EOÜ uudiskiri ilmub umbes 2-3 korda kuus ja edastab teavet lindudega seotud sündmustest, tegevustest ja uudistest. Ühingu liikmed liidetakse automaatselt.
The Raptor Study Group is dedicated to the research and conservation of Estonian raptors and its aim is to maintain the diverse raptor community in Estonia.
There are 25–27 species of raptors and owls breeding in Estonia. Our most important task is the annual monitoring of numbers and breeding of raptors in permanent study plots. We also conduct various inventories and research projects on raptors and contribute in their conservation. The Raptor Study Group cooperates closely with Kotkaklubi (Eagle Club), which promotes the research and conservation of eagles, a part of the raptor community. The Group also participates in the pan-european network programme Research and Monitoring for and with Raptors in Europe, EURAPMON.
Contact person: Ülo Väli