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Baltic Sea News 2020-09-26
For the first time in 140 years, white tailed eagles on Hiddensee

The last evidence is from 1881.
There has been a couple on Hiddensee since last year :2thumbsup:

there are a total of 101 breeding pairs in Mecklenburg Vorpommern this year. In 2019 there were 107 breeding pairs.
there are 90 eaglets this year. :D

The largest population is at the Anklamer Stadtbruch. (It's a breeding ground for countless cormorants)
The food supply is so large there that the nests are close together so that the eagles can literally look each other in the eye. There are 12 couples in a small area.

Anklamer Stadtbruch
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there is now link to the article.. (Ostsee-Zeitung Ribnitz Damgarten)
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TISKOVÁ ZPRÁVA DES OP Plzeň
Záchranná stanice živočichů Plzeň
6. 2. 2021
Další masakr u Velkého Boru /KT/.
Čtyři otrávení orli mořští na jednom místě!
Co to bude příště?
Pocit marnosti, vztek a beznaděj. O tomto víkendu jsme našli další čtyři otrávené mořské orly. Čtyři majestátní králové nebes s rozpětím křídel přes dva metry uhynuli v nervové křeči se zatnutými pařáty, sedící na patách s poloroztaženými křídly a skloněnou hlavou.
Pro nás jeden z nejdrastičtějších úhynů mořských orlů jsme řešili tuto sobotu (6. 2. 2021) kousek od hnojiště uprostřed ohradníkem obehnané pastviny pro skot pod Velkým Borem na Klatovsku........

https://www.facebook.com/desop.plzen/

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Four poisoned sea eagles in one place!
What's next?
Feeling futile, angry and hopeless. This weekend we found four more poisoned sea eagles. The four majestic kings of heaven with a wingspan of over two meters died in a nervous spasm with claws clasped, sitting on their heels with their wings outstretched and their heads bowed.

For us, this Saturday (February 6, 2021), one of the most drastic deaths of sea eagles, we solved a short distance from the manure in the middle of a fenced pasture for cattle under Velký Bor in the Klatovy region.
A place where few lay people come and a place where someone exports animal by-products (residues) from slaughterhouses to a pile of manure. However, this time someone poured poison (Carbofuran) over pockets, skins, feathers, poultry runners and other organic residues.
The birds, which also function as health police in nature and destroy mainly carcasses, then learned to walk here for the remains, and this is exactly what happened to them. Everyone took something from the pile of poisonous remains, and a particularly torturous death twisted them right after the first few bites.

The case was handed over to the Police of the Czech Republic for investigation, which, according to an autopsy and analysis of the content of elected dead predators and secured traps, then decides how the case will be classified and investigated.
Even today, however, I dare say that 99% of these are intentional crime, animal cruelty, illegal handling and use of toxic substances, unauthorized disposal of animal by-products, poaching and the killing of several specially protected and critically endangered animals! Moreover, in this area, unfortunately, this is far from an isolated case; similar cases have a tradition here.
Given the seriousness of the case and the damage caused, we are considering a financial reward for helping to clarify this case. In the meantime, however, we have to wait for the individual analyzes, the further course of the investigation and especially the opinion of the authorities that should deal with the case first by law. However, if someone already has specific knowledge about these cases today, we will be happy if you help us to clarify this massacre of rare predators. Thank you.

GT.. sorry I'm not familiar with czech!
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