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Languages: German
Types: Article
Im Jahre 2005 wurde in einem Steinbruch in Geseke in Nordrhein-Westfalen eine Felsbrut eines Mäusebussards Buteo buteo entdeckt. Während Felsnester in Großbritannien und den Alpen zumindest gebietsweise vorkommen und teilweise sogar häufig sind, werden für Mitteleuropa außerhalb der Alpen lediglich einige Bodenbruten beschrieben, jedoch keine Bruten auf Felsen. Obwohl ein Uhupaar Bubo bubo seit einigen Jahren im selben Teil des Steinbruches brütet, wurden drei junge Mäusebussarde flügge. In 2005, an occupied cliff nest of a Common Buzzard was found in a quarry near Geseke in North Rhine-Westphalia, Northwest Germany. Cliff nests are common in Great Britain and parts of the Alps, but in Central Europe tree nests are the rule. The relevant literature describes only a few nests on the ground, but none on cliffs. Despite the breeding of a pair of Eagle Owls Bubo bubo in the same area of the quarry for some years, three young Buzzards fledged.
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