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Results of Monitoring of the Saker Falcon Population in the Altai-Sayan Region in 2014, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 29

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Full reference: Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G., Shnayder E.P. Results of Monitoring of the Saker Falcon Population in the Altai-Sayan Region in 2014, Russia. – Raptors Conservation. 2014. № 29. P. 58-76. doi: 10.19074/1814-8654-2014-29-58-76.

Abstract

Based on author’s research in 2014 the paper contains information on distribution, numbers and breeding biology of the Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug) in the Altai-Sayan region. A total of 112 breeding territories of the Saker Falcon (28.9% of the territories already known in the Altai-Sayan region) located in the Krasnoyarsk Kray, Khakassia, Tyva and Altai Republics were visited in 2014: 94 territories were occupied and 44 territories were successful. Six new territories were discovered in 2014, 7 – recovered within borders of an old empty territory and 11 – were noted as abandoned in 2014. A total of 25 breeding territories of the Saker Falcon located in the Altai Kray were visited in 2014: 4 territories were occupied and 3 territories were successful. Considering the expert estimation a total of 1237–1473 pairs (averaging 1355 pairs) breed in the Altai-Sayan region in 2014, and 618–736 pairs (averaging 677 pairs) are successful. The population trend was noted as negative and was -26% per past 12 years of the census conducted. The positive population trend for the Saker Falcon has been recorded for the last 3 years due to the growth of its population in Tuva – 2% for the region. Estimation a total of 34–45 pairs (averaging 39 pairs) breed in the Altai Kray in 2014, and 17–22 pairs (averaging 19 pairs) are successful. The population trend was noted as negative and was -67% per past 12 years of the census conducted (Saker Falcon population in the pine forests has virtually been extinct).

Keywords

birds of prey; raptors; Saker Falcon; Falco cherrug; distribution; number; breeding biology

References

Karyakin I.V. Manuals for organizing the monitoring of the Saker Falcon populations in the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion. Krasnoyarsk, 2010. 122 p. (in Russian)
Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G. Results of the project for restoration of nesting places of the birds of prey in the Tuva depression, Republic of Tuva, Russia. – Raptors Conservation. 2006. 7: 15-20.
Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G. Monitoring Results on the Saker Falcon Population in the Altai-Sayan Region in 2008, Russia. – Raptors Conservation. 2008. 14: 63-84.
Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G. Results of the Project for Restoration of Nesting Places of the Birds of Prey in the Republic of Tyva, Russia – Raptors Conservation. 2011. 21: 14-83.
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Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G., Potapov E.R., Fox N. Preliminary results of the project on migration studies of the Saker Falcon in Russia. – Raptors Conservation. 2005. 2: 56-59.
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