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INDEX January/February/March 2013

    1. World first as sea eagle’s childhood is recorded. UK (Scotland, Isle of Mull), January 2013
    2. Eagle search called off by Warwick Castle. UK, January 2013
    3. A genuine Norwegian White-tailed Eagle has been witnessed flying above Shetland's north isles for more than three weeks. UK/Shetland, January 2013
    4. Stan may have won his right to a wild lifestyle. UK, January 2013
    5. White-tailed Eagle suffers concussion. Finland, January 2013
    6. Visitors from Finland. Sweden, January 2013
    7. Another White-tailed Eagle found poisoned - third known incident in the area. Poland, January 2013
    8. Causes of eagle deaths near the Estonian coastline. January 2013
    9. Eagles versus wind power plants. Sweden, January 2013
    10.Rare White-tailed Eagle spotted between the villages of Dreye and Ahausen. Northern Germany (near Bremen), January 2013
    11.Six White-tailed eagle pairs in the district of Lüneburg. Northern Germany, January 2013
    12.White-tailed Eagle released into the wild. Finland, February 2013
    13.Protected white-tailed sea eagles found dead. Ireland, February 2012
    14.Rescued eagle sent to rehab center. Poland, January 2013
    15.The riddle of the eagle deaths is almost solved. Germany, February 2013
    16.Saaremaal sõi merikotkas mürgise pliihaavli ja suri. Estonia, February 2013
    17.Statoil’s Arctic oil-terminal neighbors unique bird cliffs. Norway, February 2013
    18.Holzdorf wind farm plans put on hold over concerns about White-tailed Eagles. Germany, February 2013
    19.25-aastane Saaremaa merikotkas leiti Lätis. Estonia/Latvia, February 2013
    20.White-tailed Eagle pairs in the Tricity region, Bay of Gdańsk. Poland, February 2013
    21.Young White-tailed Eagle spotted on the island of Texel. Netherlands, February 2013
    22.Rescue operation for injured Eagle. Sweden, February 2013
    23. A rare winter visitor in the West Norfolk area. UK, February 2013
    24.About Eagles and their names. Korea, February 2013
    25.Information on the White-tailed Eagle population in Finland. March 2013
    26.Houghton Hall: Big bird provides a rare treat. UK, March 2013
    27.The lead ammunition debate goes on in Germany. Schleswig-Holstein, March 2013
    28.Austrian eagle winter count sets new record. March 2013
    29.Eagle caused false alarm. Sweden, March 2013
    30.“Flying barn door” scared people in Belgium. March 2013
    31.Unexpected visitor at the Puijo Tower near Kuopio. Finland, March 2013
    32.White-tailed Eagle harassed by military airplane pilot? Finland, March 2013
    33.Mysterious mass fish deaths. Iceland, Winter 2012/2013
    34.Poisoned Eagle? Hungary/Serbia, March 2013
    35.White-tailed Eagle found dead near Dačice. Czech Republic, March 2013
    36.Egg thieves took thousands of eggs from nests. Sweden/Scandinavia, March 2013
    37.Report about Linda and Sulev. Estonia, March 2013
    38.Conflict of interest? White-tailed Eagles in Emden. Germany, March 2013
    39.Lead ammunition: A never-ending story? Germany, March 2013
    40.Japan seeks review of turbines plan. March 2013
    41.Finnish eagles occupy new territories. Winter 2012/2013
    42.Operation Easter will protect eggs and chicks of birds of prey from illegal traders. UK, March 2013
    43.Wind turbines and White-tailed Eagles. Germany, March 2013
    44.White-tailed Eagle found dead near Mikulčice. Czech Republik, March 2013
    45.Sick White-tailed Eagle rescued in Hortobágy. Hungary, March 2013


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INDEX April/May/June 2013

    46.About 1000 White-tailed Eagle breeding pairs in Poland. April 2013
    47.Last of 200 Highland wildfires extinguished. UK/Scotland, April 2013
    48.White-tailed Eagles and other birds killed by wind turbines in Brandenburg, Germany. April 2013
    49.Eagle population increasing in Saxony. Germany, April 2013
    50.The Dirt: Expert says humans pose biggest risk to eagles. April 2013
    51.White-tailed Eagle found in the district Ostprignitz-Ruppin with lead poisoning. Germany, April 2013
    52.Three new Ramsar Sites in Iceland on List of Wetlands. April 2013
    53.Minsmere: White-tailed eagle spotted over Suffolk at RSPB reserve. UK, April 2013
    54.White-tailed Eagle died in agony. Germany, April 2013
    55.Eagles under fire. UK, April 2013
    56.White-tailed Eagle with injured wing. Poland, April 2013
    57.Three White-tailed Eagles poisoned in Balaton Uplands National Park. Hungary, April 2013
    58.DOF received a parcel with a dead White-tailed Eagle. Denmark, April 2013
    59.“Wonky wing” bird returns to Mull. UK, April 2013
    60.Exhausted White-tailed Eagle found in Norway early February 2013
    61.New White-tailed Eagle breeding territory near Kněžpole. Czech Republik, April 2013
    62.White-tailed Eagle found in the snow near the village of Ruś. Poland, April 2013
    63.Good news for Rambo, the White-tailed Eagle. Poland, April 2013
    64.White-tailed Eagle released after treatment at the Görlitz Zoo. Germany, April 2013
    65.Vendolí Wildlife Center welcomes a new resident. Czech Republik, April 2013
    66.India no more a hot spot for migratory birds? April 2013
    67.One eagle survives poisoning. Hungary, April 2013
    68.Search for missing eagle Stanley stepped up. UK, April 2013
    69.White-tailed Eagle killed by powerline. Sweden, April 2013
    70.Two White-tailed Eagle chicks born in de Biesbosch. Netherlands, April 2013
    71.White-tailed Eagle released. Germany, May 2013
    72.Exhausted White-tailed Eagle found near Norrkulla/Umgransele. Sweden, May 2013
    73.White-tailed Eagle killed by wind turbine. Denmark, May 2013
    74.First white-tailed eagle chicks hatch in Ireland for over 100 years. May 2013
    75.Two young White-tailed Eagles ringed in the Morava-Dyje floodplains. Austria, May 2013
    76.Two White-tailed Eagles born in the Lauwersmeer National Park. Netherlands, May 2013
    77.Four young eagles ringed. Czech Republic, May 2013
    78.Two White-tailed Eagles released after treatment at the Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Centre in Dąbrówka near Olsztyn. Poland, May 2013
    79.Local Photographer adopted the White-tailed Eagle Vendulka. Czech Republic, Mai 2013
    80.White-tailed eagle poisoned. Slovakia, May 2013
    81.German Eagle Flourishes as Farm Runoff Boosts Fish Stocks. Germany, May 2013
    82.White-tailed eagle injured in windpower farm. Estonia, May 2013
    83.EU probes flight paths for sputtering Berlin airport. Germany, May 2013
    84.White-tailed Eagle conservation plans in Belgrade. Serbia, June 2013
    85.White-tailed Eagle found unable to fly near windpower plant. Poland (Łodygowie), June 2013
    86.Police inquiry over white-tailed eagle nest claim. UK/Scotland, June 2013
    87.White-tailed Eagle saved from drowning in the Bay of Szczecin. Poland, June 2013
    88.Eagle offspring in Germany´s capital city. June 2013
    89.Danish White-tailed Eagle died from natural causes. June 2013
    90.Eagles and Wind power plants in Finland. June 2013
    91.Schleswig-Holstein Gives Wind Farms Green Light. Germany, June 2013


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INDEX July/August/September 2013

    92.Meet Paudie, the first eagle born in Co Kerry for over 100 years. Ireland, July 2013
    93.Young White-tailed Eagle spotted at Vreschen-Bokel. Germany, July 2013
    94.White tailed Eagles decimate cormorant populations. Germany, July 2013
    95.Two White-tailed Eagles found dead near Oldenburg/Holstein. Germany, July 2013
    96.Sponsor wanted. Germany, July 2013
    97.White-tailed eagle chicks ready to make historic flight. Ireland, July 2013
    98.Trust lodges objection to island wind farm extension. UK/Isle of Lewis
    99.The Great Conservation Success Story of the White-tailed Eagle Work Group/WWF Finland. July 2013
    100.Back from extinction: White-tailed Eagle returns also to Southern Finland. July 2013
    101.Pesticides Found in White-tailed Eagle eggs in Västernorrland. Sweden, July 2013
    102.Charities fear ‘slaughter’ of island’s iconic eagles. UK/Scotland, July 2013
    103.FBI adopts Berlin´s White-tailed Eagle chick. Germany, July 2013
    104.All grown up – Irish-bred eagle chicks fly the nest. July 2013
    105.White-tailed eagles fledge from Lough Derg. Ireland, July 2013
    106.White-tailed Eagles and cormorants. Finland, July 2013
    107.Cause of death: unknown. Germany, July 2013
    108.New White-tailed Eagle territories near Russian border. Finland, July 2013
    109.Blow to eagle project as chick dies. Ireland, July 2013
    110.Reintroduced sea eagle chicks take to Clare skies. Ireland, July 2013
    111.White-tailed Eagle returns to Bavaria. Germany, July 2013
    112.More comeback stories. Netherlands, July 2013
    113.Blades turn black to cut bird risk. Norway, August 2013
    114.Rare visitor near Braunschweig. Germany, August 2013
    115.About 100 White-tailed Eagle breeding pairs in the Czech Republik. August 2013
    116.Journey of discovery. Germany, August 2013
    117.Exhausted White-tailed Eagle finds sanctuary. Finland, August 2013
    118.Berlin's only young White-tailed eagle has finally got a name. Germany, August 2013
    119.Reintroduced white-tailed eagle pair raise chick. UK/Scotland, August 2013
    120.My Week: Dave Sexton has to choose between eagles and emails. UK, August 2013
    121.White-tailed sea eagle chick is a 'milestone'. UK/Scotland, August 2013
    122.Sea eagles breed on east coast of Scotland for first time in almost 200 years. UK/Scotland, August 2013
    123.Young White-tailed Eagle found dead near Hijken. Netherlands, August 2013
    124.White-tailed Eagle found dead on a field near Kommerzijl. Netherlands, August 2013
    125.Injured White-tailed Eagle put down. Finland, August 2013
    126.Young White-tailed Eagle found dead near highway 70 between Kansdal und Hammaren. Norway, August 2013
    127.Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Till Backhaus has announced that lead ammunition will be banned in state-owned areas from the beginning of the hunting season 2014/2015. Germany, August 2013
    128.White-tailed Eagle's broken beak fixed. Finland, September 2013
    129.Eagles return to the Wesermarsch. Germany, September 2013
    130.Saved from the brink of extinction:
    Beavers, bison and eagles among the species that have made a remarkable comeback in the last 50 years. Europe, September 2013


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INDEX October/November/December 2013

    131.Young White-tailed Eagle probably was poisoned. Netherlands, October 2013
    132.Fate of poisoned Eagle remains uncertain. Netherlands, October 2013
    133.New poisoning treatment: White-tailed Eagle on snowshoes. Netherlands, October 2013
    134.“King of the Biesbosch” will be released on Thursday. Netherlands, October 2013
    135.Winter feeding of eagles. Finland, October 2013
    136.About White-tailed Eagles and other birds in Finland. October 2013
    137.Young White-tailed Eagle visits the Münsterland/Lower Rhin region near Rhede. Germany, October 2013
    138.Return to the Biesbosch: Recovered White-taied Eagle released. Netherlands, October 2013
    139.Gnitz Peninsula/Usedom: Locals unenthusiastic about White-tailed Eagle Center. Germany, October 2013
    140.District of Lüneburg cancels plans to build wind farms. Germany, October 2013
    141.White-tailed Eagles in the district of Cuxhaven. Germany, October 2012
    142.Another White-tailed Eagle sent to Ranua Wildlife Park. Finland, Ocober 2013
    143.Scottish Natural Heritage say windfarm extension can be accommodated if turbines are reduced. UK/Scotland, October 2013
    144.White-tailed Eagle in Amerongen? Netherlands, November 2013
    145.Forestry and White-tailed Eagles in Estonia. November 2013
    146.White-tailed Eagle Population in Lower Saxony, Germany 2013
    147.White-tailed Eagle winter monitoring in the Donau-Auen National Park begins
    148.Eagle management and protection in Estonia. November 2013
    149.Cause of death determined in eagle found in August in the Netherlands. November 2013
    150.To fly or not to fly? Eagles and wind farms in northern Germany. November 2013
    151.White-tailed Eagles in the district of Gifhorn. Germany, November 2013
    152.White-tailed Eagle-Symposium. WtE protection in Austria and along the Danube river
    153.White-tailed Eagle recovers. Finland, November 2013
    154.News from the White-tailed Eagles Tyrsky and Tyyni. Finland, November 2013
    155.Collision risk for White-tailed Eagles and other birds – Kvarsebo wind farm plans rejected. Sweden, November 2013
    156.Forest operations and White-tailed Eagles on Sõrve Peninsula. Estonia, November 2013
    157.Sucess for cranes and eagles in Northern Germany. December 2013
    158.White-tailed Eagles blamed for sheep deaths. UK/Scottland, December 2013
    159.German power company withdraws application for eight wind turbines in Sweden. December 2013
    160.Wind turbine companies and eagle habitats in Finland. December 2013
    161.Winter guest: Young White-tailed Eagle in the Lower Rhine region near Orsoy. Germany, December 2013
    162.First White-tailed Eagle spotted at Dunhuang Yangguan National Nature Reserve. China, December 2013


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1.World first as sea eagle’s childhood is recorded. UK (Scotland, Isle of Mull), January 2013

A sea eagle has flown into the record books as the first in the world to have his entire childhood history recorded – from birth to meeting his mate.

RSPB Scotland Mull officer, Dave Sexton, who has followed Mara since he fledged in 2008, said:
“He is a world first. His whole life, from being a chick in the nest to being an adult with a mate and a nest of his own four years later has been mapped and followed via space-age technology, using a satellite tag."


Source: Scotsman.com, by Moira Kerr. Published on Tuesday 1 January 2013
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2.Eagle search called off by Warwick Castle. UK, January 2013

Stanley escaped from Warwick Castle in early September 2012. Attempts to recapture the White-tailed Eagle which went missing from Warwick Castle have ended.

Source: BBC 5 January 2013
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3.A genuine Norwegian White-tailed Eagle has been witnessed flying above Shetland's north isles for more than three weeks. UK/Shetland, January 2013

No wing tags could be seen, so the observer assumed it might be a genuine vagrant from northern Europe and not one of the White-tailed-Eagles from the Scottish reintroduction programmes.
It was possible to take a picture from the immature bird, and the colour ring combination was identified. Björn Helander, coordinator of the WtE ringing project for northern Europe, confirmed it was a Norwegian bird of authentic origin.

The last of the native Shetland population was shot in the north mainland in 1917. It was also the last individual from the whole of Scotland.

Source: Shetland News, 6 January 2013. By Brydon Thomason, Shetland Nature
Shetland News: http://www.shetnews.co.uk/news/6128-an- ... -the-isles
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4.Stan may have won his right to a wild lifestyle. UK, January 2013

Wildlife expert Richard James has predicted that Stan the missing eagle from Warwick Castle should be able to survive in 2013 provided he keeps clear of overhead power lines and has a ready supply of roadkill.

Source: Warwick Courier, Barbara Goulden. 11 January 2013
http://www.warwickcourier.co.uk/news/lo ... -1-4669364
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5.White-tailed Eagle suffers concussion. Finland, January 2013

The female bird was born in 2007 and ringed in the same year in Vaasa, Finland. In this region live currently about 80 breeding pairs.

Merikotka teki välilaskun sairastuvalle
Source: ILKKA.fi, by Suvi Pärnänen 16.01.2013
http://www.ilkka.fi/arki-ja-el%C3%A4m%C ... -1.1320394
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6.Visitors from Finland. Sweden, January 2013

A group of White-tailed Eagles has been spotted at the fish farm in Köpmansholmen near Örnsköldsvik, Sweden. According to Anders Lindström from the local authority, the young and adult birds are probably visitors from Finland.

Örnsköldsvik gör rätt för namnet. Sju havsörnar har setts vid fiskodlingen i Köpmanholmen. En vacker, men inte ovanlig syn som vår fotograf Leif Wikberg fångat på bild.
Source: Allehanda.se, 15 January 2013, Photographer: Leif Wikberg
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7.Another White-tailed Eagle found poisoned - third known incident in the area. Poland, January 2013

The bird was unable to fly when it was found on December 28. It was brought to the Rehabilitation Centre of Protected Animals in Przemysl. http://orzw.pl/en/our-actions/103-pogotowie-dla-saren
The cause of the poisoning is still unknown. The Police of Rzeszów and the local environmental protection agency have been informed.

Source: Polskie Radio Rzeszów, 3 January 2013
http://www.radio.rzeszow.pl/powiat-luba ... -uratowany


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8.Causes of eagle deaths near the Estonian coastline. January 2013

Kes tapab Padisel merikotkaid? Source: Maaleht.ee, 17 January 2013
http://www.maaleht.ee/news/uudised/eest ... d=65538948


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9.Eagles versus wind power plants. Sweden, January 2013

Örnar stoppar miljardsatsning
Source: helagotland.se, 2013-01-28 http://www.helagotland.se/nyheter/artik ... id=8284876

Konflikten mellan örnarna och vindkraften trappas upp på Gotland
Source: sverigesradio.se, 28. January 2013 http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.as ... el=5424240


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10.Rare White-tailed Eagle spotted between the villages of Dreye and Ahausen. Northern Germany (near Bremen), January 2013

Forest Manager Josef Teupe saw an eagle in this area for the first time in 2010. Now he managed to take a picture.

Forstwirt Josef Teupe: “Seltener Seeadler jagt zwichen Ahausen und Dreye”
Source: Kreiszeitung.de, 29.01.2013. By Sigi Schritt http://www.kreiszeitung.de/nachrichten/ ... 22409.html


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11.Six White-tailed eagle pairs live currently in the district of Lüneburg. Northern Germany, January 2013

According to Joachim Schwarz, member of the eagle protection working group AAN (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Adlerschutz Niedersachsen), the White-tailed Eagle population in Lower Saxony has been growing continuously during the last years.

Seeadler im Sucher: Hobbyfotograf gelingt Seeadler-Schnappschuss bei Hohnstorf an der Elbe
Source: Landeszeitung für die Lüneburger Heide, 29.01.2013 http://www.landeszeitung.de/lokales/lan ... im-sucher/

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12.White-tailed Eagle released into the wild. Finland, February 2013

Source: yle.fi, 1.2.2013 http://yle.fi/uutiset/katso_video_merik ... en/6477264


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13.Protected white-tailed sea eagles found dead. Ireland, February 2012

"100 birds have been released in Killarney National Park between 2007 and 2011. (...) Twenty-six eagles have been recovered dead since the reintroduction programme was initiated, with 12 of those confirmed poisoned.”

Source: RTE News/05 February 2013 http://www.rte.ie/news/2013/0205/366313-eagles-poison/
Independent.ie/06 February 2013, Majella O´Sullivan http://www.independent.ie/national-news ... 77921.html
westcorktimes.com, February 6 http://westcorktimes.com/home/?p=15452

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14.Rescued eagle sent to rehab center. Poland, January 2013

The bird was found, unable to fly, by a forest ranger.

Source: Ostróda.wm.pl, by Paulina Partyka-Drzazga, 24.01.2013. Ranny bielik trafił na rehabilitację http://ostroda.wm.pl/139771,Ranny-bieli ... z2KDvAQ8ze


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15.The riddle of the eagle deaths is almost solved. Germany, February 2013

In the UNESCO biosphere reserve Upper Lausitz Heath and Pond Landscape several White-tailed Eagles were found dead during the last years.
According to Dirk Weis, expert on the protection of endangered species, 11 of 21 Eagles died of lead poisoning. Two birds were poisoned by a pesticide.

Lead poisoning is still one of the most important causes of death in White-tailed Eagles in Germany (25 per cent). The birds are being poisoned by eating lead fragments in shot birds, carcasses or gut piles. Meanwhile lead shot was banned for waterfowl hunting in Saxony with intend to protect the eagles, because in this region about 50 per cent of these birds died of lead poisoning.

Source: Sächsische Zeitung, 06.02.2013, Sorge um den Seeadler in Sachsen http://www.sz-online.de/sachsen/sorge-u ... 02565.html

Read more:
Upper Lausitz Heath and Pond Landscape http://unesco.de/oberlausitz.html?&L=1
Bleivergiftungen bei Seeadlern: Ursachen und Lösungsansätze http://www.seeadlerforschung.de/
Lead poisoning in White-tailed Sea Eagles: Causes and approaches to solutions in Germany; article by Oliver Krone, Norbert Kenntner, Anna Trinogga, Mirjam Nadjafzadeh, Friederike Scholz, Justine Sulawa, Katrin Totschek, Petra Schluck-Wersig and Roland Zieschank (PDF available via Google search)


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