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GPS-GSM tracking of ST Eagle from Western Ukraine

Oct 5, 2019 / Comment

Rehabilitation Centre «Free Wings» (Lviv). PISMENNYI K. 2019.Western UkraineA juvenile Short-toed Eagle was released after a month spent in the Rehabilitation Centre «Вільні Крила» (Free Wings) at the vicinity of Lviv /map/ (Western Ukraine) at the end of September.The release of juvenile Short-toed Eagle Java after rehabilitation by Viktor Shelvinskyi on September 28, 2019 For the last week, that eagle named Java has covered 330 km and reached Romania. The young short-toed tries to stick to areas potentially rich in snakes, such as numerous river floodplains. You can follow the eagle on the map of its migration which is daily updated.Paths of Java That bird had been contused about two weeks after leaving the nest. Viktor Shelvinskyi and Pavlo Kruchok provided the best conditions to recover young Short-toed Eagle as quickly as possible. An installation of the Ecotone GPS-GSM transmitter was provided by Andrew Simon as a part of the project on Greater Spotted and Short-toed Snake Eagles in Northern Ukraine launched this year.

 

Short-toeds in Northern Ukraine. Photos of 2018-2019

Aug 31, 2019 / 1 Comment

PISMENNYI K. 2018-2019. Northern UkraineThe photo collection of the previous year has been continued in 2019. All individuals have their unique index like K11m, where the last letter means sex: m – male, f – female, if it is known for certain. This is the continuation of a story in pictures of permanent annual monitoring of Short-toeds in Northern Ukraine which has been made for more than 15 years.

 

Northern Ukraine. STE in pictures in 2018

Jul 31, 2018 / Comment

PISMENNYI K. 2018. Northern UkraineCurrently, 7 nests of Short-toed Eagles are controlled in 3 Regions of Northern Ukraine. All those pairs have chicks this year. It is of great interest to know the final result of the reproduction season in this area. The gallery will be updated after the end of the season, however, now we can see some pictures of the old acquaintances again.

 

La Plume du Circaète: STE in Northern Ukraine (En)

May 14, 2018 / Comment

The English (En) version of that article with links to more pictures:

Old sites of pine forests are utilized by Short-toed Eagles for nesting

Konstantin PISMENNYI, 2018 – Le circaète dans le nord de l’Ukraine : état et avenir des populations, observations sur quelques couples et individus [The Short-toed Snake Eagle in Northern Ukraine, the population state and outlook, observations of certain pairs and individuals] // La Plume du Circaète n° 16-17: pp. 11-15.

 

Short-toed Eagles in Northern Ukraine, 2017 (part II)

Feb 28, 2018 / Comment

PISMENNYI K. 2017. Northern UkraineThe compilation of the annual gallery for 2017 has been finished. Photos taken in Northern Ukraine depict well-known and new individuals of the monitored pairs. Only 36 out of thousands of pictures taken with the main purpose to regularly identify local Short-toed Eagles individually have been selected for the represented gallery.

 

Photos of Short-toed Eagles in Northern Ukraine in 2017

Jun 30, 2017 / Comment

PISMENNYI K. 2017. Northern UkraineCompiling of the next annual gallery has been started, the gallery of photos taken in different regions of Northern Ukraine this year. Each Short-toed Eagle identified individually is indicated, as always, in captions by a letter and a year of the first representation in photo galleries on the site. The collection will be updated after the season.

 

STE in Northern Ukraine. Video & data on breeding. 2016

Mar 26, 2017 / Comment

Short videos representing scenes of life of Short-toed Eagles in Northern Ukraine have been compiled from those that were shot in previous year. Also, you can view here a few tables containing statistical data collected in the region within 2004-2016 years and processed to a certain extent. The artificial platform for Short-toed Eagle nestingThey include: general breeding success, frequency of nesting tree change, distances between two nesting trees occupied by one pair in two consecutive seasons and between all nesting trees at the same breeding sites, nesting tree diameter, nest height, mean nest departure dates, reproduction rate of certain pairs.