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La Plume du Circaète n° 18

Oct 8, 2019 / Comment
Circaète Jean-le-Blanc on the LPO website

La Plume du Circaète n° 18 – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation} was released and timed to the 5th Circaetus meeting in Gémenos; with full-size images (8.9 MB) – Short-toed Eagle. file. The list of contents:

COMMUNICATIONS

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· Two Short-toed Eagles in Oise
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· Reproduction in Eure
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· Survey in Isère
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· Predations in Lozère
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News from Hérault

INTERNATIONAL

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· Switzerland · Hungary · Lithuania · Italy

Many thanks to Bernard Joubert, Jean-Pierre Malafosse, Renaud Nadal and all the authors of the bulletin for sharing their data and ideas!

 

5th Circaetus meeting in France on October 5/6, 2019

Sep 30, 2019 / Comment

5th French national Short-toed Eagle meeting in GémenosThis year the 5th meeting dedicated to Short-toed Eagle in France will be held in Gémenos, Bouches-du-Rhône /map/. The main contact persons: Richard FRÈZE, Renaud NADAL, Bernard JOUBERT and Jean-Pierre MALAFOSSE. The agenda includes the following topics: development of the national Circaetus network; some biological, ecological and behavioural considerations; reproduction and conservation of Short-toed Eagles in various regions of the country; examination of nests and others. More details in the file: Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr).

 

Örs returned to Hungary after 2 years

Jul 27, 2019 / Comment

Örs in flight / by Márton ÁRVAYÖrs the satellite-tagged Short-toed Eagle, marked as a juvenile in 2017, has returned to Hungary after two years. He hatched in the area of the Kiskunság National Park /map/ being famous for hosting the only known nesting population in the Hungarian lowlands. He spent the past winter in the Sahel Zone on the border of Sudan and South Sudan, a regular wintering area for the species. On the last day of March, he packed up and started his northbound migration, however, he stopped in Central Turkey and we were worried that he would spend the entire summer there again, after the summer of 2018. Fortunately, he decided to move on on June 24 and to our delight, he reached the border between Croatia and Hungary a bit more than a week later. Since then, he paid a visit to Burgenland, Austria and Western Slovakia where he stopped at military bases, which were probably familiar for him since he was born in one of those in Hungary. Recently, he has been in Northwestern Hungary, an area where observations of this species are quite rare.

We hope eventually he will visit his home ground and may also mark a few, so far unknown, territories in the Kiskunság area.

Gábor Papp

The map of Örs’ tracks is available on SATELLITETRACKING.EU.

 

LTO projects on Short-toed Eagle in SE Poland

Apr 29, 2019 / Comment

Short-toed Eagle adult female, by Marcin LenartThe Lublin Ornithology Society started their projects on GPS-GSM telemetry of local adult Short-toed Eagles in 2012. Some results of them are available on sites of the society, as well as conservation programs. Just use the Polish name of the species «Gadożer» as a search word to find info regarding Short-toeds in the submitted files:

• LTO, 2017 – Strategia Ochrony Ptaków Strefowych na Lubelszczyźnie [Strategy for the conservation of nest zone protected birds in the Lubelszczyzna region]: 94 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Pl).

• LTO, 2018 – Project Report. Ochrona rzadkich ptaków strefowych w wybranych obszarach Natura 2000 na Lubelszczyźnie [Protection of rare zone birds in selected Natura 2000 areas in the Lubelszczyzna region]: 50 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Pl).

• LTO, 2018 – After-life Conservation Plan. Ochrona rzadkich ptaków strefowych w wybranych obszarach Natura 2000 na Lubelszczyźnie [Protection of rare zone birds in selected Natura 2000 areas in the Lubelszczyzna region]: 21 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Pl).

• LTO, 2019 – Conservation of nest zone protected birds in the selected Natura 2000 sites in the Lubelszczyzna region – LIFE+ FINAL Report: 101 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Pl) (En).

A pair of Short-toed Eagles on the nestAlso, you can read some fresh news about observations of local Short-toed Eagles on the LTO page on Facebook, and enjoy this short video taken at the nest of a pair where the male is tagged with the GPS-GSM transmitter.

 

La Plume du Circaète n° 16-17

May 9, 2018 / Comment
Circaète Jean-le-Blanc on the LPO website

La Plume du Circaète n° 16-17 – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation} has been recently published. As usual, various unusual events, observations, ideas are reported in it. The list of contents (En):

COMMUNICATIONS

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· A Short-toed Eagle stuck in a fence
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· A bewitched Short-toed Eagle
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· Disturbance survey
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· Interaction with Ravens
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· Predation of a newt
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· Rescue of youngs
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· The issue of balance

MONITORING / CONSERVATION

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· Preservation of a breeding site in the forest of Bouconne
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· Behaviour – chronometer: is it an observation tool?
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· Success rate

INTERNATIONAL

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· The Short-toed Eagle in Northern Ukraine

TRIBUTE

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· Tribute to Christian Aussaguel

Thanks a lot to Bernard Joubert, Jean-Pierre Malafosse, Renaud Nadal and all the authors of the bulletin for sharing their materials!

 

Monitoring of ST Eagle in Lozère and Cévennes in 2017

Apr 30, 2018 / Comment

Monitoring of Short-toed Eagle in the Cévennes National Park /map/ and Lozère was continued by local conservationists in 2017:

Jean-Pierre et Isabelle MALAFOSSE, 2017 – Le Circaète Jean-le-Blanc, résultats pour 2017. 17 years old (18cy) Short-toed Eagle male hunts / by Michel REYNÉSuivi des Rapaces forestiers en Lozère et dans le Parc National des Cévennes [Short-toed Eagle, results for 2017. Monitoring of Raptors in Lozère and in the Cévennes National Park], rapport interne C.R.B.P.O./ P.N.C.: 13 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr), Short-toed Eagle. file (En) {rough translation}.

Our sincere gratitude to Jean-Pierre and Isabelle for sharing the report, as well as to Ferenc and Gábor Papp for its translation to English!

 

Monitoring in the Alpes de Haute-Provence in 2017

Mar 9, 2018 / Comment

Breeding site Dur05, in the Mediterranean forest of Aleppo pinesPlease, read the next review by Cédric Arnaud:

• Cédric ARNAUD, 2017 – Suivi du Circaète Jean-le-blanc dans les Alpes de Haute-Provence. Rétrospective 2017 [Monitoring of Short-toed Eagle in the Alpes de Haute-Provence. Review for 2017]: 27 p. – Short-toed Eagle. file (Fr) {rough translation}.

The list of contents (Fr): Partenaires – 2; Zone d’étude – 3; Résultats du suivi 2017 (résultats, répartition) – 4; Résultats du suivi de la reproduction (données chiffrées, discussion, taux de reproduction et effort de suivi, échantillon de suivi) – 9; Visite des nids en fin de saison de reproduction (arbres supports, emplacement des nids, matériaux de construction) – 12; Régime alimentaire – 17; Demandes particulières de suivi ou d’intervention avant travaux – 17; Interventions d’information, de sensibilisation et d’échanges – 18; Observations particulières – 20; Fiche de dérangement – 23; Centres de sauvegarde de la faune sauvage et circaètes blessés – 23; Base de données en ligne et accessibilité aux partenaires – 24; Participants – 24; Campagne de suivi & objectifs 2018 (échéances, objectifs) – 26; Résumé – 27.