. During the first two years after hatching both birds moved very short distances, with a maximum recorded distance of 1.3km from the nest. During the study period, neither bird started juvenile dispersal, but while one of the birds showed a significant overall increase in mean monthly distance from nest with age, the other bird did not. Protecting territories of adult Harpy Eagles may enhance the protection of juveniles for a long period of time.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1080/00063657.2012.722190
issn: 0006-3657
e-issn: 1944-6705
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