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Here members share information about the events of his life, achievements both personal and collective, photos and so on. You can write about what you want to without restrictions, but still on biological topics.

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Program's blog for attract raptors for breeding in nestboxes

Program's blog for attract raptors for breeding in nestboxes

Program's blog for attract raptors for breeding in nesting platforms

Program's blog for attract raptors for breeding in nesting platforms

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    Raptors Conservation 34

    Raptors Conservation 34

    The new issue of the Raptors Conservation Journal №34 has been published. The issue contains articles on the results of the study of the White-Tailed Eagle, Black Kite, Ural Owl and Blakiston’s Fish Owl.

    Орнитофауна центра Европейской России

    The Avifauna of the Center of European Russia: dynamics, anthropogenic transformation, ways of conservation

    The monograph is devoted to one of the most pressing areas of environmental research – anthropogenic transformation of biota. Birds are considered as a model group, showing a wide range of reactions and adaptations to the effects of anthropogenic factors.

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