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19.White-tailed Eagles in Poland

http://eagle.free.ngo.pl/bielik.htm Broken link


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20.White-tailed Eagles in Austria

http://www.europeanraptors.org/interviews/interview_white_tailed_eagle_austria_remo_probst Broken link

See also: http://www.looduskalender.ee/forum/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=233&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=140
(no. 136. White-tailed eagle – Avian Icon returns to the Forests of Austria. By Christian Pichler)


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21.White-tailed Eagles in Scotland

Highland Foundation for Wildlife. Satellite Tracking 2008/2009

http://www.roydennis.org/sea-eagle/


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22. North America

First North American Nesting and Occurrence of Haliaeetus Albicilla on Attu Island, Alaska. By Theodore G. Tobish, Jr. and Lawrence G. Balch

http://elibrary.unm.edu/sora/Condor/files/issues/v089n02/p0433-p0434.pdf Broken link


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23.White-tailed Eagles in the Netherlands

In Dutch

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24.White-tailed Eagles in Sweden

In Swedish

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http://www.naturskyddsforeningen.se/natur-och-miljo/djur-och-natur/faglar/havsorn/fakta-om-havsornen/

Update: The White-tailed Eagle in Sweden – a conservation success story. October 2016

Sea eagles were once an endangered species in Sweden. Now they are a common sight in many Swedish regions and around the Baltic Sea.
White-tailed Eagle numbers in Sweden were estimated to be around 500 pairs before the population declined due to persecution. In 1924, when the White-tailed Eagle was protected by law, perhaps 50 pairs remained in Sweden. In the 50´s about 100 pairs were counted, but during the 70´s the eagle population faced extinction again because of environmental toxins like DDT.
According to the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, today the country is home to about 700 White-tailed Eagle breeding pairs.

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WWF Sweden, October 2016 http://www.wwf.se/wwfs-arbete/arter/1127525-havsorn
Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, September 2016 http://www.naturvardsverket.se/Sa-mar-m ... r/Havsorn/


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25.Origin and genetic structure of white-tailed sea eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) in the Czech Republic:
an analysis of breeding distribution, ringing data and DNA microsatellites


I. Literák, V. Mrlík, A. Hovorková, P. Mikulícek, J. Lengyel, K. Št’astný, J. Cepák, L. Dubská
European Journal of Wildlife Research (Ausgabe 00004/2007), Springer-Verlag

Summary available

http://www.pressekatalog.de/origin-haliaeetus-czech-republic-dna_ARTID_10.1007-ab-s10344-006-0081-z.htm


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26.White-Tailed Eagles on the Isle of Mull

http://www.white-tailed-sea-eagle.co.uk/population-2010.html


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27.White-tailed Eagles in Finland

WWF Finland (Google translation)

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28.The White-tailed Eagle along the Danube

Bird Conservation in the EU: planning for recovery action and sustainable use
BirdLife International FACE/European Commission
Brussels, 23rd November, 2010

http://www.birdlife.org/eu/pdfs/Conference_Frank9.pdf Brokenlink


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29.Population size, distribution and habitat selection of the white-tailed eagle Haliaeetus albicilla in the alluvial wetlands of Croatia

Andreja Radović and Tibor Mikuska

Abstract available

http://www.springerlink.com/content/q90n0t77165l76h4/


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30.The eggs of the extinct Egyptian population of White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla

By Golo Maurer, Douglas G. D. Russell, Friederike Woog & Phillip Cassey
Received 26 November 2009
Published in Vol. 130(3) of The Bulletin of the British Ornithologists´ Club

Summary: Little is known concerning the biology of the now extinct Egyptian population of White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla, and few specimens remain in museums to assess its alleged subspecific status. Here we describe three eggs collected near Lake Manzala and review the collection data and anecdotal reports about this species, to provide a better understanding of the biology of White-tailed Eagles in this southernmost part of their former breeding range.

The paper can be downloaded at the website of the BOC. Click here:
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31.White-tailed eagle monitoring in Iceland 1880-2006

Source: Icelandic Institute of Natural History http://en.ni.is/zoology/birds/White-tai ... onitoring/


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