In January, 2021, the 18th Hungarian Eagle Census was organized by MME/Birdlife Hungary in collaboration with National Park Directorates and NGOs. In order to present the “Map of Eagles” wintering in the Carpathian Basin, several partner organizations and experts joined the event from the neighbouring countries for the fourth time, all in the scope of the EU’s PannonEagle LIFE programme.
Although we deal with Imperial eagles on a daily basis, in most cases we wouldn’t be able to share much more information about ringed birds than their place of birth and - thanks to a few observations - the territory of their choice.
There are special individuals however, whose life history is unconventional, so they definitely deserve a more detailed introduction.
Great news from Serbia this spring. Bird protection and Study Society of Serbia/BirdLife Serbia (BPSSS) is reporting that in the fourth year of realization PannonEagle Life project, Serbian population of Imperial Eagles finally got two new nesting pairs, which makes them three in total with the old pair named Bora and Erzika.