Research

A vital component of the care of birds is to also incorporate research to gain valuable knowledge. This page will be updated with various research papers as an on-going process.
NOTE: These articles are general in nature and are not intended to replace the advice of your experienced avian vet.
Birds need to be treated on an individual case by case basis
Please remember we do not treat just because we can, but with the genuine belief that by doing so we are helping the bird along the flight path back to successful freedom.

This page has just begun development and we welcome contributions and suggestions please email us:
info@australianraptorcareandconservation.com

Click on the links to read the documents: (Note Copyright resides with the respective authors & use is for research/education purposes only)

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital Dr Margit Endorsement

Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital Internships

Birdlife Raptor Course – Steve Debus

Powerful Owl Project Nov 2013

Powerful Owl Project Newsletter 2014

Powerful Owl Project – Final Report 2014

Powerful Owl Project Update May 2015

Ellie the Sea Eagle – A Story of Rescue & Release

Olsen & Georges 1993

Olsen & Olsen 1980 Captive Info

Olsen & Olsen 1980 Wedgie rehabilation

Reasons for owls coming in a rehab centre in Catalonia

Journal Plos One 0024603

Fostering Wedge-tailed Eagles

Fitness Level as a Determining Factor in the Survival of Rehabilitated Peregrine Falcons

Di-Vittorio et al 2015 Bonellis release

Bene et al JRR 2010