Telemetry and Colour-Banding Confirm Predictions About Little Eagle Migration And Territory Desertion

Jerry Olsen

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Abstract

The Little Eagle (Hieraaetus morphnoides) is listed as vulnerable in New South Wales and in the Australian Capital Territory. The work of Nix (1974), Baker-Gabb and Fitzherbert (1989) and Griffioen and Clarke (2002) predicted that Little Eagles would migrate north to tropical areas from southeast Australia. Here I detail these predictions and others about territory desertion, and comment on the fate of the first satellite-tagged Little Eagle.
Original languageEnglish
Pages241-249
Number of pages9
Volume44
Specialist publicationCanberra Bird Notes
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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