Petra Sumasgutner
Petra Sumasgutner
Postdoctoral Researcher, Konrad Lorenz Research Centre, University of Vienna
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Hard times in the city–attractive nest sites but insufficient food supply lead to low reproduction rates in a bird of prey
P Sumasgutner, E Nemeth, G Tebb, HW Krenn, A Gamauf
Frontiers in Zoology 11 (1), 1-14, 2014
Urbanisation and nest building in birds: a review of threats and opportunities
S James Reynolds, JD Ibáñez-Álamo, P Sumasgutner, MC Mainwaring
Journal of Ornithology 160 (3), 841-860, 2019
Stability in prey abundance may buffer Black Sparrowhawks Accipiter melanoleucus from health impacts of urbanization
J Suri, P Sumasgutner, É Hellard, A Koeslag, A Amar
Ibis 159 (1), 38-54, 2017
Conservation related conflicts in nest-site selection of the Eurasian Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) and the distribution of its avian prey
P Sumasgutner, CH Schulze, HW Krenn, A Gamauf
Landscape and Urban Planning 127, 94-103, 2014
Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment
AE Bates, RB Primack, PANEW Group, CM Duarte
Biological Conservation 263 (109175), 2021
Family morph matters: factors determining survival and recruitment in a long‐lived polymorphic raptor
P Sumasgutner, GJ Tate, A Koeslag, A Amar
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (4), 1043-1055, 2016
Is multiple nest building an adequate strategy to cope with inter-species nest usurpation?
P Sumasgutner, J Millán, O Curtis, A Koelsag, A Amar
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 1-11, 2016
Juggling a “junk-food” diet: responses of an urban bird to fluctuating anthropogenic-food availability
M Stofberg, SJ Cunningham, P Sumasgutner, A Amar
Urban Ecosystems 22 (6), 1019-1026, 2019
Carotenoid coloration and health status of urban Eurasian kestrels (Falco tinnunculus)
P Sumasgutner, M Adrion, A Gamauf
PloS one 13 (2), e0191956, 2018
Public information revealed by pellets in nest sites is more important than ecto-parasite avoidance in the settlement decisions of Eurasian kestrels
P Sumasgutner, V Vasko, R Varjonen, E Korpimäki
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 68 (12), 2023-2034, 2014
Conservation and ecology of African raptors
A Amar, R Buij, J Suri, P Sumasgutner, MZ Virani
Birds of Prey, 419-455, 2018
Nest boxes buffer the effects of climate on breeding performance in an African urban raptor
P Sumasgutner, A Jenkins, A Amar, R Altwegg
PLoS One 15 (6), e0234503, 2020
Commentary: The past, present, and future of the Global Raptor Impact Network
CJW McClure, DL Anderson, R Buij, L Dunn, MT Henderson, J McCabe, ...
Journal of Raptor Research 55 (4), 605-618, 2021
Pair complementarity influences reproductive output in the polymorphic black sparrowhawk Accipiter melanoleucus
G Tate, P Sumasgutner, A Koeslag, A Amar
Journal of Avian Biology 48 (3), 387-398, 2017
Diet specialisation and breeding success along an urban gradient: the kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) in Vienna, Austria
P Sumasgutner, HW Krenn, J Düesberg, T Gaspar, A Gamauf
Beiträge Zur Jagd Und Wildforschung 38, 385-397, 2013
Does seasonal decline in breeding performance differ for an African raptor across an urbanization gradient?
S Rose, P Sumasgutner, A Koeslag, A Amar
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 47, 2017
Investigating the influence of local weather conditions and alternative prey composition on the breeding performance of urban Eurasian Kestrels Falco tinnunculus
A Kreiderits, A Gamauf, HW Krenn, P Sumasgutner
Bird Study 63 (3), 369-379, 2016
South African raptors in urban landscapes: a review
SC McPherson, P Sumasgutner, CT Downs
Ostrich 92 (1), 41-57, 2021
High prevalence and genetic diversity of Haemoproteus columbae (Haemosporida: Haemoproteidae) in feral pigeons Columba livia in Cape Town, South Africa
C Nebel, J Harl, A Pajot, H Weissenböck, A Amar, P Sumasgutner
Parasitology research 119 (2), 447-463, 2020
Seasonal patterns in space use of Black Sparrowhawks Accipiter melanoleucus in an urban environment
P Sumasgutner, GJ Tate, A Koeslag, A Amar
Bird Study 63 (3), 430-435, 2016
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