Interesting web pages (black storks informations)

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there is the right place for links to web pages with interesting informations about black storks (eg youtbe chanels, blogs, ...)
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by FELAN ČÁPIONIE - thanx :-)

LATVIA Melnais stārķis. Dzīvības lidojums

1/ youtube channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy_2wq ... 6zw/videos
1 to 14 episodes + more videos (2013 - 2015)

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Dr. Māris STRAZDS (leading scientist Institute of Biology University of Latvia - Department of Ornitology)

One of the most experienced bird researchers in Latvia, whose object of interest has been the black stork for 40 years. It is important to add that Māris is also one of the most active conservationists in Latvia, playing an important role in preserving forest diversity. He was responsible for the creation of the largest number of microreservations for birds in his country, he is the author of the idea and the driving force behind many of the most important laws for the protection of forests. He has been a member of the Latvian Ornithological Society (LOB) since its inception. For many years he has been very closely monitoring the chemical load in the landscape due to agricultural activity, both since the deep past (70s = use of DDT) and now (pesticides), he even based his own extensive dissertation work, which is very worrying and gives clear answers as to why in Latvia (probably not only there) the number of black storks is slowly approaching zero over time. He is also the author or co-author of many projects, studies and professional articles and books.

by Marika-Solo
2/ FB page https://www.facebook.com/DzivibasLidojum
3/ web page https://goris.lv/ (very interesting articles written by Dr. M.S. , some of them also in eng)
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Carsten Rohde BLACK STORK & RAPTOR IMPRESSIONS - Blogger

Black stork ringing project 2005-2015 (In German!)
https://blackstorknotes.blogspot.com/20 ... -2005.html

VIDEOS
Black Stork - Israel 2010, © Carsten Rohde https://youtu.be/cYV1_ZUALrw and https://youtu.be/mT-mkzT8YEw
Black Stork - Israel 2012, © Carsten Rohde https://youtu.be/zScpCkXDlRI

Curiosity:
He read Tobias' ring twice! :)
The information below the camera image in Gemenc reads:
"21.12.2009, Israel, Gesher, Carsten Rohde, the number of the metal ring was read without capturing the bird
2009.12.23, Israel, Gesher, Carsten Rohde, the number of the metal ring was read without capturing the bird "
http://gemenczrt.hu/media/feketegolya-feszek/

edit by Marika-Solo:
1/ User Profile: Carsten Rohde - Blogger.com "I am working for a long time and intensively with Black Storks and Raptors (Lesser Spotted Eagle, White-tailed-Eagle, Honey Buzzard, Montagu's Harrier and Hobby). Specifically I work on the Black Stork in Germany and Israel. There are mainly various Protection- and Ringing-Projects."
2/ Carsten Rohde has also documented Estonian black storks in Israel (also the most famous named Raivo) - information and photos can be found on the blog (also documentation of the dangers posed by nets on ponds in Israel and rescuing black storks in particular)
3/Carsten Rohde (ornithologist - BS expert from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany) is also co-author of the book Der Schwarzstorch – Ciconia nigra.
4/ Tóbiás is the most famous Hungarian black storks male from the streamed nest in Gemenc-Keselyűs (stork unfortunately did not return to the nest in the spring 2019 - he was ringed as a chick/pullus in 1999 on the nest in the nearby Bogyiszló area)
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The story of "Zoltán" 2016-2020

(The first Hungarian black stork with beacons, whose entire 12,200 km distance we could trace from the beginning of the autumn migration to the return of spring in 2016-2017) http://gemenczrt.hu/aktualis/gps-jelados-fekete-golyak/

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- Zoltán wasn't the first black stork from Hungary with transmitter
- there is on the page (link above) also the story of Jenő and Bea, the first two Hungarian BS captured and marked with satellite tag and colour ring (scroll down)
- there is also video with eng tittles "Expedition to find Bea and Jenő" (https://youtu.be/nHPhffupeVw) and here is the report (also photos) http://gemenczrt.hu/wp-content/uploads/ ... 160531.pdf
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Black Stork House, Museum - Experience - Game in Báta, Hungary

"The interactive exhibition presents the life of birds, the fauna and flora of the Gemenc forest, with a special focus on the black stork. In addition to the feeding and nesting place, we follow the migration of the black stork, escorting it to Africa, where the 'bird of clouds' is also highly respected."
https://www.feketegolyahaz.hu/

My photos:
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ESTONIAN pages about Black Storks

1. Kotkaklubi( The Eagle Club)- https://www.kotkas.ee
The Eagle Club is in 1999. an NGO has been set up to bring together eagle friends dedicated to the protection, research and introduction of eagles and black storks. The goal of the Eagle Club is that eagles and black storks will continue to illustrate the Estonian landscape in the future as well.
The page is in Estonian- you must use translator!

(Marika-Solo: page in english https://www.kotkas.ee/en/)

2. Kotkaklubi YouTube Channel- https://www.youtube.com/c/Kotkaklubi
Videos and livestreams of Estonia's eagle and black stork nests.

Edit Marika-Solo:
Urmas Sellis is an Estonian ornithologist and nature conservationist, he graduated from the University of Tartu with a degree in biology (project coordinator in Estonian Ornithological Society)
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POLAND
Bociany czarne: Historia wyprawy w nieznane
Black stork: The history of the journey into the unknown

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/ind ... 3b2ba07d01

On July 9, 2016, members of the Eagle Conservation Committee in cooperation with the Department of Ecology and Vertebrate Zoology of the University of Lodz and PGL State Forests, for the first time in the history of ornithological research in Poland, set up loggers gps / gsm for black storks. Thanks to these devices, exploring and observing bird migration routes can be a fascinating activity not only for scientists, but also for many people who like to discover the habits and secrets of birds. All flight routes are displayed on the map on an ongoing basis.

Thank you Maria L for the source ;)
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GERMANY

YouTube channel: nature tv Lothar Lenz https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... Ls6QDHkVKh

Interesting videos of the black storks foraging and hunting strategies captured with trail cameras near Eifel, Germany.
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Madli wrote: 04 May 2022, 10:01
thx Madli,
yes, Mr. Lenz share o the FB nice shots and videos
these black storks are in the area the Eifel National Park https://www.nationalpark-eifel.de/en/

btw. it is better to put this info to the other thread - "Movies and videos about black storks"
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