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Mátyás Prommer
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Mátyás Prommer

   Biography

Graduated in the University of Debrecen as biologist/ecologist and participating in conservation work since the early 1990s.

Pilis Nature Conservation Association / Madárvilág Non-profit Ltd.
Béke tér 58.  
Esztergom,    2500  Hungary
Email: mprommer@yahoo.com


   Research Interests

Biologist/ecologist working on the conservation of birds of prey in Hungary focusing on large falcons. Main field of interest: studying movements of birds (dispersal, roaming, migration and habitat use) and applying the knowledge gained for preparing more efficient conservation plans.

Species of Interest: 
  • Falco cherrug
  • Falco peregrinus


   Publications

Bagyura, J., M. Prommer, J. Fidlóczky, I. Balázs, and T. Szitta. 2007. Saker Falcon: life between the wires. Ciconia 16:8-11.

Bagyura, J., M. Prommer, T. Szitta, I.L. Molnár, and R. Kazi. 2008. Status of peregrine population in Hungary 1964-2007. Pp. 51-60 in J. Sielicki and T. Mizera (eds.), Peregrine Falcon populations -- status and perspectives in the 21st century. Turul Publishing and Poznan University of Life Sciences Press, Warsaw, Poland.

Bagyura, J., T. Szitta, L. Haraszthy, J. Fidlóczky, and M. Prommer. 2008. Results of the Saker conservation programme in Hungary, 1980-2006. Pp. 749-756 in J. Sielicki and T. Mizera (eds.), Peregrine Falcon populations -- status and perspectives in the 21st century Turul Publishing and Poznan University of Life Sciences Press, Warsaw, Poland.

Prommer, M. 2007. Oversummering Long-legged Buzzard (Buteo rufinus) near Esztergom. Aquila 113:178-179.

Prommer, M. 2008. Peregrines in Hungary: breeders, migrants, winter and summer visitors. Pp. 215-228 in J. Sielicki and T. Mizera (eds.), Peregrine Falcon populations -- status and perspectives in the 21st century. Turul Publishing and Poznan University of Life Sciences Press, Warsaw, Poland.

Prommer, M., and J. Bagyura. 2008. Dangerous journeys of sakers of the Carpathian Basin. Pp. 765-776 in J. Sielicki and T. Mizera (eds.), Peregrine Falcon populations -- status and perspectives in the 21st century. Turul Publishing and Poznan University of Life Sciences Press, Warsaw, Poland.

Prommer, M., and J. Bagyura. 2009. [Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus Tunstall, 1771]. Pp. 250-251 in T. Csörgő, Z. Karcza, G. Halmos, G. Magyar, J. Gyurácz, T. Szép, A. Bankovics, A. Schmidt, and E. Schmidt (eds.). 2009. [Hungarian bird migration atlas]. Kossuth Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary. (In Hungarian)




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