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A large proportion of Micromys minutus in winter diet of the Long-eared Owl Asio otus is discussed.

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In winter 2013/2014 a roost of long-eared owls in Bojnice Spa (central Slovakia) was formed by two subgroups situated 12 meters apart from each other. The diets of both subgroups and the direction of the owls’ departure from the roost were studied at monthly intervals. Owls of the Pinus-subgroup left the roost in a significantly different direction compared with the owls in the Picea-subgroup. The common vole was the most hunted prey in both subgroups. However, comparing the alternative prey of the two subgroups, the wood mouse and other mammals were found significantly more often in pellets of the Picea-sub-group, whereas birds were more frequent in pellets of the Pinus-subgroup. Our results suggest that the different prey hunted by the two subgroups may be a consequence of diverging hunting areas with different availability of alternative prey species.

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: a test of the “patch-sitting” hypothesis. The Condor 90: 453–458. DOI: 10.2307/1368573. Canova L 1989: Influence of snow cover on prey selection by long-eared owls Asio otus . Ethology, Ecology & Evolution 1(4): 367–372. DOI: 10.1080/08927014.1989.9525506. Cecere JG, Bombino S & Santangeli A 2013: Winter diet of long-eared owl Asio otus in a Mediterranean fragmented farmland. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125(3): 655–658. DOI: 10.1676/13-005.1 Charter M, Izhaki I, Bouskila A & Leshem Y 2007: The effect of different nest types on the breeding success of

, Papandropoulos D & Zogaris S 2004: Winter diet of the Greater spotted eagle (Aquila clanga) in the Amvrakikos wetlands, Greece. Journal ofRaptor Research 38: 371-374. Bowman AW & Azzalini A 1 997: Applied smoothing techniques for data analysis. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1 93. Barrientos R & Bolonio L 2002: Registros de Águila moteada (Aquila clanga) en la Península Ibérica. Ardeola 49: 293-296. [In Spanish with English summary] BirdLife International 201 3: Species factsheet: Aquila clanga. Retrieved January 2, 201 3 from http:// Blondel J & Aronson J 1 999

. & Grzywaczewski G. (2010). Occurrence of the little owl (Athene noctua) in town and cities of Poland. In M. Barančokova, J. Krajči, J. Kollar & I. Belčakova (Eds.), Landscape ecology-methods, applications and interdisciplinary approach (pp. 791-801). Bratislava: Institute of Landscape Ecology, Slovak Academy of Sciences. Kitowski, I. & Pawlega K. (2010). Food Composition of the Little Owl Athene noctua in Farmland Areas of South East Poland. Belg. J. Zool., 140(2), 203-211. Kitowski, I. (2013). Winter Diet of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) and the Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) in

: Ural owls Strix uralensis at the border line: nesting places are not a limiting factor. Ardea 97: 515–518. DOI: Szép D, Bock R & Purger JJ 2018: Weather-dependent variation in the winter diet of urban roosting longeared owls ( Asio otus ) in Pécs (Hungary). Avian Biology Research 11: 1–6. DOI: 10.5253/078.097.0416. Tryjanowski P, Sparks TH, Biaduń W, Brauze T, Hetmański T, Martyka R, Skórka P, Indykiewicz P, Myczko L, Kunysz P, Kawa P, Czyz S, Czechowski P, Polakowski M, Zduniak P, Jerzak L, Janiszewski T, Golawski A, Dudu L