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Since 2010, we have released more than seven hundred young falcons. During this time, thanks to these reintroductions, over 400 young falcons have already hatched in nature. Every year, we try to ring the young falcons in all nests we know. We run live broadcasts from several of them, thanks to which we can keep track of what is happening in the slots.

This year, we plan to release another 80 falcons, ring all young birds in their natural nests, and transmit from falcon nests. In March and April this year we've launched three more new online previews.

To achieve this, financial resources are necessary for this.

We do not have € 74,344 for this year yet

It will not be possible without your help. We count on your support that thanks to the funds raised, we will be able to continue our efforts.

We count on every, even the smallest donation


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On Saturday, April 28, 2012 a new video camera was set up on-line, presenting the view of the nest of wild falcons that settled at KGHM Glogow. The birds have used the nest since 2009. Last year, the KGHM Management decided to install video cameras. At present, only one camera, inside the nest box, is operational. But soon we will set up a view at the nest ledge.

The internet address for the camera:


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After many years of waiting, we now know about the first Peregrine Falcon nest in Poland which is placed on a tree. The nest is located in the Forestry District Barlinek, not far from a site where falcons have been released since 2001, due to the appreciation by the District Head, Mr. Janusz Sikorski. In the years 2001 – 2006 the reintroductions were organized by the Research Station PZL in Czempin, with 23 birds involved.  Since 2010, the bird resettlement is carried out by the Association “Falcon”. The last intensive resettlement program conducted by our Association included 17 young falcons in 2010 and 21 birds in 2011. We suspect that at least one individual of this pair, probably the male, was resettled in Barlinek. We are currently trying to identify the birds.

There was a probability that the nest would be occupied by bald eagles. At the first inspection, the nest was found empty.  It was checked again two weeks later and it proved to be occupied by falcons.  Our first tree-based nest of peregrine falcons was found by Piotr Adamiok, a member of the Committee for Protection of Eagles, performing contract work for the Forestry District Barlinek,

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<p> Książka pod redakcją Janusza Sielickiego i Tadeusza Mizery. Peregrine Falcon populations - status and perspectives in the 21st century (Populacje sokoła wędrownego: status i perspektywy w XXI wieku) to największe kompendium wiedzy na temat sokoła wędrownego w Europie. Bazą książki są prace przedstawione podczas II Międzynarodowej Konferencji nt. Sokoła Wędrownego, kt&oacute;ra odbyła się w dniach 19-23 września 2007 r. w Piotrowie k/Poznania. Książka zawiera materiały dotyczące kraj&oacute;w europejskich, takich jak: Armenia, Austria, Białoruś, Bułgaria, Chorwacja, Czechy, Dania, Finlandia, Francja, Hiszpania, Niemcy, Norwegia, Polska, Słowacja, Szwecja, Rosja (z częścią azjatycką), Rumunia, Ukraina, Węgry, Włochy, Wielka Brytania. Dodatkowo prezentuje prace z kraj&oacute;w z innych kontynent&oacute;w: Australii, Argentyny, Stan&oacute;w Zjednoczonych, RPA, Izraela, Indii, Malezji. Książka Peregrine Falcon populations - status and perspectives in the 21st century otrzymała pozytywne recenzje prof. Iana Newtona, prof. Toma Cade&#39;a i prof. Claytona M. White&#39;a.</p>

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