Conservation of Falco vespertinus in the Pannonian Region (LIFE05 NAT/H/000122)
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Good news has arrived from nearly all regions from Hungary! Record number of Red-footed Falcons commenced their breeding, with moth clutches being 4 egg strong, only a handful of nests contain 3 or 2 eggs. The Vásárhelyi Plains area set a new standard in breeding density, as more than 120 pairs are currently in the early stages of breeding in a mere 12 000 ha puszta area, a number that doubles that of previous years. (2011/06/24)
Red-footed Falcons arrived to their breeding sites in Serbia and Hungary in the past couple of days. Some of the first birds to arrive already were marked in previous years with colour rings making their identification possible. (2011/05/25)
Although the Hungarian-Romanian Red-footed Falcon LIFE program ended in 2009, the staff carried out the necessary maintenance works in the scope of the After LIFE program. (2011/05/04)
The kick-off meeting of the project aiming to conserve the Roller and the Red-footed Falcon was held on the 11th of February 2011 in the Hotel Royal of Senta, Serbia. (2011/02/15)
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Conservation of Falco vespertinus in the Pannonian Region (LIFE05 NAT/H/000122)  



The Red-footed falcon (Falco vespertinus) population is steadily declining in Hungary and throughout its breeding range, therefore a complex conservation program, funded by the EU’s LIFE Nature financial instrument, was initiated in the coordination of Körös-Maros National Park, on 2006 January 1. The project’s main aim is to increase and maintain the breeding population of the species in Hungary and in western Romania.



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