Conservation of the imperial eagle

Since 1974, the census and conservation of the globally endangered imperial eagle have been an ongoing project of BirdLife Hungary with constant support from national and international governmental and non-governmental organizations. Despite the success of conservation actions raptor poisoning is still a serious threat both nationally and internationally. The new EU funded LIFE project called „Conservation of the Eastern Imperial Eagle by decreasing human-caused mortality in the Pannonian Region” gives us the opportunity to continue our work in the next 5 year period during which important conservation actions will be carried out not only in Hungary, but in Slovakia, Czechia, Austria and Serbia as well.