oa Madoqua - The status of cliff-nesting raptors on the Waterberg, SWA/Namibia
|Article Title||The status of cliff-nesting raptors on the Waterberg, SWA/Namibia|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Department of AgricuIture and Nature Conservation, Windhoek|
|Publication Date||Jan 1987|
|Pages||243 - 249|
|Keyword(s)||Aquila verreauxii, Biodimatic characteristics, Biotic diversity, Black Eagle, Booted Eagle, Breeding, Cape Vulture, Colonial vulture species, Falco biarmicus, Falco peregrinus, Falco tinnunculus, Gyps coprotheres, Hieraaetus pennatus, Lanner Falcon, Nest sites, Peregrine Falcon, Population stability, Rock KestreI, Roosting and Topographic characteristics|
The status and inter-pair distances of raptors nesting on the cliff of the Waterberg-Omuverume plateau were obtained from a helicopter survey. Evidence is presented indicating that the dramatic decline in numbers experienced by the Cape Vultures has been halted and probably reversed as a result of conservation action.
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