Montagu’s harrier migration in Morocco


This video from Britain is called Montagu’s Harrier, Croft Pascoe, The Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall. 17/04/2011.

A new master’s thesis in biology is called Stopover site ecology
of Montagu´s Harrier (Circus pygargus) in East-Morocco
.

41% of migrating Montagu’s harriers stop over in Morocco in autumn, on their way from Europe to Africa. In spring, 76% of the birds stop over in Morocco.

The bird species which the harriers eat most in Morocco is the greater short-toed Lark.

They eat locusts as well.

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