The next two Black Shouldered Kites, a nesting pair of adults, were tagged in Talarrubias (northeast of Badajoz) on 08.04.11. The female (bird number 3, called Bellota) has stuck within a radius of 10 km nearly every day, barring two slightly further forays of 23 km and 17 km. The male (bird number 4, name of Pipo), strayed even less, to a maximum distance of 4 km up to 01.11.11 when the transmitter signals ceased. During 2011 this pair raised a first clutch of four chicks (ringed on 08.04.11), and a second clutch with three fledglings (ringed on 06.07.2011) and a third with another three young (located on 17.09.11). While the male looked after these last youngsters the female moved to a new territory close by (only 2150 m) where it paired with another male, laying another clutch of eggs, the fourth of the year, with four chicks on 25.10.2011. This means that the female Bellota produced 14 young throughout 2011 in four consecutive nests with hardly any rest between. The information on this bird ceased on 11.12.11.
Lastly, a fourth Black-Shouldered Kite (bird 2,called Campana), an adult female, was tagged on 16.06.11, again in Badajoz. One month later (19.07.11) it settled down near Sines, in the Portuguese district of Bajo Alentejo, where each day it made journeys of up to 10 km, with occasional forays up to 40 km. On 09.12.11, the last day with information, it remained in the same area.