Peregrine Falcon populations
List of papers



Part I: Population dynamics in Europe





3. János Bagyura, Mátyás Prommer, Tamás Szitta, István Lotár Molnár and Róbert Kazi; Status of Peregrine population in Hungary 1964 - 2007

4. Vilius Baranauskas and Darius Daugėla; Peregrine Falcon in Lithuania

5. Jozef Chavko, Slávka Siryová and Boris Maderič; The population of Peregrine Falcon in Slovakia in 1994-2007

6. Andrew Dixon, Paul Haffield, Mark Lawrence, Alan Lowe, Colin Richards, Glyn Roberts and Mike Thomas; Peregrine population surveys: a case study from Wales



9. Vladimir Ivanovsky and Alexandre Vintchevski; Status of the Peregrine Falcon in Belarus

10. István Komáromi, István Kovács, Zsolt Hegyeli and Réka Beáta Kiss; The status of the Peregrine Falcon in Romania

11. Jelena Kralj, Ivan Budinski and Krešimir Mikulić; Status and trends of the Peregrine in Croatia









20. Dimitar Ragyov, Dimitar Demerdziev and Ivaylo Angelov; Peregrine in Bulgaria – general overview




24. Vitalij V. Vetrov, Sergei P. Prokopenko and Yurij V. Milobog; Distribution and number of the Peregrine in Ukraine


26. Iñigo Zuberogoitia, Ainara Azkona, Jabi Zabala, Lander Astorkia, Iñaki Castillo, Agurtzane Iraeta, José Antonio Martínez and José Enrique Martínez; Phenotypic variations of Peregrine Falcon in subspecies distribution border


Part II: Population dynamics in European and Asian Russia







31. Sergei P. Kharitonov, Yakov I. Kokorev, Damian Nowak, Agnieszka Nowak, Daniil V. Osipov, Olga V. Natalskaya, Nadezhda A. Egorova and Svetlana A. Korkina; Current population trends of the Peregrine Falcon at the North-Western and Central Taimyr Peninsula

32. Sergey P. Paskhalny and Mikhail G. Golovatin; The current status of the Peregrine population in Yamal and Lower Ob region




Part III: Population dynamics in Americas





37. Adam Kozlowski, Jackee Alston, Frank Howe, Clayton White and Chris Colt; The status of the Peregrine Falcon in north-central Utah


Part IV: Population dynamics in Asia and Australia








Part V: Population dynamics in Africa




43. Robert E. Simmons, Andrew R. Jenkins and Christopher J. Brown; A review of the population status and threats to Peregrine Falcons throughout Namibia


Part VI: Food and feeding





46. Marc Ruddock, James H. Wells, Jon P. Smith and W. Ian Montgomery; The biases in raptor diet studies; resolving conservation and sporting conflicts


Part VII: Peregrine and man





49. Robert E. Kenward and Matthew J. G. Gage; Opportunities in falconry for conservation through sustainable use

50. Tadeusz Mizera; Falcons Falconinae on stamps



Part VIII: Reitroduction



52. Zbigniew Bonczar and Bogusław Kozik; The Peregrine Falcon in the Pieniny Mountains




56. Sławomir Sielicki and Janusz Sielicki; Restoration of Peregrine Falcon in Poland 1989-2007


Part IX: Peregrine in urban landscapes




58. Peter Wegner, Helmut Brücher, Stefan Brücher, Thomas Höller, Michael Jöbges, Michael Kladny, Martin Lindner, Gerald Sell, Gero Speer, Thorsten Thomas and Janina Volkhausen; Development of an urban population of Peregrine Falcons in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany: population status, nest site selection and some biological results


Part X: Saker – studies and comparisons with Peregrines



59. János Bagyura, Tamás Szitta, László Haraszthy, József Fidlóczky and Mátyás Prommer; Results of the Saker conservation programme in Hungary, 1980-2006


61. Mátyás Prommer and János Bagyura; Dangerous journeys of Sakers of the Carpathian Basin





Peregrine Falcon populations
Status and perspectives in the 21st century
Edited by Janusz Sielicki and Tadeusz Mizera
ISBN 978-83-920969-6-2
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