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Can the common kestrel Falco tinnunculus provision increased broods in a mid-latitude environment?


Can the common kestrel Falco tinnunculus provision increased broods in a mid-latitude environment?

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Neuschwander, K.; Schmid, H., 2002: 50 successful broods of the common kestrel Falco tinnunculus at the same site in 50 successive years In 50 Jahren 50 erfolgreiche Bruten des Turmfalken Falco tinnunculus am selben Brutort. A nestbox placed in a production tower of a gravel pit near Bassersdorf (canton of Zurich) was used by Common Kestrels in 50 consecutive years. In every year a brood hatched and fledged successfully, so in total 259 young (5.18 young per brood) we...

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Lueps, Peter., 2000: Common kestrel Falco tinnunculus bringing a message? Turmfalke Falco tinnunculus als Ueberbringer einer Nachricht?. Ornithologische Beobachter. September; 973: 255-257

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Padilla, J.A.; Parejo, J.C.; Salazar, J.; Martinez-Trancon, M.; Rabasco, A.; Sansinforiano, E.; Quesada, A., 2009: Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite markers in lesser kestrel Falco naumanni and cross-amplification in common kestrel Falco tinnunculus. Lesser kestrel, Falco naumanni, is a colonial and migratory species breeding in part of the Mediterranean Basin and part of central Asia and north-east of China and Mongolia. This species is catalogued in IUCN red list category as vulnerable. Twen...

Beaud, M.; Macheret, M., 2004: Capture of a bat by a common kestrel Falco tinnunculus Capture dun chiroptere par un Faucon crecerelle Falco tinnunculus. On 9 November 2003 a Kestrel was seen to have captured a bat (most likely a Noctule Nyctalus noctula) after about 10 attempts during a chase lasting 1 to 2 minutes. The hunting of bats by daytime raptors has been noted from time to time but this i...

Baziz, B.; Souttou, K.; Doumandji, S.; Denys, C., 2001: Notes on common kestrel Falco tinnunculus Aves, Falconidae diet in Algeria Quelques aspects sur le regime alimentaire du faucon crecerelle Falco tinnunculus Aves, Falconidae en Algerie. Alauda, 693: 413-418

Heddergott, M.; Claussen, A.; Roth, E., 1998: Hobby Falco subbuteo and kestrel Falco tinnunculus as predator of bats Chiroptera Baumfalke Falco subbuteo und Turmfalke Falco tinnunculus als Fledermausjager. Abhandlungen und Berichte aus dem Museum Heineanum, 4: 129-131

Michalak, Waldemar., 2002: Occurrence of common kestrel Falco tinnunculus in Leszno in the years 1998-2002 Wystepowanie pustulki Falco tinnunculus w Lesznie w latach 1998-2002. The paper presents distribution of the Common Kestrel in Leszno in the years 1998-2002. In that period the number of couples oscillated between 5 and 11, which gave an average density of 1.56 to 3.44 pairs per 10 km2. Such density is the highest o...