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Submission #22

Mon, 2013-01-07
Ireland
White-tailed Sea Eagle Population Monitoring
2007
2012
National
Ireland
www.goldeneagle.ie
Golden Eagle Trust
Civil (NGO)
1
No
White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
Occasional breeder
Yes
>80%
>80%
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
  • Special Protection Areas (SPAs)
  • Important Bird Areas (IBAs)
  • Areas protected by national law (national parks, protected landscape areas etc.)
Yes
Also monitored throughout range in unprotected areas (eg., farmland, commercial forestry)
No
No
Yes
2011
2012
No
Yes
2012
2012
Yes
2012
2012
Yes
2011
2012
Yes
2007
2012
Yes
2007
2012
Yes
2007
2012
No
Yes
2007
2012
No
Yes
Hunting and persecution (trapping, poisoning, shooting)
Collision (windfarms, power lines, rail/road kills)
Forestry (intensification, deforestation, selective logging)
2007
2012
Yes
2007
2012
Yes
2007
2012
Yes
2012
2012
No
Yes
Total count
More than once a year
No
Total count
More than once a year
No
Yes
Total count
Annually
No
No
Yes
More than once a year
No
Yes
No
Yes
More than once a year
No
No
No
No
Yes
2012
2012
No
Yes
2007
2011
Yes
2007
2012
No
Yes
2007
2012
Yes
2012
2012
Yes
2007
2012
No
Yes
2007
2012
No
Yes
2007
2012
Yes
2007
2012
No
Yes
2007
2012
No
No
No
No
Yes
DNA sexing
2007
2011
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Annually
Yes
Reports to National Parks & Wildlife Service, Heritage Council (if funded), Directorate of Nature Management (Norway)
Yes
Annually
Yes
More than once a year
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Sea Eagle Project Team (UK)
Yes
Sea Eagle Project Team UK
Richard.Evans@rspb.org.uk
Yes
Irish White-tailed Eagle Steering Group
No
37000
6
<20%
60,000
1. Mee, A. 2010. Determining habitat use in a reintroduced population of White-tailed Sea Eagle in south-west Ireland. Unpubl. report to Heritage Council, Ireland.
2. Mee, A. 2012. Determining habitat use in a reintroduced population of White-tailed Sea Eagle in south-west Ireland. Unpubl. report to Heritage Council, Ireland.
3. Mee, A. In prep. Large scale dispersal in a reintroduced population of White-tailed Sea Eagle in Ireland.