Training the network of people interested to conserve the lesser spotted eagle
Last Updated on Friday, 23 November 2012 12:05 Written by Administrator Friday, 23 November 2012 10:26
Between 16 - 17.11.2012 the LIFE project organised in Biertan the third meeting for the training of the Network of people interested to conserve the lesser spotted eagle. The main topic of this meeting was the information and consultation of stakeholders of the LIFE Project about the Lesser Spotted Eagle friendly habitat management guidelines (LSEFHMG). The 34 participants were both the representatives of the administrations of the 12 Natura 2000 sites covered by the LIFE project and also of the local environmental institutions, the forestry managers, the NGOs, the Agency for Payments and Interventions in Agriculture and the Local Action Groups from SPA Podișul Hârtibaciului area.
The Lesser Spotted Eagle have reached their pre-wintering grounds in Africa
Last Updated on Friday, 23 November 2012 08:58 Written by Administrator Friday, 23 November 2012 08:55
All the five Lesser Spotted Eagles monitored through the satellite transmitters by the LIFE project have reached their African pre-wintering grounds safely. If the two adults, Narcis and Darázs are currently somewhere in southern Zambia at a short distance from each other, the three juveniles are spread on a wider territory. Darázska is in the Sioma Ngwezi National Park in the south of Zambia
Episodul 12, Plecarea
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 11:58 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 20 November 2012 11:52
The Lesser Spotted Eagles, the Equator and the African National Parks
Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 12:42 Written by Administrator Wednesday, 24 October 2012 12:28
As usually, we bring you news about the migration of the Lesser Spotted Eagles and today we will tell you a couple of things about how the birds monitored by our project crossed the Equator. The satellite transmitters notified us that between October 11th and 13th Narcis - an adult and Erika - a juvenile bird managed a successful crossing to the southern hemisphere. Narcis was the first to fly over the Equator on October 11th 2012 and he was followed by Erika on October 13th. If Narcis has already gotten to Congo, somewhere in the area of the Kundelungu National Park, Erika is still near Lake Victoria in Tanzania. Lake Victoria lies at an altitude of 1,113 meters above sea level and it is the largest lake of the African continent in terms of surface.
Episodul 11, Aparatul Buclucaş
Last Updated on Monday, 22 October 2012 10:10 Written by Administrator Monday, 22 October 2012 10:06
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