|Falco hypoleucos Gould, 1841|
|Papers and other Publications|
Schoenjahn, J., C.R. Pavey and G.H. Walter. 2021. A true desert falcon with a delayed onset of heat dissipation behaviour. Journal of Arid Environments.
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Schoenjahn, J., C.R. Pavey and G.H. Walter. 2020. Why female birds of prey are larger than males. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129, 532–542. DOI: 10.1093/biolinnean/blz201
Mullin, D.W., G.A. McCulloch, J. Schoenjahn and G.H. Walter. 2020. Phylogeography of the rare Australian endemic Grey Falcon Falco hypoleucos: implications for conservation. Bird Conservation International 30, 447–455. DOI: 10.1017/S0959270920000106
Mullin, D.W., G.A. McCulloch, J. Schoenjahn and G.H. Walter. 2020. Coping with heat in the arid interior – what can feather structure reveal about the ecology of Australia's desert-living Grey Falcon Falco hypoleucos? Emu 120, 83–89. DOI: 10.1080/01584197.2019.1698301
Schoenjahn, J., C.R. Pavey and G.H. Walter. 2020. Ecology of the Grey Falcon Falco hypoleucos – current and required knowledge. Emu 120, 74–82. DOI: 10.1080/01584197.2019.1654393
Schoenjahn, J. 2013. A hot environment and one type of prey: investigating why the Grey Falcon (Falco hypoleucos) is Australia's rarest falcon. Emu 113, 19–25. DOI: 10.1071/MU12049
Schoenjahn, J. 2011. Morphometric data of recent specimens and live individuals of the Grey Falcon Falco hypoleucos. Corella 35, 16–22. pdf
Schoenjahn, J. 2010. Field identification of the Grey Falcon Falco hypoleucos. Australian Field Ornithology 27, 49–58.
Schoenjahn, J. 2010. The type and other early specimens of Grey Falcon Falco hypoleucos. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 130, 102–115.
|Schoenjahn, J. 2019. Book Review: Australian Birds of Prey in Flight–A Photographic Guide, by Seaton et al. 2019, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. Australian Field Ornithology 36, 60–61.|
|Publications in other periodicals, newsletters etc.|
Schoenjahn, J. 2012. Nesting near Grey Falcons: mutually beneficial? Boobook 30, 14–15.
Schoenjahn, J. 2011. How scarce is the Grey Falcon? Boobook 29, 24–25.
Schoenjahn, J. 2011. Hall's Babbler evades predation by Grey Falcon. Boobook 29, 15.
Schoenjahn, J. 2011. Grey Falcon 10-day-old young left alone for the night. Boobook 29, 15.
Schoenjahn, J. 2010. Grey Goshawk, not Grey Falcon. Boobook 28, 14.
Schoenjahn, J. 2009. Movements and Genetics of Grey Falcons. (ARA 2008 Conference abstracts, Poster papers.) Boobook 27, 53–54.
2016. Ecological Society of Australia, annual conference ESA2016.|
28 Nov. – 2 Dec. 2016, Fremantle WA, Australia.
Can climate explain the delayed juvenile independence and behavioural development in the Grey Falcon?
2015. Raptor Research Foundation, annual conference.
2013. Australasian Raptor Conference.
|Advice on conservation issues|
2020. Advice provided to Prof. S. Garnett, Carles Darwin University, on the conservation status of the Grey Falcon, for consideration for The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2020.|
Outcome: remained Vulnerable (fewer than 1000 individuals).
Reference: Garnett, S.T. and Baker, G.B. 2021. The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2020. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. (forthcoming)
2018. Consultation with the federal Dept. of Environment and Energy in regard to the Grey Falcon's national conservation status (Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999).
2016. Advice provided to BirdLife International, 2016 Red List Update, in regard to Falco hypoleucos Grey Falcon.
2012. Advice to the Queensland Dept. of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts on the conservation status of the Grey Falcon for Queensland. I proposed to re-classify the species from Near Threatend to Vulnerable on the basis of the population size estimate of fewer than 1000 mature individuals.
2010–2011. Advice provided to IUCN/BirdLife International on the conservation status of the Grey Falcon.
2010. Advice provided to Prof. S. Garnett, Carles Darwin University, on the conservation status of the Grey Falcon, for consideration for The Action Plan for Australian Birds 2010.
2009. Advice provided to the NSW Scientific Committee, concerning the conservation status of the Grey Falcon for NSW.