Vulture killing hunters were caught
Power lines pose a threat to raptors
The International conference "Environmental aspects of vegetation maintenance in power line corridors"
Stories of Eastern imperial eagles with GPS transmitters (Part 3)
Stories of Eastern imperial eagles with GPS transmitters (Part 2)
How to identify a poisoned raptor
Stories of Eastern Imperial eagles with GPS transmitters (Part 1)
Offenders watch out!
Offenders watch out - in the field, there are police dogs specifically trained for sniffing out poisoned baits.Using dogs for official police purposes has a long tradition. The police joined forces with them in searching for drugs, people, explosives, it uses them for guarding, for catching criminals and for many other purposes. The news, which the LIFE PannonEagle project brought, is the specialization of police dogs in tracking down high-risk chemicals which are used by offenders to produce poisoned baits in order to kill raptors.