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Resko. Three young peregrine falcons already ringed

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The Resko Forest District (West Pomeranian Voivodeship) reported the ringing of three young peregrine falcons, which were found by one of the members of the West Pomeranian Nature Society. This species is strictly protected in Poland.

While observing owls, one of the members of the West Pomeranian Nature Society discovered a nest of peregrine falcons. There were three chicks in the nest. The Resko Forest District reported that the birds had already been ringed.

The bride and groom received two wedding rings. The first one, green one, is intended for birds living in forest areas and the second one, blue one, is for birds born in the wild.

The ringing was carried out by a member of the “Sokół” Association for Wild Animals.

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Three young peregrine falcons in ReskoResko Forest District

The species is strictly protected

The peregrine falcon is a strictly protected species in Poland. It is a high-risk species, i.e. vulnerable to extinction. Falconers are still carrying out reintroduction, i.e. reintroduction of, among others, in forest areas.

The Sokół Association for Wild Animals has installed several dozen artificial nests for falcons throughout the country and rings all available wild falcons and reintroduced birds. For this purpose, he uses colorful ornithological and observation rings, in accordance with the international system allowing for their subsequent identification.

The birds received two ringsResko Forest District

It is a protected species Resko Forest District

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Main photo source: Resko Forest District



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