For the first time ever, two Eastern Imperial Eagle chicks tagged with satellite transmitters in Serbia

06.07.2021.

Mima and Mihajlo, the Eastern Imperial Eagle chicks from Serbia will be monitored for the first time with the help of satellite transmitters, the technology that will enable ornithologists from the Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia to monitor the movement of the birds in real time, which can ensure the survival of this species.

7 years in the field – the Hungarian dog unit on its way to world fame

17.05.2021

In February 2021, BirdLife Hungary experts published an article in the Journal of Vertebrate Biology: “Using detection dogs to reveal illegal pesticide poisoning of raptors in
Hungary”, which presents the dog unit’s results of the past seven years with scientific detail, and describes how effective search dogs are in locating carcasses. This article is an excerpt from this publication.

Three marsh harriers were killed in Czechia

Three poisoned marsh harriers were found in Czechia in Kolín District. Two females and a male were probably poisoned by forbidden poison carbofuran. Cadavers have been taken over by the criminal police which currently works on investigating cases. This year the police has taken over 20 cases of poisoned animals from Czech Society for ornithology so far. Since 2017 it's been 94 cases that the police took over from CSO.

 

 

A young Eastern Imperial Eagle dies of lead poisoning in Serbia

10.03.2021.

A young Eastern Imperial Eagle that was found exhausted on December 30, 2020, in the area of ​​the village of Prigrevica near Apatin, died a few days later in the shelter for wild animals of the "Palić" Zoo. The Bird Protcetion and Study Society of Serbia announced that the laboratory analysis determined that the cause of death was lead poisoning.

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