Conservation of the eastern imperial eagle by decreasing human-caused mortality in the Pannonian Region
The main objective of the project PannonEagle Life is to increase the population of the eastern imperial eagle in the Pannonian Region through significantly decreasing the non-natural mortality caused by persecution incidents.
- Decrease the direct adverse effects of persecution incidents on the Pannonian imperial eagle population
- Increase the chance of detecting illegal activities and imposing precedent judgments in the case of bird persecution incidents.
- Increase stakeholder awareness about the overestimated effect of raptor species on game populations and about alternative eagle-friendly game management methods.
- Increase public awareness about the conservational importance of imperial eagles and about the possible consequences of persecution incidents
Project duration: 2016.10.01-2022.03.31
Total budget: 3 583 577 € (75% EU contribution)
Kiskunsági Nationa Park Directorate, Hungary
Hortobágyi Nationa Park Directorate, Hungary
Vychodoslovenská distribucná a.s (VSD), Slovakia
Raptor Protection of Slovakia, Slovakia
Czech Society for Ornithology (CSO) – Czech Republic
Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic - Czech Republic
Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia – Serbia
Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province - Serbia
Ministry of Agriculture, Hungary
Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management