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Results of Work of the Raptor Ringing Center of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network in 2017. – Raptors Conservation 37
Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G., Shnayder E.P., Babushkin M.V., Bekmansurov R.H., Kitel D.A., Pimenov V.N., Pchelintsev V.G., Khlopotova A.V., Shershnev M.Yu.
In 2017, a total of 36 ornithologists and birdwatchers participated in the work of the Raptor Ringing Center of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network and ringed 498 individuals of 23 species of Birds of Prey and Owls. During the last 7 months of 2017 and the first 4 months of 2018 we got an information about 37 ringed raptors, 32 of them were possible to read and identify.

Modern status of Birds of Prey of the Opuksky State Nature Reserve. – Raptors Conservation 37
Sikorsky I.A.
This paper provides information on the status of Birds of Prey in the State Nature Reserve “Opuksky” from 2010 to 2018. As of December 1, 2018, 261 bird species (77% of the Crimean bird fauna) have been registered in the territory of this reserve and its surroundings, including 28 species of daytime birds of prey.

An Overview of the Current State of Pallas’s Fish Eagle Population. – Raptors Conservation 37
Andreyenkov O.V., Andreyenkova N.G.
This article provides an overview of current data on the state of the Pallas’s Fish Eagle (Haliaeetus leucoriphus) population at nesting and summering places and reports on a new data on the documented meeting of the Pallas’s Fish Eagle in the Krasnoshchekovskiy District of the Altai Kray.

The Results Implementation of a Foster Parents Adoption Method for Restoration of the Saker Falcon Population in Russia (With the Results of GPS/GSM Tracking of Fledglings). – Raptors Conservation 37
Shnayder E.P., Nikolenko E.G., Karyakin I.V., Prommer M., Sarychev E.I., Rozhkova D.N., Zinevich L.S.
This article describes our experience obtained during the Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug) reintroduction conducted in the summer of 2018 in the Tuva Republic of Russia. During post-fledgling period, the known losses among juveniles were 5 birds (10.2%): 2 captive-produced birds were killed by another raptor, and 3 native nestlings from different breeding pairs died under the extreme weather conditions happened in Tuva in July of 2018. Two captive-produced and 2 native young Sakers were tracked via GPS/GSM transmitters.

Saker Falcon in the Altai-Sayan Region: Results of Monitoring in 2016–2018. – Raptors Conservation 37
Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G., Shnayder E.P.
This article represents the results of Saker Falcon’s (Falco cherrug) population monitoring in the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion (ASER). Estimation of population size in ASER in 2018 was 1103–1216 (mean 1163) breeding pairs, but 592–650 (mean 623) pairs that succeed in breeding. Through the last 20 years, the population declined by 43.43%.

Results of the GPS/GSM-tracking of Juvenile Saker Falcons in the Altai-Sayan Region. – Raptors Conservation 37
Karyakin I.V., Nikolenko E.G., Shnayder E.P., Prommer M.
This article represents the results of tracking by means of GPS/GSM-trackers and Argos transmitters of 17 juvenile Sakers originated from the Altay-Sayan Ecoregion of Russia in 2002-2018. Duration of post-fledging dependence period varied from 26 to 50 days, mean 40 ± 8.6 days, and it was considerably shorter for males and longer for females. The period when juveniles begun to move beyond the boundaries of natal area lasts from 23 of July to 19 of August (males left nesting areas 10 days earlier than females on average). The onset of migration in different years varies from 27 of July to 14 of October. The maximum linear distance from the nest to the wintering site was 1 885 km. The main losses of juvenile birds were caused by illegal trapping (41.18%).

The Yellow-Billed Kite Breeding at Nile Valley and Lake Nasser, Egypt, from 2012–2018: With Notes on Behaviour. – Raptors Conservation 37
Habib M.I., Hering J., Geiter O., Eilts H.-J., Megally M., Siegel S., Siegmund A., Winter M.
The article is based on a series of surveys started in early December 2012 and ended in May 2018. The main goal of the study was a survey of the local resident breeding population of Yellow-Billed Kite (Milvus aegyptius). In total, 74 active nests and 2 inactive nests of Yellow-Billed Kite were found in surroundings of Cairo, Luxor, Lake Nasser and Abu Simbel.

Birds of Prey (Accipitriformes, Falconiformes) and Owls (Strigiformes) of Assam (India): the Results of Express Investigation of Fauna in the Low Mountains and Plains in February 2018. – Raptors Conservation 37
Viter S.G.
This article presents information on raptors species recorded during the 12-day of field studies in the plains and lowlands of Assam (north-eastern India). In total, we observed 21 Bird of Prey species: 18 species of Accipitriformes and 3 species of Falconiformes, and 11 species of Strigiformes.

Occurrence of the Eastern Imperial Eagle and the Eurasian Eagle Owl in the Northwestern Orenburg Region, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 37
Barbazyuk E.V.
The report provides new findings of the Eastern Imperial Eagle (Aquila heliaca) and the Eurasian Eagle Owl (Bubo bubo) in Abdulino, Severnoye and Buguruslan Administrative Districts in northwestern Orenburg Region, South Urals, Russia.

The First Record of Successful Breeding of the Male Saker Falcon at the Age of One Year in the Altai-Sayan Region, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 37
Nikolenko E.G., Karyakin I.V., Shnayder E.P., Kuksin A.N.
Over the past ten years in ASER, we witnessed a replacement of mature females by the young ones in more than 100 pairs and in about half of all cases 1CY females bred successfully. At the same time, a male replacement by 1CY falcons was also noted in 21 pairs. However, in the case of male replacement, no successful breeding was observed except only one case in the Tuva Republic in 2018, which is the subject of the present report.

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29.12.2018

OUTCOMES of the II International Scientific anp Practical Conference “Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation”

Орлы Палеарктики: изучение и охрана

OUTCOMES of the II International Scientific Conference “Eagles Palaearctics: Study and Conservation”, held from 7 to 10 September 2018 in Katun vill. (Altai Kray, Russia), have been prepared.

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Пернатые хищники и их охрана 38

Raptors Conservation 38

The new issue of the Raptors Conservation Journal №38 has been published. The issue contains the Proceedings of the II International Scientific Conference “Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation”.

Орлы Палеарктики: изучение и охрана

Reports presented on the II International Scientific and Practical Conference ‘Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation”

Reports presented on the II International Scientific and Practical Conference ‘Eagles of Palearctic: Study and Conservation” (Park-Hotel Lake Aya, Katun village, Altai Kray, Russia, 7-10 September 2018).

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