datasetposted on 30.07.2019 by Megan Murgatroyd, Staffan Roos, Richard Evans, Alex Sansom, Phil Whitfield, David Sexton, Robin Reid, Justin Grant, Arjun Amar
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This data set includes data from female white-tailed eagles aged 16 – 23 and male white-tailed eagles aged 19 – 23 years to examine breeding success. ID = Individual identity Territory = individual code for breeding territory Year = year of breeding attempt Origin = Origin of individual Origin categories: R1 = release phase 1, R2 = release phase 2, W= wild bred Sex = Male / Female Last_age = age at individuals last breeding attempt NB. Many were still alive and breeding while monitoring was on going. Therefore year of last recorded breeding attempt also given (Last_year). Age = age at breeding attempt Success = 0/1 if any chicks were fledged or not