Forms of protective behavior of synanthropic birds in response to the biorepellent effect

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The purpose of this scientific and practical research is to increase efficiency of the use of biorepellent (birds of prey) while ensuring the ornithological safety of facilities for the municipal solid waste recycling and disposal. Various forms of gregarious protective behavior of synanthropic birds (Corvidae, Laridae) are considered. A new form of protective behavior has been revealed in the Corvidae family.


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Ildar R Enaleev

Union of fans of falconry and conservation of birds of prey “Russian Falcon”

Author for correspondence.
Email: krechet.65@mail.ru
10 Adelya Kutuya St., Kazan, 420073, Russian Federation

Doctor of Biological Sciences, member-correspondent of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, President of Union of fans of falconry and conservation of birds of prey “Russian Falcon”.

Sergey A Sergeev

Branch of a JSC “Waste Management” in Novocheboksarsk

Email: Sergeev605@yandex.ru
16 Shorshel'skii proezd, Novocheboksarsk, 429950, Russian Federation

environmental engineer, branch of JSC “Waste Management” in Novocheboksarsk, the applicant of a scientific degree of Candidate of Biological Sciences

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