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Reports presented on the International Bird Conservation Conference in Hungary

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International Bird Conservation Conference in Hungary, 7-8 November 2016 Detailed information about the Conference >>>

György BÍRÓ, MAVIR Environment Protection Senior Advisor Conservation Activities of MAVIR

Márton HORVÁTH, MME/BirdLife Hungary History and Recent Status of Work on Mitigating Power Line Related Bird Mortality in Hungary

Constant Hoogstad (presented by André Botha), Endangered Wildlife Fund, South-Africa Impact of electrical infrastructure interactions on South Africa’s vulture populations

James DWYER, EDM International, Colorado, U.S. Comparing and Contrasting Retrofitting Materials Available for Mitigating Avian Electrocutions and Collisions on Overhead Power Lines

Janusz SIELICKI, International Association of Falconry Working against electrocution on a global scale

Jessica SHAW, Scottish Natural Heritage, U.K. Scottish Approaches to Minimising Impacts of Power Line Developments on Birds

Goran Sušić – Ornithological Station Rijeka, CASA, Croatia Solving the problem of electrocution of endangered bird species in Croatia

Lucia DEUTSCHOVÁ – Raptor Protection of Slovakia New Findings of the LIFE Energy Project on Birds vs Power Lines Issue in Slovakia

Dimitar DEMERDZHIEV – BSPB/Birdlife Bulgaria Birds and Power Lines: From Research to Mitigation of the Conflict in Bulgaria

Alexander & Ekaterina Matsyna – Laboratory of Ornithology Ecological Centr DRONT Birds and Powerlines in Russia: An Overview

Eric NEULING – NABU/BirdLife Germany Bird Protection on Power Lines – Efforts and Achievements in Germany

Sandrine Berthillot, Vanoise National Park / France Preventing bird collision in the French Alps

Márton HORVÁTH, MME/BirdLife Hungary Fight against illegal poisoning of predators in Hungary

Lucia DEUTSCHOVÁ – Raptor Protection of Slovakia Current status of birdcrime in Slovakia

Vermouzek Zdenek – CSO (BirdLife Czech Republic) The status of imperial eagle in Czechia and effects of illegal persecution

Flora HOSER – WWF Austria Illegal raptor killing in Austria

Marko TUCAKOV – Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province Distribution and species composition of pesticide poisoned animals in Serbia and gained conservation experience regarding carbofuran poisoning

Goran SUSIC – Ornithological Station Rijeka, CASA Present situation of raptor poisoning in Croatia

Rainer Raab (Ausztria) Telemetry study in the tri-border region Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia – high impact of illegal poisoning on the Red Kite population

Terziev Nikolai – BSPB (BirdLife Bulgaria) Problems and measures against poisoning of birds in Bulgaria

Ntemiri, Konstantina – HOS (BirdLife Greece) The problem of poison baits in Greece

de la Bodega Zugasti David – SEO (BirdLife Spain) Outcomes and recommendations of the European Network against Environmental Crime to tackle wildlife poisoning

Tavares, Jose – Vulture Conservation Fundation A blueprint towards a programme of work against poisoning across the Mediterranean

Botha, Andre – Endangered Wildlife Trust/CMS Vulture MsAP The impact of poisoning on southern Africa’s predators and scavengers

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