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Title: Large flock of Short-toed eagles Circaetus gallicus in late autumn
Authors: Coleiro, Charles
Keywords: Birds -- Malta
Eagles -- Malta
Issue Date: 1999
Publisher: Birdlife Malta
Citation: Coleiro, C. (1999). Large flock of Short-toed eagles Circaetus gallicus in late autumn. Il-Merill, 29, 28.
Abstract: The Short-toed Eagle Circaetus gallicus is almost exclusively a summer visitor to the Western Palearctic with exceptional winter reports from southern Europe. Southward movements from Europe begins from late August or early September to mid-October with stragglers lingering into November in central Europe and France. In Malta it is a scarce autumn migrant usually recorded from mid-September to mid-October, but occasionally in November and December.
Appears in Collections:Il-Merill : issue 29 : 1999
Il-Merill : issue 29 : 1999

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