Falco tinnunculus

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small Old World falcon that hovers in the air against a wind

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In northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis), common buzzards, and common kestrels (Falco tinnunculus), significant differences in IOP between juvenile and adult birds were found (P [less than or equal to] .
96 mm Hg in Eurasian eagle owls (Bubo bubo), which are concordant with our results in common kestrels and the owl species.
8,9) In contrast, age differences have to be considered because we found significant differences between juvenile and adult northern goshawks, common buzzards, and common kestrels.
Kestrels would likely dominate magpies in contests for cavities as, in Europe, Common Kestrels (F.
Survival estimates for Common Kestrels (Falco tinnunculus) in the United Kingdom were 80% for males and 66% for females (Dobson 1987).
Re-mating rates in Common Kestrels (Falco tinnunculus) were related to previous nesting success (Village 1990).
1989) and Common Kestrels in Scotland (Village 1990).
In contrast to Common Kestrels and Merlins, in which males have significantly greater site fidelity than females (Village 1990, Warkentin et al.
1999), and Common Kestrels were more likely to change territories after their nesting attempts had failed (Village 1990).
Increased site fidelity with increasing age or experience has been reported for Eurasian Sparrowhawks and Common Kestrels (Newton and Marquiss 1982, Village 1990, Newton and Wyllie 1992, Newton 1993).
Female American Kestrels, like Common Kestrels (Village 1990), Eurasian Sparrowhawks (Newton and Marquiss 1982), and Merlins (James et al.