A lifetime track of a griffon vulture: The moving story of Rehovot (Y64)

Marta Acácio*, Nili Anglister, Gideon Vaadia, Roi Harel, Ran Nathan, Ohad Hatzofe, Orr Spiegel

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Original languageAmerican English
Article numbere3985
JournalEcology
Volume104
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 2023

Bibliographical note

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We dedicate this article to Shmulik Landau who was an inspirational caregiver at the Wildlife Hospital and is much missed. We also thank all volunteers and workers of the Wildlife Hospital for their dedication. We thank workers and rangers of the INPA for their work in the field, members of the Movement Ecology Laboratory at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and members of the Movement Ecology and Individual Behavior Laboratory at Tel Aviv University, particularly Assaf Uzan for logistic support. We thank Dr. Noa Pinter-Wollman, Dr. Nitika Sharma and Kaija Gahm for their feedback on the first version of the manuscript. Finally, we thank the editor, Professor John Pastor, Dr. Olivier Duriez, and two anonymous reviewers for the valuable feedback on the previous versions of the manuscript. Funding for this work was provided by the Binational Science Foundation (BSF) 822/2019 grant to Orr Spiegel, as well as BSF 255/2008 to Ran Nathan. Marta Acácio was supported by the George S. Wise Postdoctoral Fellowship (Tel Aviv University). Nili Anglister was supported by a stipend from Yad-Hanadiv.

Funding Information:
We dedicate this article to Shmulik Landau who was an inspirational caregiver at the Wildlife Hospital and is much missed. We also thank all volunteers and workers of the Wildlife Hospital for their dedication. We thank workers and rangers of the INPA for their work in the field, members of the Movement Ecology Laboratory at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and members of the Movement Ecology and Individual Behavior Laboratory at Tel Aviv University, particularly Assaf Uzan for logistic support. We thank Dr. Noa Pinter‐Wollman, Dr. Nitika Sharma and Kaija Gahm for their feedback on the first version of the manuscript. Finally, we thank the editor, Professor John Pastor, Dr. Olivier Duriez, and two anonymous reviewers for the valuable feedback on the previous versions of the manuscript. Funding for this work was provided by the Binational Science Foundation (BSF) 822/2019 grant to Orr Spiegel, as well as BSF 255/2008 to Ran Nathan. Marta Acácio was supported by the George S. Wise Postdoctoral Fellowship (Tel Aviv University). Nili Anglister was supported by a stipend from Yad‐Hanadiv.

Funding Information:
Binational Science Foundation, Grant/Award Numbers: 255/2008, 822/2019; George S. Wise Postdoctoral Fellowship; Yad‐ Hanadiv Funding information

Keywords

  • GPS tracking
  • Gyps fulvus
  • conservation
  • griffon vultures
  • movement ecology

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