Second clutches by Common Kestrels Falco tinnunculus breeding on buildings in Israel

Motti Charter, Amos Bouskila, Yossi Leshem

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Abstract

pick out even at a distance against the light. Although associating with the 15-strong Crowned Sandgrouse group and adapting its general rhythm, the Pin-tailed Sandgrouse reacted slowly to the other sandgrouse, often lagging slightly behind them when they moved, or wandering off a few metres when feeding (Plate 2). In contrast, it merged well with the group in flight
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)165-167
JournalSandgrouse
Volume27
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2005

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