New interview with Péter Palatitz about the conservation of the Red-footed Falcon in Hungary and other countries

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In this new interview Péter Palatitz talks about the conservation of the endangered Red-footed Falcon in Hungary and neighbouring countries.
This magnificent falcon is endangered in many countries but thanks to conservation work done in Hungary and other countries, the population has reached more than 900 pairs in Hungary.
Péter explains why the species is endangered, what is done for it’s conservation, why Rooks are important for Red-footed Falcons and much more.
The availability of very light satellite transmitters now allows the tracking of Red-footed Falcons during the migration to Africa.

To learn more, see the interview with Péter here:

Interview with Péter Palatitz about the conservation of the Red-footed Falcon in Hungary and other countries