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Ignacy Kitowski and Krzysztof Stasiak

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Ján Obuch and Petr Benda

References Alivizatos H & Goutner V 1999: Winter diet of the Barn Owl ( Tyto alba ) and Long-eared Owl ( Asio otus ) in northeastern Greece: A comparison. J Rapt Res 33(2): 160-163. Bauer K 1956: Schleiereule ( Tyto alba Scop.) als Fledermausjäger. J Ornithol 97: 335-340. Benda P & Obuch J 2001: Notes on the distribution of hedgehogs (Insectivora: Erinaceidae) in Syria. Lynx, n. s. 32: 45-53. Benda P, Andreas M, Kock D, Lučan RK, Munclinger P, Nová P

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Ján Obuch, Štefan Danko and Michal Noga

References Anděra M, Hanák V & Krátká D 1982: Prízpevek k poznání fauny drobných savcu Vihorlatu. Casopis Národního muzea v Praze [A contribution to knowledge of the fauna of small mammals of the Vihorlat Mts], Rada prírodovedná 151, 4: 185-198. [In Czech with English summary] Balát F 1956: Potrava sovy pálené (Tyto alba) na jižní Morave a na jižním Slovensku Diet of the barn owl (Tyto alba) in southern Moravia and southern Slovakia]. Zoologické listy 5 (3): 237-258. [In Czech with Russian and German summaries

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Tjaša Zagoršek

References A ulagnier S., H affner P., M itchell -J ones , A. J., M outou F., Z ima J. (2009): Mammals of Europe North Africa and the Middle East. –A&B Black London. B irdlife I nternational (2004): Birds in Europe: population estimates trends and conservation status. – BirdLife International Cambridge. B richetti P. F racasso G. (2006): Ornitologia Italiana Vol.3 Stercorariidae-Caprimulgidae. – Alberto Perdisa Editore Bologna. B ontzorlos V. P eris S. V lachos G. C. B akaloudis D. (2005): The diet of Barn Owl in the

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Guillaume Halliez, Clémence Marie Lucie Becel and Victoria Canella

References Alivizatos, H., Goutner, V., Athanasiadis, A. & Poirazidis, K. 2006. Comparative temporal prey use by Barn Owl (Tyto alba) and Little Owl (Athene noctua) in the Evros Delta, northeastern Greece. – Journal of Biological Research 6: 177–186. Askew, N. P., Searle, J. B. & Moore, N. P. 2007. Agri-environment schemes and foraging of Barn Owls Tyto alba . – Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 118: 109–114. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2006.05.003 Aulagnier, S. 1982. Notes sur le regime alimentaire de la chouette effraie (Tyto alba) dans

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Boyan Milchev and Gradimir Gruychev

References Boev, Z., Milchev, B. & Popov, V. 2007. Fauna, zoogeography, and ecology of birds in Bulgaria. − In: Fet, V. & Popov, A. (eds.) Biogeography and ecology of Bulgaria. − Springer Publishers, D., pp. 39−84. Borda-de-Águaa, L., Grilob, C. & Pereira, H. 2014. Modeling the impact of road mortality on Barn Owl (Tyto alba) populations using age-structured models. − Ecological Modelling 276: 29-37. DOI 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.12.022 BirdLife International 2004. Birds in Europe: population estimates, trends

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Hana Latková

Seasonal changes in food composition of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) in the northern part of the "Záhorie" region

33 prey species (10 296 individuals) were recovered from pellets of the Barn Owl in northern part of the "Záhorie" region (Western Slovakia) during period 2002-2006. The family Arvicolidae constituted 65.68 % of recoveries, Soricidae 17.86 %, Muridae 16.64 %, Talpidae 0.04 %, Gliridae 0.02 %, Mustelidae 0.02 %, Vespertilionidae 0.04 % and Aves 4.7 %. Microtus arvalis was predominantly represented by 65.2 %. For evaluation of diet data "The marked differences from the mean method" was used. The results of pellet analyses provide, besides information about owl diet, also new data about occurrence and geographical distribution of small mammalian species and importance of predators in agricultural landscape.

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D. Ebmer, H.-P. Fuehrer, B. Eigner, H. Sattmann and A. Joachim

) K utzer , E., F rey , H., N öbauer , H. (1982): Zur Parasitenfauna österreichischer Eulenvögel (Strigiformes) [Parasite fauna of Austrian owls (Strigiformes)]. Angew. Parasitol. , 23: 190 – 197 (In German) O sche , G. (1955): Bau, Entwicklung und systematische Bedeutung der Cordons der Acuariidae (Nematoda) am Beispiel von Stammerinema soricis (Tiner 1951) gen. nov. [Structure, development and systematic significance of cordons of Acuariidae (Nematode), an example of Stammerinema soricis (Tiner 1951) gen. nov.]. Z. Parasitenkd. , 17(2): 73 – 92 (In

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Shakinah Ravindran, Safwan Saufi, Wan Nur Amni, Intan Ishak, Noor Hisham Hamid, Cik Mohd Rizuan Zainal Abidin, Abu Hassan Ahmad, Ghows Azzam and Hasber Salim

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Adrienn Horváth, Anita Morvai and Győző F. Horváth

References Andrzejewski, R., Babińska-Werka, J., Gliwicz, J. & Goszczyński, J. 1978. Synurbization processes in population of Apodemus agrarius . I. Characteristics of populations in an urbanization gradient. – Acta Theriologica 23(20): 341–358. Askew, N. P., Searle, J. B. & Moore, N. P. 2007. Agri-environment schemes and foraging of Barn Owls Tyto alba . – Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 118(1): 109–114. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2006.05.003 Avery, D. M. 1999. A preliminary assessment of the relationship between trophic variability in