Quantity  Brief description  
Landscape Cells  
Coordinates  Determine the position of the cell (cell center) in the model landscape.  
Size  The size of a cell (length (l); width (w)) represents a realworld dimension of 100 m x 100 m.  
Number  10.201 cells, which corresponds to 102 km²  
Habitat quality (hq) 
The cells can take integer values for habitat quality (hq) between
0 and 3. hq = 0 represents unsuitable foraging habitat, e.g., forest.
hq = 3 represents the best foraging conditions, e.g., grassland with a
favorable mowing regime. 

Red Kite  
Coordinates  Determine the position of the Red Kite in the model landscape.  
Flight distance  Length of a straightforward flight: 100 m  
Circling radius  Radius of a soaring circle during foraging flight: 100 m  
Flight speed  Average speed of the Red Kite: 15 km/h (Bruderer and Boldt 2001)  
Flight height probability (p_{fh})  Probability that the raptor ranges at a height swathed by a WT rotor; based on empirical flight height distribution  
Flight through rotor probability (p_{rsa})  Probability that the raptor flies through the rotorswept area and does not pass through.  
Physical collision probability (p_{BAND}) 
Probability of a bird being hit by a rotor blade if passing orthogonally to rotorswept area. 

Collision avoidance probability (p_{av})  The likelihood of a Red Kite actively avoiding collision with a WT.  
Probability of circling and flying forward (p_{f})  Controls flight behavior during the search flight (see Fig. 2). The variable p_{f} indicates the probability of flying forward. The probability of performing a left respectively a right full circle is (1p_{f})/2.  
Maximum residence time on cell (T) 
Determines how long the agent occupies the same cell, given that all
neighboring cells are of lower habitat quality. 

Wind turbine  
Coordinates  Determine the position of the WT in the model landscape.  
Hub height (hh)  Height of the rotor center: 78 m  
Rotor blade length (r)  Half of the rotor diameter: ½ of 82 m = 41 m  