38.The White-tailed Eagle in Austria: The White-tailed Eagle project of the WWF Austria
Der Seeadler (Haliaeetus albicilla) in Österreich: Das WWF Österreich Seeadlerprojekt
Remo Probst, 2009
“The paper deals with the development of the White-tailed Eagle population since the 1990s in Austria. It outlines the White-tailed Eagle project of the WWF Austria that has been implemented with numerous partners.”
Abstract in English available.
© Biologiezentrum Linz/Austria; download at http://www.biologiezentrum.at
Dr. Remo PROBST
Dr. G.H. Neckheimstraße 18/3
A-9560 Feldkirchen, Österreich
Maps, tables, pictures, e.g.:
Pictures page 30: (a) Numerous poisoning incidents of White-tailed Eagles
and other animals finally lead to the initiation of the WWF White-tailed Eagle project, however, action for that species was taken already before. Figure (b) shows a demonstration of hunting trap
opponents in front of the “Niederösterreichisches Landhaus” which, back then in 1990, was still located in the Viennese Herrengasse.
Picture page 37: (a) A Black Stork nest used and slightly enlarged by wintering White-tailed Eagles
Table page 42: Prey of the White-tailed Eagle in Austria
; diagram page 42: Comparison of summer and winter prey of the White-tailed Eagle in Austria
; diagram page 43: Regional variation in the winter prey of White-tailed Eagles in Austria
Diagram page 45: Loss causes of the White-tailed Eagle
in Austria before and after 1980.
Map page 40: Origin of ringed White-tailed Eagles recovered in Austria
KW: Austria, breeding population development, conservation, migration, prey, ringing, synchronized winter census, threatshttp://www.europeanraptors.org/documents/wte_austria/DENISIA_PROBST_0027_0029-0050.pdfINGERMANLANGUAGE