May-June is the period when most birds from Romania are breeding. This is the period when the chicks of different breeding species fledge earlier and can fall into hands of benign people. It is best to leave these birds at the location where they were found, possibly in a place protected from predators (cats, dogs).
In May and June we received more calls than in the previous months. Totally 32 bird lovers from 12 localities asked for our help, in most cases about young birds which left their nest, this way seeming orphans. Most of them were released at the location of their finding. In this period 15 birds arrived to our center: 1 Sparrowhawk, 1 Common Buzzard, 2 Common Ravens, 1 White Stork, 6 Little Owls, 2 Long-Eared Owls, 2 Common Kestrels. Continue reading
Photo: Socrate Adrianopolit
On the 1st of June 2012, coordinated by the Milvus Group, a satellite transmitter was mounted on a Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug), the second one in Romania. The aim of these activities is to gather information about the life of Sakers. By following the movements of these birds, ornithologists can discover all the factors threatening the birds during their flight and identify adequate conservation measures, indispensable to stabilize the species’ breeding population. Continue reading
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Tags: Falco cherrug, kerecsensólyom, life, MME, műholdas jeladó, Saker falcon, satellite transmitter, șoim dunărean, Thea, Transelectrica, transmițător satelitar, védelmi intézkedések
From June 2012 a new journal will appear on our webpage about our activities in our Rehabilitation Centre which will be published every two months. This will contain information about the birds which we receive, special cases, novelties, etc. and we will choose a special case from every month, “the case of the month”, which will be presented in detail. You can find The Rehabilitation Centre on our front page or from here.