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19.Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, China

"The Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography (XIEG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), was established on July 7,1998 (…).

Focusing on the strategic objectives of the western development and under the guidance of the strategic thinking of creating innovative base by the CAS, the XIEG implements the strategies of resource development & utilization, ecological security and sustainable development in arid areas to carry out prospective, strategic and basic researches on "Oasis System Evolution and Oasis Ecological Agriculture", "Restoration of Fragile and Damaged Ecosystem and Prevention of Desertification", "Development and Utilization of Resources and Regional Sustainable Development", "Conservation and Utilization of Special Biodiversity", and "Resources and Environmental Monitoring and Decision-making in Arid Areas".

“Eagle Contact”: Professor Ma Ming (Vice-director and Council Member of Scientific Committee of the China Ornithological Society, Beijing, China.)
maming3211@yahoo.com

http://english.egi.cas.cn/au/

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:08 pm

20.Nigula Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Estonia

"The work of Nigula Wildlife Rehabilitation Center began in the year 1993. The first “patient” was a Young Common Buzzard (Buteo buteo), whose mate and nest were destroyed by deforestation work. Next year two Tawny Owls (Strix aluco) were helped in Nigula. In 1997 three White Storks (Ciconia ciconia) wintered in Rehabilitation Center; the same year was treated a shot Mute Swan (Cygnus olor). The number of patients grew with every year (one reason was certainly the spreading information). In the year 2001 there was already 372 patients and at present about 117 different species have been helped in Nigula Wildlife Rehabilitation Center."

Since the beginning of the year 2006 Nigula wildlife rehabilitation centre is a part of Estonian Enviromental Board
http://mltk.nigula.ee/index.php?m=1&n=2&a=12 BROKEN LINK 4-2014

Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences, Estonian University of Life Sciences http://vl.emu.ee/en/

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:09 pm

21.Small Animal Clinic Düppel

Berlin, Germany (White-tailed Eagle Specialists)

http://www.vetmed.fu-berlin.de/en/einri ... index.html

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:11 pm

22.The Raptor Center

University of Minnesota/USA

"Established in 1974, The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine specializes in the medical care, rehabilitation, conservation, and study of eagles, hawks, owls, and falcons. In addition to treating more than 800 birds a year, we provide training in raptor medicine and surgery for veterinarians from around the world, reach more than 250,000 people each year through public education programs and events, and identify emerging issues related to raptor health and populations. The essence of our mission is to strengthen the bond between humans and birds, to improve the quality of life for both, and to contribute to the preservation of the natural world."

http://www.cvm.umn.edu/raptor/home.html

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:14 pm

23.Southeastern Raptor Center

College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, USA

"In the mid-1970s Dr. Jimmy Milton founded the Southeastern Raptor Rebilitation Center when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service brought six injured birds to the College of Veterinary Medicine and asked that the school become a rehabilitation hub for the Southeast. Dean Jimmy Greene, Dr. Greg Boring of Radiology and Dr. Milton arranged for Auburn University to become a regional center and accept injured birds of prey."

http://www.vetmed.auburn.edu/raptor

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:14 pm

24.Wildlife Rescue Center in Kushiro

Japan

Institute for Raptor Biomedicine Japan
Kushiro sugar Wildlife Center
2-2101 Hokuto Kushiro

Hokkaido Japan, Zip 084-0922. E-mail: k_saito@r8.dion.ne.jp

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:22 pm

25.Irish Raptor Research Centre

"The IRISH RAPTOR RESEARCH CENTRE is a scientifically managed sanctuary for Birds of Prey and Owls. (…) Established in 1999 the centre was originally set up for research purposes only, but as a consequence of increasing interest and local awareness, it was decided to open parts of the centre to visitors. (…)As the sanctuary became better known, people from all over started bringing in injured birds and other helpless wildlife. We try to heal all these patients and if possible return them to their natural home. This hospital and rehabilitation sector is now the most time consuming and labour intensive department at the centre. We cooperate with international Zoos breeding endangered species for reintroduction-programmes."

http://www.eaglesflying.com/AboutUs.htm

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:23 pm

26.Center of preservation and wild animals rehabilitation "Utios"

In the Russian Far East, near the Chinese border.

"The "Sikhote - Alin" Territorial Nature Monument covers a vast area of 5,200 hectares in western foothills of the Sikhote - Alin Mountain Range and mid-stream of the Khor-river. It is located in the vicinity of Kutuzovka settlement. (...)

The Wild Animals Rehabilitation Center located within the boundaries of the "Sikhote - Alin" Nature Monument is one of tourists favorable haunts. It was set up in 1996 by Vladimir Kruglov, a successful tiger hunter in the past, who had captured more than 40 tigers for the zoos. Now he gives shelter to sick and wounded wild animals and their young, treating them to health and releasing into the wild. There are many animals now living in the wild which were rescued and treated by the Center staffers.”

http://www.adm.khv.ru/invest2.nsf/pages ... re_map.htm

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:24 pm

27.International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC)

"The International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC) has been helping birds around the world since 1971. Its mission is to mitigate human impact on aquatic birds and other wildlife. This is achieved through rehabilitation, emergency response, education, research, planning and training."

USA

http://www.ibrrc.org/index.html

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Post by maertha » August 27th, 2010, 9:25 pm

28.Milvus Group Rehabilitation Center

Romania

"Yearly more and more injured wild birds are arriving to the Milvus Group as more and more people know that we are a facility, who tries to rehabilitate and release them into the wild. Each year we receive 50-70 birds (mostly birds of prey, owls and storks) with different problems."

"The ”Milvus Group” Bird and Nature Protection Association is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, acting in the fields of education, research and advisory, in order to make Romania a better place for birds, wildlife and people."

http://milvus.ro/romana-the-rehabilitation-center

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Post by maertha » September 26th, 2010, 1:29 pm

29.NABU

Founded in 1899, NABU (NATURE AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION UNION), is one of the oldest and largest environment associations in Germany. The association encompasses more than 450,000 members and sponsors, who commit themselves to the conservation of threatened habitats, flora and fauna, to climate protection and energy policy.

NABU`s main objectives are the preservation of habitats and biodiversity, the promotion of sustainability in agriculture, forest management and water supply and distribution, as well as to enhance the significance of nature conservation in our society.

To find information about NABU White-tailed Eagle projects write "Seeadler" in the search mask (most articles in German).

Germany

http://www.nabu.de/en/nabu/
http://www.nabu.de/en/themen/international/

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Post by maertha » September 26th, 2010, 2:53 pm

30.The British Trust for Ornithology

The British Trust for Ornithology has existed since 1933 as an independent, scientific research trust, investigating the populations, movements and ecology of wild birds in the British Isles. Our speciality is the design and implementation of volunteer wild bird surveys. Our partnership between a large number of volunteers and a small scientific staff has proved to be a powerful, productive and cost-effective way of monitoring wild birds.

http://www.bto.org/aboutBTO/index.htm
http://www.bto.org/

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Post by maertha » November 14th, 2010, 2:54 pm

31.Bird-hospital and Madárpark in Hortobágy, Hungary

"At Hortobágy the Bird Hospital Foundation operates a hospital unique in the country. The institution performs the veterinarian attendance, hospital care and rehabilitation of injured, sick, protected birds arriving from the whole country but mainly from the Hortobágy and Bükk National Parks. From the 200-300 patients annually 35-40% return to nature."

Read more about the hospital: http://web.axelero.hu/pusztadr/e_alapitvany.html
More about the bird hospital and Madárpark (in Hungarian) http://www.madarpark.hu/

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Post by maertha » November 18th, 2010, 9:05 pm

32.Highland Foundation for Wildlife

Scotland, UK

"The Highland Wildlife Foundation is a non-membership charitable trust dedicated to wildlife conservation and research, with a special emphasis on species recovery projects and the restoration of natural ecosystems."

http://www.roydennis.org/


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Post by maertha » November 20th, 2010, 12:09 am

33.WWF

World Wildlife Found
WWF´s ulitmate goal is to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.

http://www.wwf.org/

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Post by maertha » December 15th, 2010, 9:14 pm

34.Czech Society for Ornithology

- FreeWings programme -

„The Free Wings programme, co-ordinated by CSO, is aimed at reducing, as much as possible, all human activities which affect negatively populations of wild birds and which are in conflict with the national or international legislation.“ Read more: http://www.birdlife.cz/index.php?ID=767

Programme leader: Zdeněk Vermouzek,
e-mail: volnakridla@birdlife.cz
HOTLINE for urgent consultation: +420 773 380 285

Information on carbofuran/database: Reported cases of poisoning in the Czech Republic at: Karbofuran.cz
http://www.karbofuran.cz/index.php?m

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Post by maertha » February 11th, 2012, 5:11 pm

35.Nasjonalt Havørnsenter, Norway

Nasjonalt Havørnsenter er etablert med en utstiling og fantastiske bilder av havørn på Meldu i Vesterålen.
Du finner senteret på Neptun, i lokaler hos Norsk Fiskeindustrimuseum. Åpent 9-15 alle hverdager

Nasjonalt Havørnsenter at facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nasjonalt ... 0593039723
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The national fishing industry museum (Norsk Fiskeindustrimuseum):
http://www.nofi.museum.no/modules.php?o ... e&artid=24

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Post by maertha » October 23rd, 2013, 7:41 pm

36.EURAPMON

“Research and Monitoring for and with Raptors in Europe, EURAPMON, is an ESF Research Networking Programme that runs from May 2010 until May 2015.
The aim of EURAPMON is to strengthen the contribution of research and monitoring for and with raptors in Europe to delivery of biodiversity, environmental and human health benefits, including maintenance and recovery of raptor populations and their habitats, and reduced chemicals threats to ecosystem and human health.”

http://www.eurapmon.net/

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Post by maertha » April 19th, 2014, 9:49 pm

37.Finnish White-tailed Sea Eagles in satellite tracking

“The White-tailed sea-eagle working group within WWF Finland decided in early 2009 to start a joint project with the Finnish Museum of Natural History (University of Helsinki). The aim is to collect detailed data of the movements of White-tailed sea-eagles as they move around in our coastal areas through the year from the south-western archipelago and the Åland Islands to the corners of the Gulf of Bothnia and the Gulf of Finland.”

LUOMUS/Finnish Museum of Natural History http://www.luomus.fi/en/finnish-white-t ... e-tracking

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