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Aves, 18/3-4 | 1981 | 137-145
During Sprintime tree-felling in forest, a Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) showed spectacular attachment to its brood.
A couple of Goshawk managed to rear their brood successfully in spite of two consecutive changes of nest-site : in the first place, the youngs fell to the ground when the tree harbouring the nest was felled; then, three weeks later, they were installed in an artificial eyrie made in a neighbouring tree. The success of this disturbed nidification may be considered as an exceptional case, as one only has to recall the failures usually resulting from forest tree-felling.
Articles published in the same bulletin
Status of the Common Gull (Larus canus) in the Haine valley (Belgium).
Reintroduction of the Raven (Corvus corax corax L.) in Belgium : first nidification in liberty.
Delmotte, C. & Delvaux, J.
Temporal distribution of Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) observations in mid-Belgium and the Ardennes.
Lemy, C. & Guerriat, H.
Nidification of House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) in trees in Walloon Region.
Van Der Elst, D.
De Liedekerke, R., Amand, Y.
Clotuche, E., Leprince-De Schaetzen, N.
De Liedekerke, R.
Guerriat, H., Leprince, P., Hubaut, D., Votron, B.