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3 eagles migrating

Last Updated on Monday, 04 October 2010 08:16 Written by Administrator Wednesday, 15 September 2010 08:00

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3 migrating eag...
3 migrating eagles 3 migrating eagles
2 Lesser Spotted Eagles which are equipped with GPS PTT's already reached Asia. Adel passed over Dardanelles and Beni above Bosphor. The third bird which have started the migration is in Bulgaria near Senovo.

The migration of eagles can be followed on these pages:

Pomarina.ro

Milvus.ro

Arthur (Adels father), Benjamin (Benis father) and Jakab (juv.) are still in their breeding range.

 

Migration Map of the Satellite Tracked Romanian Lesser Spotted Eagles

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 December 2010 21:34 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 14 September 2010 09:29

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Migration map
Migration map Migration map
Within the frame of the project that views the conservation of the species, entitled “Conservation of Aquila pomarina in Romania” (LIFE08 NAT/RO/000501), members of “Milvus Group” Bird and Nature Protection Association managed to capture three adults and three juvenile Lesser Spotted Eagles in May and July, in one of the project’s target areas. The birds were equipped with satellite transmitters(Microwave 45 g Solar Argos/GPS PTT-100s) which will help track their movement through the Argos system for minimum one year, so we will receive important information about their home range, habitat use,  and beginning with autumn also about their migration routes and wintering sites. The birds received other markings as well, such as aluminum and color rings (with code numbers) and wing feather paintings.

To view their movement access this page.

 

 

LIFE08 NAT/RO/000501-Conservation of Aquila pomarina in Romania

Last Updated on Monday, 04 October 2010 10:32 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 07 September 2010 07:56

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Regional Environmental Protection Agency Sibiu toghether with its partners The Association for Bird and Nature Protection “Milvus Group” and The Romanian Ornithological Society, launched at the begining of 2010 the project „Conservation of Aquila pomarina in Romania”. The project is financed by the European Commission within LIFE+ programme, component Nature and Biodiversity. The project will be implemented between 2010 and 2013.

 

Article about the Lesser Spotted Eagle in romanian National Geographic

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 September 2010 19:17 Written by Administrator Monday, 06 September 2010 16:18

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The National Geographic Romania magazine published in July 2010 an article about aquilas in Romania. The article was written by Szilárd Daróczi our colleague from Milvus Group Association and describes briefly the status of aquilas in Romania, emphasizing the situation of the lesser spotted eagle. The article talks also about the project, LIFE08 NAT/RO/000501 “Conservation of Aquila pomarina in Romania” highlighting the importance of the project for the conservation of this species.

 

 

Satellite transmitters mounted on 6 eagles

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 September 2010 19:55 Written by Administrator Tuesday, 10 August 2010 12:16

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Eagle with the ...
Eagle with the transmitter Eagle with the transmitter
On July 22, 2010 the project finalized the activity of mounting satellite transmitters on six birds, which will help track their movement for minimum one year providing important information about their range and habitat use, as well as migration routes and wintering sites beginning with autumn. After the beginning of the migration period in September, it will be possible to track the movement of the birds on the project website www.pomarina.ro, currently under construction.

 

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