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SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

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1) Mastrorilli M. 1997. Populations of Owl (Athene noctua) and habitat selections in a lowland area of the province of Bergamo. Rev. Mus. Civ. St. Nat. "E. Caffi" Bergamo 7:15-7pm.

 

2) Mastrorilli M. 1999. Characteristics of the shelters and reproductive sites of Civetta Athene noctua in the provinces of Bergamo and Cremona. Avocetta 23: 163. Proceedings of the X Italian Ornithological Conference.

 

3) Mastrorilli M. 1999. Repeated and unusual observation of Owl Athene noctua in a winter roost of Long-eared Owl Asio otus. Picus 25:47.

 

4) Mastrorilli M. 1999. Birds of prey received at the LIPU headquarters in Bergamo, from 1990 to 1996, with particular regard to the period and the causes of discovery. Picus 25: 35-39.

5) Mastrorilli M., 2000. Second nesting of Civetta Athene noctua, in Corsica. Rev. Ital. Orn., 70: 89-91.

 

6) Mastrorilli M. & Festari L. 2001. The phenology of Short-eared Owl Asio flammeus in Italy. Avocet 25:60.

 

7) Mastrorilli M. & Festari L. 2001. Demographic trend and ecology of Short-eared Owl Asio flammeus in data from Raptor Recovery Centers (CRR) in Italy. Avocet 25:61.

 

8) Mastrorilli M. & Festari L. 2001. Considerations on the phenology of Short-eared owl Asio flammeus (Pontoppidan, 1763) in north-eastern Italy. Bull. Mus. Civ. St. Nat. Venice Supplement 51:69-72.

 

9) Nappi A. & Mastrorilli M.  2003. The Little Owl Athene noctua diet in Italy. Proceedings III International Symposium on Wild Fauna. Ischia: 403-406.

 

10) Mastrorilli M., Barattieri M., Arcidiacono G., 2005. Premises and considerations for a standardization of censuses of owl Athene Noctua and other owls in urban areas. Urban ecology XVII:9-12

 

11) Arcidiacono G., Donati C., Mastrorilli M., 2007.  Diet of the Owl Athene noctua in natural and man-made habitats; a bibliographic review. Acta Biologica 83: 243-247.  

 

12) Mastrorilli  M., 2009- The Owl: face to face with the fairy of the night. Picus  35 (68): 146 – 159.

 

13) Amatiello V., Barattieri M., Biasioli M., Centili D., Donati C., Mastrorilli M. & Sighele M. 2010- The European night of the owl in Italy (VIII edition): successful example for the dissemination of eco-ethology of Strigiformes. Alula XVIII (1-2):130-132. 

 

14) Azzolini M., Bressan P., De Faveri A., Mastrorilli M. & Scaffidi M. 2010 - Long-eared owl Asio flammeus wintering in roost in Italy and record influx in 2007. Alula XVIII (1-2):130 -132.

 

15) Mastrorilli M., Bressan P., 2014 Influences of environmental changes, over the course of a century, in the possible migratory rest areas of the short-eared owl Asio flammeus. Proceedings of the XVI Italian Ornithological Conference. Cervia.

 

16) Mariacher A., Melini D., Mastrorilli M., Gherardi R., 2012. National monitoring program of Long-eared owl and Tawny Owl casualties. Zoo veet.

 

17) Mastrorilli M., Donati C., Gherardi R., Bedini G., Zagorsek T., 2014. Fast & die hard! The massacre of the Tyto alba barn owls on the Carrara-Livorno section of the A-12 motorway in the four-year period 2009-2012. Proceedings of the Conference  Armonic Code 2014. 5th Congress of Natural Sciences of the Tuscan Environment. 153-158.

 

18) Mariacher A., Melini D., Mastrorilli M., Gherardi R., 2016. Causes of admission and outcomes of Long-eared Owl (Asio otus) in wildlife rescue centers in Italy from 2010 to 2014. Avian biology research 9( 4):282-286.

 

19) Mastrorilli M. Cipriani A., Tebaldi G., Loschi M., 2017. Guidelines for the restoration of buildings aimed at promoting the colonization of the Barn Owl Tyto alba. Proceedings of the National Architecture and Fauna Conference. Urban Ecology 29:82-85.

 

20) Mastrorilli M., 2018. Owls: singing and intraspecific communication. Animal Studies, 22:29-37.

21)Mastrorilli M., 2022. Hemingway and the iceberg theory. BooksCK 1:11-14.  

22) Mastrorilli M., Cipriani A., 2016. The Italian garden of the Castle Park of Grazzano Visconti. Urtiga 

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