Verhalten und Nahrungskonkurrenz europäischer Geierarten am Aas

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Title
Verhalten und Nahrungskonkurrenz europäischer Geierarten am Aas
Alternative Title
Behaviour and Competition for Food at Carcasses in European Vultures
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CC Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 3.0 Germany:
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IWF Signature
D 1248
Publisher
Release Date
1977
Language
German
Producer
König, Claus
Production Year
1973

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IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, LT, 131 m ; F, 12 min

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Abstract
Gyps fulvus, Aegypius monachus, Neophron percnopterus (Accipitridae). Freilandaufnahmen in Spanien (Extremadura und Andalusien) von Gänse-, Mönchs- und Schmutzgeier. Gänse- und Schmutzgeier sind auf das "Aufräumen" von Kadavern spezialisiert. Mönchsgeier bevorzugen derbes Muskelfleisch. Häufiger Dominanzwechsel am Aas. Hungerabhängige Rangordnung.
Vultures were observed and filmed at displayd carcasses in Spain (Extremadura and Andalusia), whereby special attention was paid to their behaviour and way of feeding. The three observed species (Griffon, Black and Egyptian vultures) each belong to a different feeding type: Griffon vultures (Gyps fulvus) belong to the tugging-tearing, Black vultures (Aegypius monachus) to the tearing and Egyptian vultures (Neophron percnopterus) to the pecking type.
Keywords Geier / Schmutzgeier Schmutzgeier Neophron percnopterus Geier / Gänsegeier Gänsegeier Gyps fulvus Geier / Mönchsgeier Mönchsgeier Aegypius monachus Aas Rangordnung / Aves Nahrungskonkurrenz / Aves Nahrungserwerb / Falconiformes acquisition of food / Falconiformes food competition / Aves pecking order / Aves carcass Aegypius monachus black vulture Gyps fulvus griffon vulture Neophron percnopterus Egyptian vulture
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