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20.02.2014

The ARRCN 8th Symposium

The ARRCN 8th SymposiumThe ARRCN 8th Symposium was held in Puna, India at 6–9 of February, 2014, and it concluded with a great success.
More than 230 guests from 20 countries participated in this exciting biannual event – Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, China, Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, and USA.

The main subjects of this event were:
- a special session on “Raptor Conservation and Culture” that consider relations and treatment of birds of prey in Asian national cultures. Each country made a very meaningful and important presentation on this matter;
- many important results concerning Vulture species conservation were introduced by raptor researchers from India;
- distribution and status of different species that breed and winter in Asia.
- taxonomy, genetic and molecular studies;
- special session for ISAR students from leading specialists;

Miroslav Babuskin. Photo by I. KaryakinRussia on this meeting was represented by Elvira Nikolenko and Igor Karyakin – editors of “Raptors Conservation” Journal, and by Oksana Demina and Miroslav Babuskin – researchers from Darwin Nature Reserve.
E. Nikolenko and I. Karyakin made speeches about raptors of Altai-Sayan Ecoregion – distribution, population size, treats and trends, and about Saker Falcon in Kazakhstan. On the author’s request, E. Nikolenko also presented a report made by Vladimir M. Galushin “The most important recent raptor studies in Russia” that discussed the main results obtained by Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network. M. Babushkin presented a report entitled “The current status of Osprey population in the taiga of North-Western part of Russia”, and gave a detailed description of his methods on the special session for students.

Satish Pande hands the ARRCN Symposium Flag to the team from Thailand. Photo by E. Nikolenko.During the farewell ceremony, Satish Pande – a chairman of VIII Symposium has handed the ARRCN Symposium Flag to the team from Thailand where the IX Symposium would be held in the city Chumphon in October 2015.
 

 

 

 

 

 

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