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Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation – Abstracts of the International Scientific and Practical Conference

Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation – Abstracts of the International Scientific and Practical Conference, Elabuga, 2013Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation – Abstracts of the International Scientific and Practical Conference, Elabuga, Tatarstan Republic, Russia, 20–23 September 2013 / Eds. A.A. Kayumov, I.V. Karyakin, E.G. Nikolenko, E.P. Shnayder. – Elabuga, 2013. – 76 p.

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Contents:

Introduction – 7
Earthly problems of sky aristocrats. V. M. Galushin – 7

Plenaries – 9
Memorandum of Understanding on Raptors Under the Convention on Migratory Species – UNEP / CMS Raptors MoU. N. P. Williams – 9
Project Eurapmon and Inventory of Raptor Monitoring Schemes in Europe. A. Vrezec, M. Derlink, C. Wernham, A. Andreotti, I. Bertoncelj, I. Burfield, G. Duke, A. Kovács, P. Movalli, L. Palma, P. Saurola, J. Sielicki, Ü. Väli – 10
Monitoring Diurnal and Nocturnal Birds of Prey in Finland: Methods and Population Trend. P. L. Saurola – 11
Eagles in The Altai-Sayan Region: Distribution, Numbers, Threats, and Trends. E. G. Nikolenko, I. V. Karyakin – 12
Steller’s Sea Eagle Haliaeetus Pelagicus Monitoring at the North of the Okhotsk Sea: Birds, People, Technologies. I. G. Utechina, E. R. Potapov, M. J. McGrady, D. Rimlinger – 13

Sections – 14
Section 1. Protection of Eagles – 14
The Eagle Covering Project – a Mechanism to Protect Birds From Electrocution on Power Lines. A. V. Saltykov – 14
The Scope of Death of Eagles on Power Lines in Western Kazakhstan. A. S. Levin, Kurkin G. A. – 15
On Some Results of the Bird Protection Activities in Kalmykia. R. A. Mejidov – 16

Section 2. Eagles in the Regions – 17
On the Status of Stay and the Biology of Eagles Aquila, Hieraaetus in the Kharkov District, Ukraine. S. G. Viter – 17
Results of the Monitoring of Eagle Numbers in Belarus. V. Ch. Dombrovski - 18
Large Birds of Prey of the Ivanovo District. V. N. Melnikov – 19
Large Birds of Prey in the Nizhny Novgorod District: 30 Years of Studying, Monitoring and Protection. S. V. Bakka, N. Yu. Kiseleva – 20
The Current State of Large Raptors in the Ulyanovsk District. M. V. Korepov - 21
Results of the Monitoring of Large Raptors in the Republic of Tatarstan. R. H. Bekmansurov – 22
Current Status of the Populations of White-Tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla and other Eagles in the Chuvash Republic. G. N. Isakov – 23
Population Status of the Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis, the Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga and the White-Tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla in the Eastern Trans-Baikal Region. O. A. Goroshko – 24

Section 3. Ecology of the Golden Eagle Aquila Chrysaetos – 25
Characterizing Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos Territorial Boundaries. D. Ch. Spencer – 25
Do Expectations about Aquila chrysaetos Ecology Produce Reliable Guidance for Species Management? D. G. Walker – 26
Distribution and Habitat-Use Patterns of the Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos in Estonia. G. Sein – 27
A Comparative Analysis of Some of the Parameters of Ecological Niches of the White-Tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla and the Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos in Northern Belarus. V. V. Ivanovski – 28
The Habitat and Food of the Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos During Breeding Season in Northwestern China. Ming Ma – 29

Section 4. Distribution, Status and Features of Ecology of the Osprey Pandion haliaetus, White-Tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla, Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca, Spotted Eagles A. clanga, A. pomarina – 30
Results From the 2013 Monitoring of the Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca Population in the Altai Kray. R. F. Bachtin – 30
The Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga in the Center of European Part of Russia. V. N. Melnikov, A. L. Mishchenko – 31
The Effect of Agricultural Land Use Patterns on the Breeding of Spotted Eagles Aquila clanga, A. pomarina in Estonia. Ü. Väli, G. Sein, U. Abel, J. Tuvi - 32
Some Examples of the Tolerance of the White-Tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla in Relation to Man in the Southern Part of Central Chernozemye. A. Yu. Sokolov - 33
The Status and Monitoring of the Osprey Pandion haliaetus and the White-Tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla Nesting Groups in North-West Russia. M. V. Babushkin, A. V. Kuznetsov – 34
Reintroducing the Osprey Pandion haliaetus to Portugal. Luís Palma, Pedro Beja, Andreia Dias, João Ferreira, Marco Mirinha – 35

Section 5. Distribution, Status and Features of Ecology of the Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis – 36
The Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis in Russia and Kazakhstan. I. V. Karyakin – 36
Distribution of the Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis in the Indian Subcontinent: Review of Records From 1882 to 2013 ad. S. A. Pande, A. S. Mahabal, P. Deshpande, R. M. Sharma – 37
The Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis – Wintering and Migration Strategies. R. Joseph – 38
The Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis in Semi-Arid Trans-Volga Region. V. N. Pimenov – 39
Materials on the Numbers and Breeding Biology of the Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis in the North-East of Kalmykia. V. M. Muzaev, G. I. Erdnenov – 40
The Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis in Turgai: Status and Prospects. E. A. Bragin – 41
The Steppe Eagle Aquila nipalensis in the Altai Kray. S. V. Vazhov – 42

Section 6. Methods of Study and Conservation of Eagles – 43
Twenty Years of Research and Conservation of Endangered Eagles in Portugal. L. Palma, P. Beja, R. Sánchez – 43
Results of the Monitoring of Nesting Platforms for Large Raptors in the Nizhny Novgorod District. A. P. Levashkin, S. V. Bakka, I. V. Karyakin, N. Yu. Kiseleva – 44
A Study of the Time Budget of the Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga: How the Frequency of Observation Affects the Reliability of the Results. V. Ch. Dombrovski, M. G. Dmitrenok, P. A. Pakul – 45
Usage of UAV for Surveying Steller’s Sea Eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus Nests. I. G. Utechina, E. R. Potapov, M. J. McGrady, D. Rimlinger – 46
Assessing Collision Risk in White-Tailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla Using Laser Range-Finder Technology. Simon T. Hulka – 47

Section 7. Migration of Eagles – 48
Results of Tagging Of Steller’s Sea Eagles Haliaeetus pelagicus at the Northern Part of the Sea of Okhotsk (1993–2012). I. G. Utechina, E. R. Potapov, M. J. McGrady, D. Rimlinger – 48
Movements of Finnish White-Tailed Eagles Haliaeetus albicilla and Ospreys Pandion haliaetus: Results From Ringing and Satellite Tracking. Pertti L. Saurola – 49
Migration Strategies in a Hybridising Population of Spotted Eagles Aquila clanga × pomarina. Ü. Väli, U. Sellis – 50
Results of the Raptor Ringing Program of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network – RRRCN. R. H. Bekmansurov, I. V. Karyakin, A. P. Levashkin, E. G. Nikolenko, A. G. Karpov, M. V. Korepov, S. G. Adamov, M. M. Shashkin, V. N. Pimenov, A. V. Kovalenko, M. V. Babushkin, S. V. Vazhov, R. F. Bachtin – 51

Poster session and other abstracts – 52
Dynamics of Fauna and Population of Eagles on a Territory of Modern Volga-Kama Nature Reserve in the Last 80 Years. A S. Ayupov, R. R. Yusupova – 52
Structural Changes in the Population of Birds of Prey of the Mologa-Sheksninskaya Lowlands Arising from the Formation of the Rybinsk Reservoir and the Creation of Darwin Reserve. M. V. Babushkin, A. V. Kuznetsov – 53
Preliminary Results of Identification of Sex of Osprey Pandion haliaetus Nestlings Using Genetic Analysis of DNA From Blood. M. V. Babushkin, D. N. Sherbinin, M. A. Turutina – 54
Breeding of the White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla on High-Voltage Poles in Southern Russia. V. P. Belik – 55
On the Way to the Safety of Birds on Power Lines in Central Kazakhstan. V. V. Voronova, G. I. Pulikova – 56
Activity of the Simbirsk Wild Birds Salvation Center. O. A. Danilova, G. V. Pilugina, M. M. Shashkin – 57
Current Status of the White-Tailed Eagle Haliaetus albicilla Population of in the Don Delta. L. V. Markitan, M. A. Dinkevich – 58
Use of the Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca as a Passive Biorepelent for the Objects of Grain Industry. I. R. Enaleev, A. V. Arinina – 59
Russian-German Environmental Education Project “Journey of Orlasha”. D. A. Korepova – 60
On Breeding of the Booted Eagle Hieraaetus pennatus in Lugansk District. V. A. Moroz, V. V. Vetrov – 61
The Role of Educational and Methodical Publications in the Formation of a Responsible Attitude to Biodiversity Problems. V. A. Samkova – 62
The Evolution of Bird Protected Devices for Power Lines of Average Power in Russia. S. G. Tetnev – 63

Nestboxing workshop – 64
Population Ecology of the Ural Owl Strix uralensis in Finland: Results From a 48-Year Study. P. L. Saurola – 64
The Ecology of the Ural Owl Strix uralensis at the South-Western Border of its Distribution, Slovenia. A. Vrezec – 65
Web-GIS Nestboxing – the First Step Towards Creating a Unified System of Artificial Nests Monitoring in Russia. I. V. Karyakin, D. A. Kamenskiy – 66

Author index – 67

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