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Migration Study of Eagles of Southern Siberia in 2014 – 2017

In 2014, during a joint Russian-Hungarian expedition members of Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network (RRRCN) and MME BirdLife Hungary has tagged 10 juvenile eagles with transmitters. ARGOS/GPS dataloggers produced by Microwave Telemetry, Inc. and GSM/GPS loggers produced by Ecotone Telemetry were attached to a pair of juvenile Booted Eagles (Hieraaetus pennatus), one Greater Spotted Eagle (Aquila clanga), Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis), and 6 Imperial Eagles (Aquila heliaca). The expedition was organized by NGO Siberian Environmental Centre. We are thankful to our sponsors MME BirdLife Hungary and Revir Nonprofit Ltd.

Greater Spotted Eagle named Klangusha. Photo by I. Karyakin

 

Klangusha, the Greater Spotted Eagle. Altai Region, Kislukhinskiy Nature Reserve

 

 

 

Steppe Eagle named Stepasha. Photo by I. Karyakin

 

Stepasha, the Steppe Eagle. Altai Republic, Ust-Kan Depression

 

 

 

Imperial Eagle named Kanochka in nest. Photo by I. Karyakin

 

Kanochka, the Imperial Eagle. Altai Republic, Ust-Kan Depression

 

 

 

Imperial Eagle named Orosha in tne nest. Photo by E. Nikolenko

 

Orosha, the Imperial Eagle. Altai Republic, Ust-Kan Depression

 

 

 

Imperial Eagle named Turatay. Photo by I. Karyakin

 

Turatai, the Imperial Eagle. Altai Republic, Anuy river valley

 

 

 

Imperial Eagle named Anuyka in nest. Photo by Marton Horvat

 

Anuyka, the Imperial Eagle. Altai Republic, Anuy river valley

 

 

 

Imperial Eagle named Altai. Photo by R. Bachtin

 

Altai, the Imperial Eagle. Altai Republic, Anuy river valley

 

 

Imperial Eagle named Arhip. Photo by I. Karyakin

 

Arkhip, the Imperial Eagle. Borded between Altai Region and Altai Republic of Russia, Bulukhta river valley.

 

 

 

A pair of young Booted Eagles tagged with transmitters on the nest. Photo I. Karyakin

 

Chuyka and Karlusha, the Booted Eagles. Altai Republic, Chuya Steppe

 

 

 

Migratory movements of eagles tagged with transmitters could be seen online on satellitetracking.eu >>>

 

Research of the Eagles migration from the Volga-Ural region in 2016-2017 >>>

 

 

 

 

 

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