Articles - Grey partridge

Articles - Grey partridge

- Harmange C, Bretagnolle V, Pays O, Sarasa M, Moreau J, 2021. Linking personality and health to use of space in the gray partridge: perspectives for management. European Journal of Wildlife Research 67:1-13. DOI: 10.1007/s10344-021-01526-x

- Harmange C, Bretagnolle V, Chabaud N, Sarasa M, Pays O, 2021. Diel cycle in a farmland bird is shaped by contrasting predation and human pressures. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 134:68-84. DOI: 10.1093/biolinnean/blab060

Rinaud T, Harmange C, Pays O, Sarasa M, Saillard M, Bretagnolle V, 2020. Interspecific competition between two partridges in farmland landscapes. Animal Behaviour 165:23-34 DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2020.04.018

- Harmange C, Bretagnolle V, Sarasa M, Pays O, 2019. Changes in habitat selection patterns of the gray partridge Perdix perdix in relation to agricultural landscape dynamics over the past two decades. Ecology and Evolution 9(9):5236-5247 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5114.

- Cano-Gómez C, Llorente F,  Pérez-Ramirez E, Soriguer RC, Sarasa M, Jiménez-Clavero MÁ, 2018. Experimental infection of grey partridges with Bagaza virus: pathogenicity evaluation and potential role as a competent host. Veterinary Research 49:44. DOI: 10.1186/s13567‑018‑0536‑8

- Gée A, Sarasa M, Pays O, 2018. Long-term variation of demographic parameters in four small game species in Europe: opportunities and limits to test for a global pattern. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 41(1):33-60.  DOI: 10.32800/abc.2018.41.0033 pdf

- Charra M, Sarasa M, 2018. Applying IUCN Red List criteria to birds at different geographical scales: similarities and differences. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 41(1):75-95. DOI:10.32800/abc.2018.41.0075 pdf

- Comolet-Tirman J, Siblet J-P, Witté I, Cadiou B, Czajkowski MA, Deceuninck B, Jiguet F, Landry P, Quaintenne G, Roché JE, Sarasa M,  Touroult J, 2015. Statuts et tendances des populations d'oiseaux nicheurs de France: bilan simplifié du premier rapportage national au titre de la Directive Oiseaux. Alauda, 83:35-76 pdf