Black kite Milvus
migrans, Egyptian vulture Neophron percnopterus, common kestrel falco tinnunculus, booted eagle Hieraaetus pennatus, long-legged buzzard, on the other hand, have been taken into account because some of the pairs nest in the heart of the mountain of Sidi Reghis and feed there.
And a number of artists have already been added to the bill, including A.Wesley Chung, Patersani,Wrest, DopeSickFly, Ports of Essen, Milvus Milvus
and James Michael Rodgers.
Sampling places were chosen according to personal reports of field biologists from the "Milvus
Group" Bird and Nature Protection Association.
(2011) Red kite 13.0 [+ or -] 5.5 REUTER et (Milvus milvus
In fact, DxOMark scored the lens significantly higher than the Zeiss Distagon and a few points higher than the newest Zeiss Milvus
Puffinus puffinus - Manx shearwater Milvus milvus
- red kite Dives dives - melodious blackbird Bison bison - American bison.
(8) A recent case report detailed a successfully repaired compound, comminuted metacarpal fracture in a black kite (Milvus
migrans) using an IM pin and coaptation.
Last September three Black-winged Kites (Milvus
migrans) were founddeadfrom poisoning in a farming area near the village of Maroni.
Despite the adverse effects of bushfire and patchiness on birds observed in this study, other studies rather detected an increase in the abundance of some species like upland sandpipers (Bartramia longicauda) and yellow billed kite, Milvus
aegyptius, following burning and grazing activities .
Bonelli's eagle Aquila fasciate, red kite Milvus milvus
or hen harrier Circus cyaneus).
ZEISS has opened up the use of photography camera lenses that are even smaller in size, for cine applications with the patented de-click function of the ZEISS Milvus
SLR lenses and the ZEISS Loxia E-mount CSC lenses.
leptoptera has been reported from the gizzard and proventriculus of the European honey buzzard (Pernis apivorus), Red kite (Milvus milvus
), Eurasian hobby (Falco subbuteo) in Spain (Sanmartin et al., 2004); in Euroasian sparrowhawk (Accipeter nisus) (Cordero del Campillo et al., 1994); in Buteo buteo, Falco tinnunculus and Pernis apivorus in Germany (Kutzer et al., 1980; Krone, 2000).