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Migratory patterns and settlement areas revealed by remote sensing in an endangered intra-African migrant, the Black Harrier (Circus maurus)

analyses. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Marie-Sophie Garcia-Heras, Beatriz Arroyo, Franc?ois Mougeot, Robert E. Simmons. 15 / 19 Data curation: Marie-Sophie Garcia-Heras, Beatriz Arroyo, Franc ... ?ois Mougeot. Formal analysis: Marie-Sophie Garcia-Heras. Funding acquisition: Beatriz Arroyo, Keith Bildstein, Jean-Franc?ois Therrien, Robert E. Simmons. Investigation: Marie-Sophie Garcia-Heras

Montagu’s Harrier breeding parameters in relation to weather, colony size and nest protection schemes: a long-term study in Extremadura, Spain

On the basis of long-term (2001–2017) and extensive data (> 1700 breeding attempts), we assess factors influencing breeding parameters in Montagu’s Harrier (Circus pygargus), a medium-sized ground-nesting semi-colonial raptor breeding in cereal fields, in a study area in its core distribution range (Extremadura, Spain). We evaluated annual and long-term variation in breeding...

Forecasting Large-Scale Habitat Suitability of European Bustards under Climate Change: The Role of Environmental and Geographic Variables

We modelled the distribution of two vulnerable steppe birds, Otis tarda and Tetrax tetrax, in the Western Palearctic and projected their suitability up to the year 2080. We performed two types of models for each species: one that included environmental and geographic variables (space-included model) and a second one that only included environmental variables (space-excluded model...

A Resource-Based Modelling Framework to Assess Habitat Suitability for Steppe Birds in Semiarid Mediterranean Agricultural Systems

European agriculture is undergoing widespread changes that are likely to have profound impacts on farmland biodiversity. The development of tools that allow an assessment of the potential biodiversity effects of different land-use alternatives before changes occur is fundamental to guiding management decisions. In this study, we develop a resource-based model framework to...

Effect of Game Management on Wild Red-Legged Partridge Abundance

The reduction of game and fish populations has increased investment in management practices. Hunting and fishing managers use several tools to maximize harvest. Managers need to know the impact their management has on wild populations. This issue is especially important to improve management efficacy and biodiversity conservation. We used questionnaires and field bird surveys in...

Demographic history, genetic structure and gene flow in a steppe-associated raptor species

Background Environmental preferences and past climatic changes may determine the length of time during which a species range has contracted or expanded from refugia, thereby influencing levels of genetic diversification. Connectivity among populations of steppe-associated taxa might have been maximal during the long glacial periods, and interrupted only during the shorter...

New directions in management strategy evaluation through cross-fertilization between fisheries science and terrestrial conservation

E. J. Milner-Gulland () Beatriz Arroyo Celine Bellard Julia Blanchard Nils Bunnefeld Miguel 0 Ecologie, Systematique et Evolution, UMR CNRS 8079, Univ Paris-Sud, 91405 Orsay, France 1 Instituto de