Although they are siblings, the distance between them is about 2,000 kilometers. While one of the pair of Imperial eagles, whose path we have been following since July 2018, is currently staying close to Czech borders, the second one is in Greece.
More than 200 visitors were interested in the 5th Eagle Day, that was organized by BirdLife Hungary/MME and its partner instituion, the Hortobágy Nemzeti Park Directorate. The even was held in the Eagle Centre near Jászberény.
Between the 11-13th of January, 2019, BirdLife Hungary (MME) is organizing the 16th National Eagle Census in collaboration with national park directorates and other nature conservation NGOs, in order to monitor the wintering population of birds of prey species in Hungary.
The Czech Ministry of Environment (MZP_CZ) hosted the annual Steering Committee Meeting in Mikulov (South Moravia) on 18.10.2018. The agenda of meeting was prepared in coordination of MME/BirdLife Hungary, MZP_CZ and CSO.
Do you remember the two siblings of the Imperial eagles who got backpacks equiped with hi-tech GPS-GSM loggers to track their activity and detect potential dangers? Thanks to Anitra software even you can now watch where two young siblings are.
The 8th International Workshop on the Conservation of the Eastern Imperial Eagle has come to an end, BirdLife Hungary and the PannonEagle LIFE project had also helped the Russian colleauges with the organization and implementation of the event.