Three years ago, two Lesser Spotted Eagle chicks were ringed in the same nest in Harghita County). This is a rare case, because in this species the oldest nestling tends to eliminate the younger chick, this phenomenon is called cainism. In fact, only two similar cases were registered in Romania, among them this case from Vidăcut nest (Harghita county). This month, Baranyi Ildikó managed to photograph a colour ringed bird between Belin and Aita Mare. Consulting our ringing database, we identified the bird as the smaller nestling from the Vidăcut nest, recorded 66 km S-E from the ringing place. A happy case and a valuable result from the perspective of our study and conservation efforts regarding the species.