"Pehelytoll" ("Downy") and "Kampóscsőr" ("Beaky") – Idyllic family life at the Imperial Eagles’

Conservationists could gladden all the fans of live webcams with a footage about the life of the eagles’ never seen before. Since a few hours, anyone can enjoy watching the life of an Imperial Eagle pair and hope for the fledglings to leave the nest without problems.

„Falco” rescuing fledglings

MME’s special detection dog unit and the rangers of the Bükki National Park carried out a search in May near Tard, where poisoning occurred earlier. Passing under an artificial nest-box placed for Kestrels they noticed that its bottom part came off, and the fledglings disappeared. According to the rangers who checked the nest not too long ago they were still fine.

Tracking „Schenk” – We are able to follow Eagles precisely on time nowadays

Juvenile Eagles were fitted with different kinds of transmitters in the past few years. “Schenk”’s transmitter is the only device that can communicate by radio (UHF) besides the usual GSM system. In contrast to the latter, which can provide data every half an hour, radio transmits signals with frequency up to a minute with height measurements.

HELICON programme awaits those who are interested on the Open Day of the Day of Birds and Trees in the Jókai-garden in May 10th, 2014

The BirdLife Hungary (MME) and the Duna Ipoly National Park welcome the nature lovers on their free event. Among other interesting programmes, raptor conservation and Helicon programme aiming to reduce poisoning against Imperial Eagles will play a central role. Linked to this latter, Falco the poison searching dog will also participate and present its investigation game involving multiple actors to the delight of kids and adults, as well.

Beech Marten was taped robbing a nest

The night before yesterday, a Beech Marten was caught on tape, and broadcasted live on the internet, climbing up a huge Imperial Eagle’s nest at the height of a 20 m, and ate the eggs of the Kestrel pair nesting there. Martens are widespread in Hungary, they are very clever and regularly prey on bird nests, nevertheless, it is hard to observe and as far as we know, this behaviour has never been recorded in their natural environment.

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