about “Variation of plumage coloration of breeding Barbary Falcons in the
Canary Islands” has been published recently in the Bulletin of British Ornithologists' Club. This paper has
some implications for Moroccan birds, e.g. hybrids - both natural and those related
to escaped falconry birds, the ‘atlantis’ form of the Peregrine
Siverio, F., Siverio, M. & Rodríguez, A. 2011. Variable plumage coloration of breeding Barbary
Falcons Falco (peregrinus) pelegrinoides in the Canary
Islands: do other Peregrine Falcon subspecies also occur in the archipelago? Bull.
B.O.C. 131 (3): 140-153. PDF
with experience with these falcons in Morocco, do you have any comment on the Peregrine and Barbary Falcons in Morocco especially along the Atlantic coast in comparison
with the information presented in this article?
A male adult Barbary Falcon from Lanzarote,
Canary Islands (Juan Sagardía, Halcon tagarote).
A female adult
Barbary Falcon from
Lanzarote, Canary Islands (Juan
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