Natural England approves trial release of beavers in Devon

Natural England has decided that a licence will be issued to Devon Wildlife Trust permitting the managed release into the wild of beavers on a 5 year trial basis.

Natural England’s Board has today, Wednesday 28 January, confirmed that a licence will be issued to Devon Wildlife Trust, permitting the managed […]

The sad ending of a White-tailed Eagle which fledged from Poland, but then collided with power lines in Romania.

The White-tailed Eagle as a chick (Photo: Eagle Conservation Committee)

Last year in the middle of December Pawel Mirski contacted us from the polish Eagle Conservation Committee (Komitet Ochrony Orlów). He asked us to search for a White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) which had been tagged with a satellite transmitter in Poland, and had, during […]

Amur Falcon campaign update November 2014— Another season draws to a close with no killings reported in Nagaland

Another season draws to a close with no killings? in Nagaland!Updated on 17th Nov 2014

This year, as in 2013, the migration of the Amur Falcons continues in full swing along the Doyang reservoir, Nagaland. There continues to be no killings reported so far! The government, the forest department, local NGOs and, not […]

The silent killer strikes again – at least 5 cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus) and 3 griffon vultures (Gyps fulvus) poisoned in eastern Turkey

On the 16th January Yusuf Yilmaz from Igdir province, in Eastern Turkey, close to the Armenian border, saw a group of vultures lying on the floor not very far away from the garbage dump in Tuzluca. When he approached the birds, he came across a gruesome spectacle – 4 black vultures and 2 griffons […]