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Eleonora's Falcon

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Falco eleonorae Scientific name
Falconiformes Order
Falconidae Family
36–42 cm (Wingspan 87-104 cm ) Length
Range follow link Habitat
Altitude
Range
1 - 4 Eggs, incubations 28 to 30 days, fledging 37 - 40 days. Clutch
Mainly small birds when breeding, large flying insects for the rest of the year, Food  
  Habits
3588 - TSN: 175639 World Number
Least Concern Status

By Stefano Sitzia December 11, 2014

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AKA:- Afrikaans: Eleonoravalk
Bulgarian: Средиземноморски сокол
Catalan: Falcó de la reina, Falcó marí
Catalan (Balears): Falcó marí
Czech: ostøíž jižní, Ostríž jižní, Ostříž jižní
Welsh: Hebog Eleonora
Danish: Eleonorafalk
German: Eleonorenfalke
Greek: Μαυρομμάτης, Μαυροπετρίτης
Greek (Cypriot): Μαυρομμάτης
English: Eleonara's Falcon, Eleonora Falcon, Eleonora's Falcon
Spanish: Halcón de Eleonor, Halcón de Eleonora
Estonian: vahemere pistrik
Basque: Eleonor belatza, Falcó de la reina
Finnish: Välimerenhaukka
French: Faucon d'Eléonore, Faucon d'Éléonore
Galician: Falcó de la reina, Falcón da raíña
Hebrew: בז חופים
Hungarian: Eleonóra-sólyom
Icelandic: Eyfálki
Italian: Falco della regina
Japanese: ereonorahayabusa
Japanese: エレオノラハヤブサ
Latin: Falco eleonorae
Lithuanian: Akmeninis sakalas, Eleonoros sakalas
Malagasy: Firasambalala, tsikoza
Macedonian: Средоземноморски (Скалест) сокол
Maltese: Bies tar-Reġina
Dutch: Eleonora's Valk, Eleonora-valk
Norwegian: Eleonorafalk, Eleonoraflk, Leonorafalk
Polish: Kobuz skalny, sokól skalny, Sokół skalny
Portuguese: falcão da rainha, Falcão-da-rainha
Russian: Алет, Сокол Элеоноры, Сокол Элеоноры, Или Алет, чеглок Элеоноры
Slovak: sokol ostrovný, sokol ostrovný (sokol južný)
Slovenian: sredozemski sokol
Albanian: Skifteri mbretëror
Serbian: mrki soko, Мрки (Приморски) соко
Swedish: Eleonorafalk
Swahili: Kozi wa Eleonora
Turkish: Ada Doğanı, ada doğany, Ada Doşanı, Elenor Doğanı
Chinese: 艾氏隼

Range:-

Albania

Aldabra

Algeria

Antarctic

Balearic Islands

Bulgaria

Corse

Crete

Croatia

Cyprus Rare/Accidental

Czech Republic Rare/Accidental

Denmark Rare/Accidental

Djibouti Rare/Accidental

Egypt

England Rare/Accidental

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Finland Rare/Accidental

France

French Southern Territories

Germany Rare/Accidental

Gibraltar

Greece

Hungary

Islas Canarias

Israel

Italy

te d'Ivoire

Jordan Rare/Accidental

Kenya

Kwazulu-Natal Rare/Accidental

Lebanon

Libya

Limpopo Province Rare/Accidental

Macedonia

Madagascar

Madeira Rare/Accidental

Malta

Mauritania Rare/Accidental

Mauritius Rare/Accidental

Morocco

Mozambique Rare/Accidental

Poland Rare/Accidental

Portugal

Rwanda Rare/Accidental

Sardinia

Saudi Arabia

Scotland Rare/Accidental

Serbia and Montenegro

Sicilia

Slovenia

Somalia

South Africa Rare/Accidental

Spain

Sudan

Sweden Rare/Accidental

Syria Rare/Accidental

Tanzania

Tunisia

Turkey

Uganda

United Arab Emirates Rare/Accidental

Western Cape Rare/Accidental

Yorkshire and the Humber Rare/Accidental

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