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    New Publications and Videos. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Editors

    Ornithological news, events, conferences, resolutions of conferences, news of legislation, contraband of falcons

    Autumn Migration of the Crested Honey Buzzard and the Great Spotted Eagle in the Tashkent Vicinities. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Mitropolskiy M.G.

    In article results of supervision over autumn flight Crested Honey Buzzard and Great Spotted Eagle near Tashkent are stated. The route 4,5 km long was put, time of its passing made 2-2,5 hours.

    Snow Owl in the Upper Reaches of the Angara River. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Maleev V.G.,Popov V.V.

    In this message on the basis of supervision of authors and literary data distribution of a snow owl in the forest-steppe districts of Upper Angara region in the territory of Ust-Orda Buryat Autonomous Area and adjacent regions of the Irkutsk region is analysed.

    New Record of the Mountain Hawk Eagle Nesting in Primorye, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Karyakin I.V.

    Data on detection of a new nest of a Mountain Hawk Eagle are provided in article. The district is described and the rough estimate of number of this look on the Borisovskoe plateau where the nest was found is given. As the short review of literary data on the matter is provided in article.

    The Booted Eagle in the Volga Region, Ural and Siberia, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Karyakin I.V.

    Height of an arrangement of nests variate in the wide range (n=102), from 4 to 22 m, averaging 10,8±4,44 m.

    Breeding Biology of the Saker Falcon in Mongolia. – Raptors Conservation 9

    S. Gombobaatar, D. Sumiya, E. Potapov, B. Munkhzaya, B. Odkhuu.

    According to data of 1998–2005, nest selection of breeding pairs started from second half of the March (n=13)

    Legal Instruments for Supressing Unlawful Capture and Trade of Large Falcons in Russia. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Smelansky I.E., Kreyndlin M.L.

    Three species of large falcons nest in Russia, namely are Gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus), Saker (F. cherrug), and Peregrine (F. peregrinus). All the species are protected by law.

    Events. – Raptors Conservation 9

    Editors

    Ornithological news, events, conferences, resolutions of conferences, news of legislation, contraband of falcons

    New Publications and Videos. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Editors

    Ornithological news, events, conferences, resolutions of conferences, news of legislation, contraband of falcons

    Registration of polygamy for the Saker Falcon, Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Karyakin I.V., Kovalenko A.V., Novikova L.M.

    Females were hatching clutches in both nests.

    Winter observations of the Great Spotted Eagle and White-Tailed Eagle on the south of the Tashkent district, Uzbekistan. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Mitropolskiy M.G., Kashkarov R.D.

    During the winter 2005–2006, we regular recorded single birds and pairs of the Great Spotted Eagle in the Daversinskiy tugay on the Syrdarya River on the 14–15 January, 26 February and 26 March, while a bird of a pair registered on the 15 January was the rare pale morph.

    The Golden Eagle in the Ust-Ordynskiy Autonomous Disrict, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Maleev V.G.

    We found a nest of eagles on an old larch tree at a height of 10 m on the fired territory covering by trees.

    Registration of the Steppe Eagle in Ulyanovsk region, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Borodin O.V.

    A young Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis) that had been knock down by a tractor near Elshanka village of the Ulyanovsk region on the middle of September 2005 was brought in the Ulyanovsk regional station on young naturalists in April 2006.

    Records of some raptors in Akademgorodok of Novosibirsk and its vicinities, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Zhimulev I. F., Kosterin O.E., Kolesnikova T.D., Ananko N.G., Zhimulev F.I., Zhimulev E.I.

    Akademgorodok (specific scientific settlement, where located many institutes of the Academy of Science, and scientists live) of Novosibirsk is a town, where houses are close to the forest.

    Birds of prey and Owls of the Adon-Chelon boundary of the Daursky Biosphere State Nature Reserve, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Barashkova A.N.

    The part of the Reserve consists of three territories and covers lightly more than 1000 ha with protection zones.

    Large raptors in the Mugdzhary Mountains, Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Karyakin I.V., Pazhenkov A.S., Kovalenko A.V., Korzhev D.A., Novikova L.M.

    Despite a number of negative changes, Mugodzhara remain one of the least broken territories within a steppe zone of the Western Kazakhstan and realization of actions for their protection demands.

    The Saker Falcon in pine forests of north-eastern Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 8

    A. Levin, S. Shmigalev, A. Dixon, T. Kunka

    In the Pavlodar Priirtyshje on a route in 1050 km in various biotopes (open spaces, lakes, the woods) 139 bird species were registered.

    Status of the Saker Falcon on the eastern fringe of the Junggar Basin, China. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Wu Yi-Qun, Ma Ming, Liu Xu Feng, Tian Lei, Mei Yu

    In long Chinese history, raptor was regarded as good material for many purposes: the plumes were used to make craftwork; bones and flesh were usually considered as a kind of Chinese traditional medicine; similarly to Arab country, a cultural tradition was hunting with falcons for entertainment.

    The results of the project on illegal falcon trade research in the Altai-Sayan region in 2000–2006. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Nikolenko E.G.

    Annual illegal catching of falcons in the region makes about 200 birds (about one hundred Saker Falco, some tens Peregrine Falcon and 20–30 Gyrfalcons.

    Falcon trade on the border of ages: myths and facts. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Nikolenko E.G., Karyakin I.V.

    Interest to a falconry in Gulf States sharply grew in the late seventies in connection with sustained economic growth.

    Events. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Editors

    Ornithological news, events, conferences, resolutions of conferences, news of legislation, contraband of falcons

    Editorial. – Raptors Conservation 8

    Editors

    Ornithological news, events, conferences, resolutions of conferences, news of legislation, contraband of falcons

    New Publications and Videos. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Editors

    Ornithological news, events, conferences, resolutions of conferences, news of legislation, contraband of falcons

    Notes about the Booted Eagle nesting in North-Eastern Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Levin A., Dixon A., Kunka T., Shmigalev S .

    Two nests of the Booted Eagle were found in the Pavlodar and Vostochno-Kazakhstanskaya Districts for the first time in 2006. The distance between nests was 79 km.

    The first registration of the Booted Eagle nest in the Kurgan district, Russia. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Moshkin A.V.

    In the message the author provides data on the found nest of an Booted Eagle in the Kurgan region. It is the first reliable case of nesting here an Booted Eagle

    Record of the Imperial Eagle nest in the Kalba mountains, Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Pestov M.V.

    In a note the find of a nest of a burial ground in Kalbinsky uplands which settled down at pine top is described

    Expansion of the Imperial Eagle onto power lines in Western Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Karyakin I.V.

    Article contains data on burial ground nesting on the high voltage line in the Western Kazakhstan. As of 2006 in Kazakhstan 200 nesting couples of burial grounds are revealed, 25 of which (12,5%) nest on the high voltage line, and 10 from them appeared in 2005-2006 as a result of replacement by Imperial Eagle of steppe eagles

    Birds of prey and owls of the Shagyray plateau, Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Pazhenkov A.S., Korzhev D.A.

    We found 12 breeding territories of the Eagle Owl in 2006.

    Raptors of the foothills of Kalbinsky Altai, Kazakhstan. – Raptors Conservation 7

    Smelansky I.E., Barashkova A.N., Tomilenko A.A., Berezovikov N.N.

    The Kalba Range (the Kalba upland region) is the most western raising of the Altai Mts. bordered with the walleyes of Irtysh, Shar and Kokpekty rivers and the Zaissan Lake depression.






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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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