Hellenic Ornithological Society, photo: E.Eissing
March 29, 2006
In the spring 2005, started a project for the eradication of rats from 3 small islets, Kasidis, Lachanou and Polemika near Skantzoura in the National Marine Park of Northern Sporades
December 21, 2005
Though the processing and evaluation of the collected data is still in progress, the first estimations indicate incontestably that Greece is the most important country for the breeding of Eleonora"s Falcon worldwide
December 21, 2005
This year, Eleonora"s Falcon "traveled" to many islands of the Aegean through a series of presentations organized by the HOS between July and September 2005
April 10, 2005
The training seminar was crowned with success and took place at the Cultural Centre of Apeiranthos in Naxos for the 16th-19th of March, 2005, with the kind support of the community of Apeiranthos and the City of Drymalia that once again assisted the work
February 28, 2005
The HOS (Hellenic Ornithological Society) is organizing a seminar for the training of wardens working in protected areas, in the context of the European Project LIFE-Nature for the protection of Falco eleonorae
October 26, 2004
The HOS kiosk in Pothia (capital city of Kalymnos) had a successful season in its first year of operation as part of HOS"s Falco eleonorae project.
September 21, 2004
HOS has once again set sail in the Aegean Sea. Ornithologists and volunteers comb the Aegean to count and monitor the Eleonora"s Falcon population.
September 21, 2004
Six falcons of the species Falco eleonorae were released on Wednesday, 25th August 2004, at the foot of Agios Ilias mountain on the island of Naxos.

Satellite telemetry of Eleonora\’s Falcon migration

Photo gallery of Eleonora's falcon

Conservation Measures for Falco eleonorae in Greece (LIFE 03NAT/GR/000091)
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