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Baltic ornithological societies meet in Riga

On 26–27 September representatives of BirdLife International partners in Estonia (EOS), Latvia (LOB) and Lithuania (LOD) met in Riga to evaluate common issues in organisations’ work, strengthen cooperation among them and discuss plans for 2014–2020.

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Black Storks will be tracked on their way to Africa

This July eight female Black Storks were equipped with satellite transmitters to follow their travel to wintering areas in Africa and back. The aim of this study is to find out the causes of female mortality after fledging and identify the places where the Black Storks breeding in Latvia might have contracted poisoning with pesticides that have been found in the birds' eggs in recent years.

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