Consultez les articles du Bulletin Aves !
Aves, 55/3 | 2018 | 149-152
An original nesting of the Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus in Brussels
Since 2004, the Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus has nested in Brussels, totaling now a dozen pairs. This year, a pair has nested in an old nest of Carrion Crow Corvus corone on the Sacré-Coeur national basilica (Koekelberg). This is very unusual in Belgium. It has already been observed on cliffs in the Ardenne and on electricity pylons in Gaume and Western Hainaut. But this is the first time it is known to have occurred on a building.
Articles published in the same bulletin
Practical measures for the preservation of the Common Swift Apus apus in Wallonia and Brussels
Current status of the Western Hazel Grouse Tetrastes bonasia rhenana in Belgium: a ghost
species or a gem still to be saved?
Jean-Yves Paquet & Philippe Ryelandt
Results of the winter waterbird censuses in Wallonia and Brussels area (Belgium) in 2017-2018
Jean-Paul Jacob, Marie-Charlotte Alvarez et les responsables régionaux des dénombrements