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Edwin Campbell-Thompson
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Edwin Campbell-Thompson

   Biography

I was born and raised in Panama City (Panama), a city very close to nature and wildlife. Giving me the chance to spend much of my childhood exploring the nature. Reason that led me to study biology in south of Brazil. Upon completing my undergraduate degree I returned to Panamá and began a volunteer job as hack-site attendant in the Harpy Eagle release program. The idea was to stay six month in the dense forest of Soberania National Park, but I got the opportunity to be in charge of the hack-site; staying then five year.

Fundación Águilas de Los Andes
Pereira, Colombia  
Manizales,  Caldas  Colombia
Email: ecampbellth@gmail.com


   Research Interests

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Species of Interest: 
  • Leucopternis plumbeus
  • Spizaetus isidori
  • Caracara plancus
  • Busarellus nigricollis
  • Leucopternis semiplumbeus
  • Ibycter americanus
  • Harpy Eagle


   Publications

Miranda, E.B. P., E. Campbell-Thompson, A. Muela, and F.H. Vargas. 2017. Sex and breeding status affect prey composition of Harpy Eagles Harpia harpyja. Journal of Ornithology: 1-10.       pdf

Miranda, E.B.P., E. Campbell-Thompson, A. Muela and F.H. Vargas. 2017. Sex and breeding status affect prey composition of Harpy Eagles Harpia harpyja. Journal of Ornithology doi: 10.1007/s10336-017-1482-3       pdf

Miranda, E.B.P., E. Campbell-Thompson, A. Muela and F.H. Vargas. 2017. (Supplementary Data) Sex and breeding status affect prey composition of Harpy Eagles Harpia harpyja. Journal of Ornithology       pdf

Campbell-Thompson, E., F.H. Vargas, R.T. Watson, A. Muela, and N.C. Cáceres. 2012. Effect of sex and age at release on the independence of hacked Harpy Eagles. Journal of Raptor Research 46:158-167.

Bertassoni, A., E. Campbell-Thompson, Xavier Filho, N.L., Moreira, V.F., Feitosa, R., Porfírio, G. & Brandão, A.W.A. 2012. A nest of Black-collared Hawk Busarellus nigricollis at Serra do Amolar, Pantanal, Brazil. Cotinga 34 online: 108-109

Campbell Thompson, E.R. 2012. Reintrodução e ecologia do Gavião-real (Harpia harpyja) na America Central [Reintroduction and ecology of the Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) in Central America]. Master's thesis, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. 107 pp. (In Portuguese with English summary)

Campbell, E. 2009. Movements and habitat use of young Harpy Eagles in Panama and Belize. The Peregrine Fund Report 5:1-8.       pdf

Muela, A., M. Curti, and E. Campbell. 2007. (Abstract) Time to independence, diet, and dispersion patterns of captive-bred and released Harpy Eagles (Harpia harpyja). Pp. 316-317 in (K.L. Bildstein, D. R. Barber, and A. Zimmerman (eds.), Neotropical raptors. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Orwigsburg, PA.



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