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Table 1 Per functional groups and species, number of perches on pylons without (noted as w/o) supplemental perches, perchings on positions B1, B2 and B3 for both pylons, pylons with supplemental perches and, amongst them the number of perchings within the supplemental perches, and years when data were gathered

From: Do supplemental perches influence electrocution risk for diurnal raptors?

Functional groupSpeciesW/O supplemental perchesWith supplemental perchesYears
GeneralB1, B2, B3GeneralB1, B2, B3In supps.
VulturesGyps fulvus17 (10/2)4, 1, 00002016‒2018
Large eaglesAquila adalberti16 (6/10)6, 2, 03 (2/1)1, 0, 022012‒2018
Aquila fasciata004 (3/1)2, 1, 102015‒2017
Circaetus gallicus54 (51/2)16, 2, 059 (40/18)10, 0, 0472014‒2018
Pandion haliaetus3 (1/2)1, 0, 00002013‒2014
Medium-sized raptorsHieraaetus pennatus11, 0, 011, 0, 002017‒2018
Falco peregrinus0011, 0, 002018
Milvus migrans42, 1, 020, 0, 022016‒2018
Milvus milvus32, 0, 010, 0, 012018
Buteo buteo10447, 17, 212845, 18, 8522015‒2018
Small raptorsElanus caeruleus200361, 0, 0342015‒2018
Falco naumanni0064, 2, 002015‒2018
Falco vespertinus001012015
Falco tinnunculus3916, 11, 34519, 11, 632015‒2018
  1. In the functional groups of Vultures and Large Eagles, parentheses indicate the number of perches for adults/juveniles and subadults. Individuals with unknown age are not shown