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Professor Pedro Pérez Olea has recently published the following articles:

 Mateo-Tomás, P. and Olea, P.P. When Hunting Benefits Raptors: the Case of Game Species and Vultures. European Journal of Wildlife Research.

 De Frutos, A., Olea, P.P., Mateo-Tomás, P. and Purroy, F.J. The Role of Fallow in Habitat Use by the Lesser Kestrel During the Post-fledging Period: Inferring Conservation Implications of the Abolition of Obligatory Set-aside. European Journal of Wildlife Research.

González, M., Robles, L. and Olea, PP. Ecology and Conservation of the Cantabrian Capercaillie

Inhabiting Mediterranean Pyrenean Oak Forests. Grouse News.

And the following have been accepted for publication:

Olea, P.P., Casas, F., Redpath, S. and Viñuela, J. Bottoms up: Great Bustards Use the Sun to Maximise Signal Efficacy. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology.

Mateo-Tomás, P., Olea, P.P. and Fombellida, I. Status, Trend and Threats of the Endangered Egyptian Vulture in the West of the Cantabrian Mountains. Oryx.

Mateo-Tomás, P. and Olea, P.P. Diagnosing Causes of Local Extinction of an Endangered Vulture: the Importance of Traditional Pastoralism and Region-specific Conservation. Oryx.

Mateo-Tomás, P., and Olea, P.P.. Situación de la Cabaña Ganadera de Ovino y Caprino en el Parque Regional de Picos de Europa, León. Revista de Estudios sobre Despoblación y Desarrollo Rural.

Professor Pedro Pérez Olea has been co-director of the thesis entitled: “Ecology and Conservation of the Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni during the pre-migration”, defended on September 30 in the Universidad de León, rated with the highest grade.

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