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Key Species

There are 44 species of birds of prey and 18 species of owls breeding in Northern Eurasia. Some of them have small breeding ranges and inhabit quite rare habitat types , ranges of others vice versa cover large areas and they occupy a wide range of habitats. Human activities and other environmental factors on have different effects on different species, putting some species to the verge of survival . Such the most endangered species, abundance and breeding range of which has reduced rapidly for the last three decades, are the Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug) and the Steppe Eeagle (Aquila nipalensis). It is for their rescue, we are taking great efforts and looking for the means and opportunities for the activities that reduce at least rate of degradation of their populations , and ideally lead to a growth in the number and recover the former size of their range in the vast spaces of Northern Eurasia .
Details on activities aimed at protection of key species of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network, you can find in the pages of species programmes by clicking on the images below of these species.

Key Species
Falco cherrug                                                                  Aquila nipalensis  
Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug)  Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis)
A lso within the programme we place high emphasis on study of other key species such as White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla), Imperial Eagle (Aquila heliaca), Greater Spotted Eagle (Aquila clanga) and Eagle Owl (Bubo bubo).
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Aquila clanga  

 

Aquila heliaca

 Haliaeetus albicilla

Greater Spotted Eagle  (Aquila clanga)

Imperial Eagle (Aquila heliaca) White-Tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
.  Bubo bubo
.  Eagle Owl (Bubo bubo)
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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.

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