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Crowned Eagles of Argentina

A project of Center for Conservation Biology in conjunction with the partners and sponsors detailed below.

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NameSpeciesLife StageRelease DateLast LocationDays Transmitted
114054b - El 3 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2015-02-062017-07-21896
114055b - Ñacuñan II Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2015-02-052017-06-17863
74380c-Buena Esperanza Adult Crowned Solitary EagleAdult2015-02-052017-07-22898
74397b - Rio Grande - Tres Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2013-02-012017-07-201630
74401b - Don Rodgrigo Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2013-02-032017-07-221630
74407b - Piolin Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2015-02-062017-07-15890
74412b - El Piolin Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2013-02-042017-07-231630
74414b-Buena Esperanza Juv Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2015-02-052017-07-22898
74418b - BA-5018 Arkiatz Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2015-03-032017-07-21871
74422b - El 3 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2014-02-152017-07-211252
Eagle 114053 Xanti Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2016-02-012017-07-21536
Eagle 114053 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2012-01-272014-07-02887
Eagle 114054 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2012-02-082014-06-10853
Eagle 114055 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2012-02-022012-06-21140
Eagle 74380b Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2013-02-012013-12-30332
Eagle 74392 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2016-01-222016-03-0947
Eagle 74392 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2012-01-212013-04-19454
Eagle 74393 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2012-01-272013-05-19478
Eagle 74429 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2014-03-032014-12-20292
Eagle 74430 Crowned Solitary EagleJuvenile2013-03-052014-11-05610

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Introduction

The Crowned Eagle (Harpyhaliaetus coronatus) has been considered an endangered species by IUCN since 2004. The world population was estimated at less than 1000 individuals and their populations are declining. This is a large eagle that inhabits open woodlands in xerophytic forests of different biomes along its distribution that ranges from southern Brazil to northern Patagonia in Argentina.

Human persecution is the most significant threat to the endangered Crowned Eagle in central Argentina. This is because of an incorrect local belief that the eagles prey on livestock.

We are using satellite transmitters to investigate the habitat use and movement patterns of young Crowned Eagles. This information is critical in understanding the interactions between local ranchers and eagles and changing human perceptions on eagles and livestock.

       
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