Journal name: Rendiconti Lincei




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ARTICLE TITLE: Distribution of nocturnal birds (Strigiformes and Caprimulgidae) in relation to land use types, extent and configuration in agricultural landscapes of Central Italy

JOURNAL NAME: Rendiconti Lincei

Corresponding author:

Paola Bartolommei

COT (Tuscan Ornithological Society), cp 470, 57100 Livorno, Italy

e-mail: paola.bartolommei@ethoikos.it

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ESM_1 Mean movement and radius of land use buffer for each nocturnal bird species.

Species

Movement (m)

References

Distance to survey points (m)

Otus scops

380

Cramp 1985; Galeotti and Gariboldi 1994; Marchesi and Sergio 2005

300

500

1000

Athene noctua

300

Cramp 1985; Martínez and Zuberogoitia 2004a; Zuberogoitia et al. 2007

300

500

1000

Tyto alba

1300

Cramp 1985; Taylor 1994;

Martínez and Zuberogoitia 2004b



1000

1500

2000

Asio otus

1290

Cramp 1985; Holt 1997;

Henrioux 2000



1000

1500

2000

Strix aluco

340

Cramp 1985; Sunde and Bølstad 2004; Sunde and Redpath 2006

300

500

1000

Caprimulgus europaeus

250

Cramp 1985; Cleere and Nurney 1998; Sierro et al. 2001

300

500

1000

References:


Cleere N, Nurney D (1998) Nightjars: A guide to Nightjards and related Nightbirds. Pica Press, London


Cramp S (1985) Handbook of the Birds of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. The Birds of the Western Palearctic, Vol IV, Terns to Woodpeckers. Oxford University Press, Oxford

Galeotti P, Gariboldi A (1994) Territorial behaviour and habitat selection by the Scops Owl Otus scops in a Karstic Valley (NE Italy). In: Meyburg BU, Chancellor RD (eds) Raptor conservation today. WWGBP, The Pica Press, East Sussex pp 501-505

Henriouox F (2000) Home range and habitat use by the Long-eared Owl in Northwestern Switzerland. J Raptor Res 34:93-101

Holt DW (1997) The long eared owl (Asio otus) and Forest Management: A review of the literature. J Raptor Res 31:175-186

Marchesi L, Sergio F (2005) Distribution, density, diet and productivity of the Scops Owl Otus scops in the Italian Alps. Ibis 147:176-187

Martínez JA, Zuberogoitia I (2004a) Habitat preferences for Long-eared Owls Asio otus and Little Owls Athene noctua in semi-arid environments at three spatial scales. Bird Study 51:163-169

Martínez JA, Zuberogoitia I (2004b) Habitat Prefernces and causes of population decline for barn Owls (Tyto alba): a multi-scale approach. Ardeola 51:303-317

Sierro A, Arlettaz R, Naef-Daenzer B, Strebel S, Zbinden N (2001) Habitat use and foraging ecology of the nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus) in the Swiss Alps: towards a conservation scheme. Biol Conserv 98:325-331

Sunde P, Bølstad MS (2004) A telemetry study of the social organization of a Tawny owl (Strix aluco) population. J Zool 263:65–76

Sunde P, Redpath SM (2006) Combining information from range use and habitat selection: sex-specific spatial responses to habitat fragmentation in tawny owls Strix aluco. Ecography 29:152-158



Taylor I (1994) The Barn Owl: predator-prey relationships and conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK

Zuberogoitia I, Zabala J, Martínez JA, Hidalgo S, Martínez JE, Azkona A, Castillo I (2007) Seasonal dynamics in social behavior and spacing patterns of the Little Owl Athene noctua. Ornis Fennica 84:173–180


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