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29.11.2016

Tracking of Sakers tagged dataloggers, confirms that poaching is causing the main damage to populations are falcons

This project was made possible as a result of cooperation of the Russian network of study and conservation of birds of prey now ECOTONE (Poland), has granted the data logger, “Sibecocenter” LLC (Novosibirsk), International Association of Falconry (IAF), Herman Ottó Institute (Hungary), Revir Nonprofit Ltd. (Hungary), supported the event financially and State Nature Reserves «Uvs Nuur Basin» and «Khakassky», in the area of active work inspectors were marked sakers. Part of the expedition was financed from grant funds Rufford Foundation.

Tracks of the Saker Falcons. Crosses marked location of birds that ceased to transmit the signal mainly because of illegal capture by poachers

 

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