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Submission #257

Thu, 2013-05-23
Hungary
Monitoring of the Lesser Spotted Eagle in Hungary
1980
2013
National
Hungary
MME/BirdLife Hungary
Civil (NGO)
30
No
Lesser Spotted Eagle (Aquila pomarina)
Regular breeder
Yes
50-80%
<20%
Yes
No
No
No
  • Special Protection Areas (SPAs)
  • Important Bird Areas (IBAs)
  • Areas protected by national law (national parks, protected landscape areas etc.)
No
No
Yes
1980
2013
Yes
1980
2013
No
Yes
1980
2013
Yes
1980
2013
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Forestry (intensification, deforestation, selective logging)
Agriculture (intensification, abandonment, expansion)
1980
2013
No
No
Yes
1980
2013
No
Yes
Total count
Annually
No
Total count
Annually
No
Yes
Total count
Annually
No
No
Yes
Annually
No
Yes
No
Yes
More than once a year
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
1980
1996
No
No
Yes
1976
2013
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Annually
Yes
National Park Directorates, especially Bükk National Park Directorate
No
Yes
Occasionally
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
6
10
<20%
10,000
Pongrácz, Á., Szegedi, Zs., Kováts, L., Szinai, P., Bank, L. 2010. Lesser Spotted Eagle Population Data. Heliaca 2010: 46. (in Hungarian)

Haraszthy, L. - Szitta, T. 2009. [Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina (C. L. Brehm, 1831). Page 235 in Magyar madárvonulási atlasz [Hungarian bird migration atlas] (T. Csörgõ, Z. Karcza, G. Halmos, G. Magyar, T. Gyurácz, T. Szép, A. Bankovics, S. Schmidt, and E. Schmidt, Eds.). Kossuth Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary (in Hungarian with English summary).

Bagyura, J., and L. Haraszthy. 2004. The status of birds of prey and owls in Hungary. Pages 3-8 in Raptors worldwide (R. D. Chancellor, and B.-U. Meyburg, Eds.). World Working Group on Birds of Prey/MME-BirdLife Hungary, Berlin and Budapest.

Haraszthy, L., J. Bagyura, and T. Szitta. 1996. [On the biology of the Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina in Hungary]. Pages 305-312 in Eagle studies (B.-U. Meyburg, and R. D. Chancellor, Eds.). World Working Group on Birds of Prey, Berlin.