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PostPosted: July 18th, 2010, 9:54 am 
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Request for Help & Current Research Projects
A possibility to introduce your current project and/or ask for help.

    Please use :help: in the headline if you want to ask forum members for help concerning a WTE project.

    Add :sleep: at the end of the posting to show that your request is no more actually.
    If you want to actualize your request again, you can remove this symbol with the “edit button” in your posting.


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PostPosted: July 18th, 2010, 6:03 pm 
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    You are not a forum member as yet. Can you request for help or introduce your current project?

    Yes, of course! Because of the technical defaults you have to register and to log in first. Please join now. It only takes a few minutes and it´s free. When you have logged in, you can post an entry. Edit or delete it whenever you want by using the "edit" button below your posting. Forum members can contact you per pm (forum internal private message). Add your e-mail adress or other contact details if you want that everybody can contact you.

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PostPosted: July 20th, 2010, 8:19 pm 
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    Translations wanted?

    How to ask for translations (e.g. articles from the topic "Full text documents - different languages").

    Use the “help” emoticon at the first place of your entry to show forum members that their help is wanted. Write a short and meaningful headline: which kind of help is wanted? Put the link (not the complete text) in your posting with the copy/paste function. Ask if somebody can do a translation. Forum members can contakt you per pm (forum internal private message).

    Please ensure that the copyright will be respected. If you want to use a (translated) text for any other than privat purposes, you´ll have tho ask the author/publisher for permission.


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PostPosted: October 16th, 2010, 8:32 am 
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    Volunteers wanted?

    How to ask for volunteers or other help for a White-tailed Eagle project.

    Please use the “help” emoticon at the first place to show the international community at a first glance that help is wanted. Write a headline. Describe your project and what kind of help is wanted. You can add links, videoclips or pictures (3 links or videos, maximal 5 pictures). If you want to modify or delete your entry later, use the "edit" button in your posting. Forum members can contakt you per pm (forum internal private message). Add your e-mail adress or other contact details if you want that everybody can contact you. If you need volunteer helpers at the place where you are, don´t forget to mention your town and your country (would be good to add a link to a google map).


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PostPosted: October 16th, 2010, 8:33 am 
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Volunteers wanted as guardians for WTE breeding habitats/2011/Northern Germany

The observation starts in February/March. It´s described as no ordinary holiday - and no romantic idyll. You will be alone most of the time, you may slosh through mud the whole day and you will sleep in an old caravan. No toilet. No supermarket, no fridge. But, after all, it must be an indescribable experience.

If you want to be appointed as volunteer helper in the next breeding saison for one or two weeks (usually one week, from Saturday from Saturday), please send a written message (specifying your favored period of time) to:

Volker Latendorf
Projektgruppe Seeadlerschutz
Revierförsterei Dodau
Kreuzfelder Weg
23701 Eutin
GERMANY

Informations have been taken over from the homepage “Protection of the White-tailed Eagle Project Group from Schleswig-Holstein”.

More informations (allmost all in German), pictures, and the above mentioned experiential report as full text:
(Go to: Schutz u. Bewachung.) :sleep:

http://www.projektgruppeseeadlerschutz.de/


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PostPosted: June 26th, 2011, 10:28 pm 
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:help: Have you seen Scratchy?

The search for Scratchy continues and we’d urge anyone who spots an adult white-tailed eagle with an ‘S’ on a red wing-tag to give us a call. Any suspected sightings of Scratchy should be reported to Dave Sexton on: 01680 300 387 or email david.sexton@rspb.org.uk

Source: http://forargyll.com/2011/05/itchys-not-so-little-secret/


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PostPosted: September 13th, 2012, 11:21 pm 
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White-tailed eagle to be released in wildlife in Estonia, September 2012

"On Friday noon, September 7, a patient white-tailed eagle numbered 10-0034 will be released in Emajõe-Suursoo nature reserve, Tartu county, the Estonian nature fund ELF reports. The members of Estonian Rescue Board found the eagle swimming in the sea, close to Aegna Island, writes LETA."
Source: The Baltic Course, Tallinn, 06.09.2012 http://www.baltic-course.com/eng/baltic_news/?doc=9796

“In 7th of September we released that bird on the edge of big wetland called Emajõe-Suursoo, being one of the most suitable areas for White-tailed Eagles in Estonia. The bird is fitted with GPS transmitter, so we can see the further life of the rescued eagle, also we can help in a bad case. The transmitter was initially obtained within the ESTLAT Eagles cross borders project of Estonian Ornithological Society, but actually it is not eligible anymore for that project. So Eagle Club is searching for support to cover a cost of this particular transmitter. “
(Source: Eagle Club/Kotkaklubi)

Bird map, click on „Nimeta“ http://birdmap.5dvision.ee/index.php?lang=en
TV Report in Estonian, ERR, 7.9.2012 http://uudised.err.ee/index.php?0&popup=video&id=50305
Pictures & article in Estonian (Source: Tanel Saarmann, Eestielu.ee) http://eestielu.delfi.ee/eesti/tallinn/ ... d=64837046

If you would like to support this project: viewtopic.php?f=63&t=509

Edit: The Eagle Club searched for support to cover a cost of this particular transmitter and many kind donors helped. At the moment the transmitter is free to use it again, because a poachers bullet finished the life of Nimeta. See next entry and sign a petition.


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PostPosted: November 9th, 2012, 10:40 pm 
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Petition. Estonia, November 2012

Ministry of the Environment of the Government of Estonia: Find & prosecute the killers who shot & killed the WTSE (eagle), Nimeta

The beautiful White Tailed Sea Eagle, Nimeta, who was treated and released by Dr. Madis Leivits in Estonia at the beginning of October, was found dead. He had been shot down and left to die in an area rented by hunters, and there is where he died.

This is an outrage and this raptor should not have had to suffer and die at the hands of poachers. This bird was on the first part of his migration out of Estonia when he was baited with dead animal carcasses, then killed. These killers must be stopped and prosecuted plus they need to be educated as to what they have done and are doing to the environment of the entire earth.


Source: Looduskalender/Petition by Kathie Davis, Iowa City, IA

:help: Click here to sign this petition :sleep:
http://www.change.org/petitions/ministry-of-the-environment-of-the-government-of-estonia-find-prosecute-the-killers-who-shot-killed-the-wtse-eagle-nimeta


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PostPosted: November 15th, 2012, 7:13 pm 
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Environmental Inspectorate (Keskkonnainspektsioon) seek witnesses :help:

Update Nimeta, 14.11.2012: “Investigation into the shooting of the white-tailed eagle ended inconclusively

The press release from Public Relations Advisor Leili Tuul at the Environmental Inspectorate (Keskkonnainspektsioon) to the Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) news portal yesterday:

`Referring to the X-ray images it can be stated that in all probability the white-tailed eagle died as the result of shooting but specifically how it happened and who may have done it is still not clear.
In the tissues of the dead white-tailed eagle minute metal fragments could be seen but according to experts they cannot be extracted and analysed more precisely. Any bullet or shot has not been found in the carcass. The bird was badly damaged at the time of discovery – the entrails and breast had been eaten by other birds and animals. Following this it is not possible to state what kind of weapon or ammunition was used in the shooting of the eagle.
The Environmental Inspectorate has carried out the investigations that are feasible within the framework of a misdemeanour enquiry process, interrogating local hunters and inhabitants in the area as witnesses but they have not been able to help us further in the clarification of the eagle’s death. We have also made enquiries at mobile communications operators in order to secure information on movements in the area by way of communications but regrettably we have not obtained the hoped-for results.

If anyone has any information that might bring the investigation of this regrettable incident further we ask them to please inform the Environmental Inspectorate (Keskkonnainspektsioon)`, Leili Tuul added.”
https://www.eesti.ee/eng/contacts/inspektsioonid_1/keskkonnainspektsioon

Source: Looduskalender http://www.looduskalender.ee/en/


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PostPosted: November 25th, 2012, 11:30 am 
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:help: Scotland: Meriem Kayoucheche-Reeve of the RSPB asks for help in spotting White tailed Eagles in Highland Perthshire

Eagles have been spotted regularly in Pitlochry and on Loch Tay.
To notify Meriem and the RSPB of a sighting - Tel 01738 630 783 or E-mail eastofscotlandseaeagles@rspb.org.uk or on FaceBook 'RSPB Scotland'

The video has more information on the reintroduction project and the eagles.


Source: RSPB Scotland/video published on Jul 5, 2012 by HiPerthshire


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PostPosted: November 28th, 2012, 6:38 pm 
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:help: Österreich: Achtung, Giftköder melden! Gefährlichste Zeit für Seeadler ist jetzt. Winter

„Flora Hejjas, Biologin beim WWF erklärt: `Seeadler ernähren sich üblicherweise von Wasservögeln und Fischen, aber im Winter nehmen sie auch vermehrt Aas zu sich, und da werden einfach oft Tiere ausgelegt, die mit den Giften bestreut werden. Das häufigste Gift, das verwendet wird, ist das Pestizid Carbofuran. Das ist ein lila Pulver, das früher in der Landwirtschaft eingesetzt wurde und seit 2008 EU-weit verboten ist. Wer Verdächtiges entdeckt, der sollte die extra eingerichtete Gift-Hotline anrufen, und zwar lieber einmal zu oft als zu wenig.`“

Zentrum der illegalen Tötungsaktionen ist das Weinviertel. Seit 2007 wurden hier elf See- und Kaiseradler abgeschossen oder vergiftet. 2012 wurden bereits drei vergiftete Seeadler gefunden; insgesamt gibt es in Österreich derzeit 15 Brutpaare.

„Vorsicht Gift!“-Hotline: 0676 444 66 12

Winter is a dangerous time for White-tailed Eagles in Austria. The White-tailed Eagle feeds mainly on waterfowl and fish, but in the wintertime the birds feed also on carrion, and so they are easy targets for poisoning. The most common poison is the pesticide Carbofuran, which is banned in the EU since 2008. It is a pinkish-purple powder. WWF biologist Flora Hejjas encourages everyone who sees something suspicious to call the Austrian poison hotline. Even if you are not sure - report the incident.
“Poison Beware!”-Hotline (Austria) 0676 444 66 12.

Source (in German): Radio Niederösterreich noe.orf.at
http://noe.orf.at/news/stories/2560863/
http://noe.orf.at/news/stories/2548040

Weitere Informationen/read more

    • Österreich: PDF-Dokument „Leitfaden Giftfälle“ downloadbar von der Website des WWF Österreich (siehe Seitenende)
    http://www.wwf.at/seeadler


    • Deutschland: „Illegale Greifvogelverfolgung. Erkennen, bekämpfen, verhindern. Ein Leitfaden für Naturfreunde und Behörden“. PDF-Download von der NABU-Website möglich (siehe Seitenende)
    http://www.nabu.de/tiereundpflanzen/voe ... 13508.html

    • Austria/Danube-Valley (in English): Anti poisoning campaign “Poison Beware!”. Poisoned baits – where do you find them/what do poisoned baits look like? You can download the PDF file on the Danubeparks website.
    Click on “Converence and Workshop Proceedings”/ scroll down to “DANUBEPARKS White-tailed Eagle Conference (Szekszard, Hungary; 2011 October 18-19)”/click on “White-tailed Eagle protection measures in Austria (C.Pichler)”, page 9 http://www.danubeparks.org/?area=downloads


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PostPosted: July 10th, 2013, 5:34 pm 
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:help: Deutschland, Oldenburg/Holstein: Zeugen gesucht. Juli 2013

Witnesses wanted. Two White-tailed Eagles found dead (probably poisoned) in Farve near Oldenburg/Holstein.

Zwei tote Seeadler gefunden - Vergiftungserscheinungen
Zeugen, die in dem Bereich verdächtige Beobachtungen gemacht haben, werden gebeten, sich bei den Ermittlern des Polizeiumweltschutztrupps unter der Telefonnummer 04521 -801 306 zu melden.


Source: LN Online, 10 July 2013 http://www.ln-online.de/Lokales/Luebeck ... cheinungen


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Scotland: Reporting bird strikes with wind turbines 'made simpler'. October 2013

:help: Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) asked people to provide details such as date, bird species and location.
Contact: Collision.Records@snh.gov.uk

Source: 30 October 2013, BBC New Highlands & Islands http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-h ... s-24734915


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PostPosted: November 26th, 2013, 6:23 pm 
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:help: Please report your White-tailed Eagle Sightings along the Danube river!

Cooperation without borders: Ukraine – Moldova – Bulgaria – Romania – Serbia – Croatia – Hungary - Slovakia – Austria – Germany

"Have you seen a White-tailed Eagle during a walk along or close to the Danube
River? This is valuable information for nature protection – please let us know about
it! At http://www.danubeparks.org you can register and then continuously input your
observations – this will help find the best protection measures in the future!
If you would like to participate in scientific monitoring together with the experts,
follow our announcements on http://www.danubeparks.org and subscribe to our
newsletter. A Danube-wide public winter census of White-tailed Eagle will be
organised in January 2014 – your best chance to get involved!"

"Helfen Sie beim Seeadler-Schutz mit
Haben Sie einen Seeadler bei einem Spaziergang an oder nahe der Donau gesehen?
Das ist eine wichtige Information für den Naturschutz – geben Sie uns Bescheid! Auf
http://www.danubeparks.org können Sie Ihre Beobachtungen eintragen. Damit helfen Sie
uns, auch in Zukunft die passendsten Schutzmaßnahmen zu wählen und diese Tierart
zu erhalten. Falls Sie an einem wissenschaftlichen Monitoring teilnehmen wollen,
registrieren Sie sich auf http://www.danubeparks.org für unseren Newsletter. Achtung! Im
Jänner 2014 findet eine donauweite Winterzählung statt – eine perfekte Gelegenheit,
mitzumachen. Wir sagen jetzt schon herzlichen Dank für Ihren wertvollen Beitrag!"


Register: http://www.danubeparks.org

Sources: Danube Inside (in English), p. 7. Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Authority Romania
http://www.ddbra.ro/media/Danubeparks%2 ... 13_low.pdf
Danube Inside (in German), p. 7, danubeparks.org
http://www.danubeparks.org/files/1333_D ... _final.pdf


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:help: Volunteers needed to protect White-tailed Eagles in Hamburg. Germany 2014

Seeadlerschutz Hamburg sucht Helfer für die kommende Brutsaison

Quelle, Kontaktadresse und weitere Informationen/Source, contact address and information on the White-tailed Eagle in Hamburg:
Website of Gerhard Brodowski http://www.brodowski-fotografie.de/beob ... html#close :sleep:


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Germany/The Alps, February 2015

:help: The Landesbund für Vogelschutz (LBV) is asking for sighting reports of Bearded Vultures. The species is extremely rare in Europa. A young bird was observed last weekend in the German Alps. Source: LVB http://www.lbv.de/unsere-arbeit/vogelsc ... geier.html

„Aufgrund der geringen Anzahl der frei im Alpenraum lebenden Tiere und ihres großen Aktionsraumes sind jegliche Hinweise zum individuellen Tier, seines Verhaltens (wie bspw. das Tragen von Nistmaterial), der exakten Uhrzeit und des Ortes äußerst hilfreich. Junge, freigelassene Tiere tragen häufig individuelle Markierungen und/oder Mauserlücken, welche dabei helfen sie eindeutig zu identifizieren. Sollten Sie eines der Tiere in der Natur beobachten, unterstützen Sie bitte das Bartgeiermonitoring und melden Ihre Sichtung an“

Contact for sightings: beobachtung@gmx.net oder bartgeier@gmx.at.

Learn more about the Bearded Vulture or Lammergeier (Gypaetus barbatus) at ARKive http://www.arkive.org/lammergeier/gypaetus-barbatus/


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UK/Scotland, February 2015

:help: The White-tailed Eagle Project Team is keen to receive sightings of White-tailed Eagles and to encourage observers to send reports to the RSPB who collate sightings on the group’s behalf. Please phone or email sightings to your nearest RSPB office, or to the North Scotland regional office in Inverness.

Contact details can be found here: http://www.rspb.org.uk/contactus/office ... index.aspx
Source: The Galloway Gazette, 5 February 2015


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Stangheck, Germany. February 2015: Information is wanted after a nest was destroyed. Baum gefällt – Unbekannte zerstören Seeadler-Horst

:help: „Wer etwas beobachtet hat und bei der Aufklärung mit sachdienlichen Hinweisen helfen kann, wird gebeten, sich beim Kappelner Polizeirevier unter der Telefonnummer 04642/ 96 55 901 zu melden.“

Source: Schleswiger Nachrichten, 24 February 2015 http://www.shz.de/lokales/schleswiger-n ... 42461.html

Update, 7 March: Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) offers 3.000 Euro reward to help identify the person(s) who cut down the nest tree near Stangheck. Komitee gegen den Vogelmord e.V. setzt 3.000 Euro Belohnung für Hinweise auf den oder die Täter aus.

Source: KN Online, http://www.kn-online.de/Schleswig-Holst ... ohnung-aus
About CABS: http://www.komitee.de/en/about-us


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White-tailed Eagle Ingar found dead in Femanagh, Ireland. February 2015

“Ingar was almost 4 years old and spent most of 2014 on Upper & Lower Lough Erne. He was named Ingar (Norwegian name) and was released in Killarney National Park, Co Kerry, in 2014 as part of the reintroduction programme for the species managed by the Golden Eagle Trust in partnership with the National Parks & Wildlife Service. Given a chance he would have nested on one of the many islands on Lough Erne. Although we dont know the cause of death illegal poisoning has been the greatest mortality factor in Ireland. We urge anyone with any knowledge of the circumstances leading to the death of this bird to contcat the PSNI.”

:help: “If you can help please call the 101 number, quoting reference 6467215. Alternatively information can be passed via the independent Crimestoppers number on 0800 555 111.”

Source: Golden Eagle Trust, 26 February 2016 http://www.goldeneagletrust.org/index.p ... Itemid=294


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