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Reports presented on the International Conference “Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation”

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Welcome speech by Vladimir M. Galushin (honorary president of the Working Group Birds of Prey and Owls of Northern Eurasia ):

 

Plenaries

Al Vrezec (Slovenia), Maja Derlink (Scotland, Slovenia), Chris Wernham (Scotland, United Kingdom), Alessandro Andreotti (Italy), Irena Bertoncelj (United Kingdom, Slovenia), Ian Burfield (United Kingdom), Guy Duke (United Kingdom), András Kovács (Hungary), Paola Movalli (Netherlands), Luis Palma (Portugal), Pertti Saurola (Finland), Janusz Sielicki (Poland), Ülo Väli (Estonia). Project EURAPMON and inventory of raptor monitoring schemes in Europe

Video presentation (author Renat Rakhmatullin):

 

Pertti L. Saurola (Finland). Monitoring Diurnal and Nocturnal Birds of Prey in Finland: Methods and Population Trend
Monitoring Diurnal and Nocturnal Birds of Prey in Finland: Methods and Population Trend

Video presentation (author Renat Rakhmatullin):

Video presentation (author Dmitry Zhukov):

 

Elvira G. Nikolenko, Igor V. Karyakin (Russia). Eagles in the Altai-Sayan Region: distribution, numbers, threats, and trends

Video presentation (author Renat Rakhmatullin):

Video presentation (author Dmitry Zhukov):

 

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