Bulgaria: Yet another newly formed pair of Eastern Imperial Eagles localized as a result of radio-tracking

Tracking raptors with radio or satellite transmitters is not only important for science but also for conservation, for example when learning more about migration routes or mortality of raptors.

In Bulgaria, radio tracking of a female Eastern Imperial Eagles called Gabriela by the team at Green Balkans has now allowed the timely location of the new area occupied by the Gabriela and another eagle.

It is important to find newly established pairs early to make sure they can breed successfully in the following years, for example by improving habitat, providing food or artificial nests.

To learn more about Gabriela and the conservation of work Green Balkans and Eastern Imperial Eagles, click here:

Yet another newly formed pair of Imperial Eagles localized as a result of radio-tracking