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Red Kite repopulation in the Amiatina area at the XVI Italian Ornithological Conference

The first results regarding Red Kite repopulation in the Amiatina area were presented in a report at the XVI Italian Ornithological Conference held in Cervia (RA) from 22nd to 25th September 2011.

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Red kite rescued and released in the Amiatina area

A red kite rescued in the province of Livorno in October 2010 was released in the Amiatina area on 20th August 2011.

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Release of 25 young red kites

In August 2011, just as in 2010, 25 young red kites were released, 15 in the Amiatina area and 10 in Frasassi Natural Park.

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Documentary on the LIFE Save the Flyers project in production

Filming has begun for the documentary about the LIFE Save the Flyers project which will be released in 2012.

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Five young red kites observed in the Amiatina area

Five young red kites were observed near the Endangered Raptors Centre and at the feeding platforms from the middle of July to the beginning of August 2011. 

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Two pairs of Red Kites nesting in the Amiatina area!

The Red Kite returns to nest in Tuscany forty years after its disappearance thanks to the repopulation programme carried out by the Life Save the Flyers and Biarmicus projects.

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25 young Red Kites relocated to the Amiatina area and Frasassi Park will be released in August 2011

In August 2011 25 young Red Kites will be released in the Amiatina area and Frasassi Park, 15 from Corsica (France) and 10 from the Canton of Fribourg (Switzerland).

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Monitoring visit in the Amiatina area

Project monitor Doctor Alberto Cozzi carried out a monitoring visit of the SAVE THE FLYERS project in the Amiatina area on 18th and 19th May.

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Joele the Red Kite roams central Italy

More than any other individual released so far Joele the Red Kite seems to have a particularly erratic nature.

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Boris the Greater Spotted Eagle returns to the Upper Albegna Valley

The young Greater Spotted Eagle specimen (Aquila clanga) which had wintered near the Endangered Raptors Centre in 2009 - 2010 reappeaered between 8th and 14th april 2011.

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