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Bonelli's Eagle diet reconstruction by means of isotope analysis to improve population conservation

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Carbon, nitrogen and sulphur stable isotopes analysis is an effective technique to reconstruct nestling Bonelli's Eagle diet, according to a paper published in the journal The Ibis, one of the most prestigious publications in the field of ornithology. The article is signed by experts Jaime Resano Mayor, Antoni Hernández Matías, Joan Real and Francesc Parés, from the Conservation Biology Group, affiliated with the Department of Animal Biology of the University of Barcelona (UB) and the Biodiversity Research Institute of UB (IRBio). Richard Inger and Stuart Bearhop, researchers from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom), also participated in the study.


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