Migrating juvenile Eastern Imperial Eagle from Bulgaria reaches Jordan

This year, 10 young Eastern Imperial Eagles have been marked with a satellite transmitter by the
BSPB.
One of the juveniles, a bird named Boril, has already reached Jordan. The large eagle left Bulgaria in September, crossed Turkey and Syria to reach Jordan this month.

The research about the migration and dispersal of young Easten Imperial Eagles is part of a conservation project run by the BSPB in Bulgaria to protect this magnificent species.

A map and pictures of putting the transmitter on young eagles can be found here:
http://www.saveraptors.org/en/gallery.php?type=image&pageNum_Gallery_All=0&totalRows_Gallery_All=24&cat=3&subcat=1&id=75.

More information can be found here:
Juvenile Imperial Eagle marked by BSPB in Bulgaria, reaches Jordan