Monthly Archives: April 2017

Bandi exploring new frontiers

During the first months of its life (from July to October) Bandi, the first Imperial Eagle from Romania equipped with a satellite transmitter, stayed largely in Hungary  In winter he continued to make short trips to previously unknown areas, but overall he spent most of the time in habitats already well known, such as in the neighbourhood of Gyomaendrőd town in Békés County (Hungary). Continue reading

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In the sun again!

Seven Spur-thighed Tortoise (Testudo graeca), one Hermann’s Tortoise (Testudo hermanni) and a European Pond Turtle (Emys orbicularis) have entered in the last six months in the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre of the Milvus Group Association and Vets4Wild. These turtles will be released into their natural habitats as soon as they recover from hibernation. Although all three species are protected by law, and capturing and possessing them is considered illegal, every year hundreds of turtles are sold especially on the online market. Continue reading

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(Romana) Parcul Natural Cefa, ROSCI0025 Cefa, ROSCI0387 Salonta, ROSPA0097 Pescăria Cefa – Pădurea Rădvani și rezervația naturală 2194 Colonia de Păsări de la Pădurea Rădvani

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Annual Report of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre MILVUS – 2016


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There is no increase in viper numbers in 2017!

In Romania, the reptiles (thus the vipers too) hibernate in winter, so their annual activity period is from spring to autumn. But even during this period, the observations probability differs. Often snakes use common hibernacula, and that’s why in spring they may be crowded around the entry. These are the so called viper-nests people often speak about, and this is where you can observe spousal agglomerations as well. If one sees such a crowd (which is in fact a rarity), a misconception arises that the number of vipers increased!  Continue reading

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A pair at Dumbrăvioara!

For several weeks we paid attention to what happens in the monitored nest. Slowly but surely, the nest is being built thanks to the tireless work of the two storks who have decided to make their “home” right in front of our eyes! These two storks have no colour rings. Continue reading

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Arlie is home!

It took her 49 days to reach Brașov county! The Lesser Spotted Eagle began its long journey on February the 11th, crossing the Equator in early March, the Suez Canal on March the 20th and the Bosporus one week later. As in the past three years, Arlie respected its spring migration itinerary from Namibia to Romania through: Zambia, Congo, Malawi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, South Sudan, Eritrea, Sudan, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Turkey. Arlie managed in two days to travel all over Bulgaria and Southern Romania to reach its nest.

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