A projektet 2015. legjobb természetvédelmi projektjei közé választotta az Európai Bizottság!

Az Európai Bizottság minden évben kiosztja a „Legjobb LIFE természetvédelmi program” díját, az előző évben lezárt projektek körében. Három kategóriában összesen 63 európai uniós program közül mindössze 23 kapta meg ezt az elismerő kitüntetést, köztük a „A kerecsensólyom védelme ÉK-Bulgáriában, Magyarországon, Romániában és Szlovákiában” című LIFE+ projekt.

The Saker continues his journey

The film shows the conservation work about the Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug) focusing on the species supported by the European Union. As a result of the co-ordinated work of experts from four countries, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, this species breeds successfully and it is expanding its range in Central European habitats from year to year.

The Saker continues his journey >>

A tragic end for a Saker Falcon from the Banat region

Toro was caught and tagged with a satellite transmitter in 2013 in the Banat region (Romania), as was reported in the news at that time.

Susliks at Muránska planina site

In the frame of LIFE09 NAT/HU/000384 project, focused on the conservation of Saker falcon a restitution of Spermophilus citellus was being carried out at two sites – SKCHVU016 Záhorské Pomoravie and SKCHVU017 Muránska planina. The susliks were being fed to improve the general conditions and increase the survival chance of individuals. Feeding is especially important also because the populations were damaged in the past years by heavy rain.

Two European Ground Squirrelcolonies moved from soon to be destroyed habitats

Individuals fromtwo colonies of European Ground Squirrel (also known as Souslik), whose habitats were faced with imminent destruction, have been moved to safer pastures. For five days over the May Day holiday, members of Milvus Group camped out among ground squirrel populations in the Banat region of Western Romania. Here there were two colonies whose habitats are soon to disappear.

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