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30.09.2015

Evidence of the presence of steppe eagles of different subspecies on the same wintering areas has become apparent

Data obtained in 2014 and 2015 allow take a fresh look at the facts of registration of large steppe eagles similar the eastern subspecies breeding in the range of the western subspecies. Two rings were returned from the eastern subspecies of the Steppe Eagle on the Afro-Eurasian migration route (in Iran) and one return from the western Steppe Eagle from Orenburg region in Baluchistan (Pakistan), actually at the end of the road to the Indo-Pakistan wintering place.

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