BirdLife Estonia

Our mission is to ensure the good status of Estonian birds through research, protection and education.

Photo: Kauro Kuik

Photo: Alvin Tarkmees.

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Photo: Sander Sirelbu.

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Photo: Karl Adami.

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No longer Endangered: the Echo Parakeet’s 100-year recovery plan

In this year’s Red List update, the Echo Parakeet moved from Endangered to Vulnerable – an impressive recovery for a species that once numbered just a dozen birds. But successes like this aren’t built in a day, or even a decade. Find out how Mauritius’ conservationists made it happen.

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Photo: Eero Kiuru.

Latest birds observations from eElurikkus

25. January 2020
Anas platyrhynchos (sinikael-part) 155 Jüri Kõiv Rapla vald, Sulupere küla
Pica pica (harakas) 30 Jüri Kõiv Rapla vald, Sulupere küla
Anas crecca (piilpart) 1 Jüri Kõiv Rapla vald, Sulupere küla
Coloeus monedula () 200 Jüri Kõiv Rapla vald, Sulupere küla
Lanius excubitor (hallõgija) 1 Peep Veedla, Taimi Veedla Rakvere vald, Rägavere küla
Bombycilla garrulus (siidisaba) 150 Monika Bondarenko Tartu linn, Tartu linn
Accipiter gentilis (kanakull) 1 Art Villem Adojaan Tartu, RESTRICTED
Carduelis spinus (siisike) 1 Ingrid Koitmäe, Helen Kallaste Tallinn, Haabersti linnaosa
Alcedo atthis (jäälind) 1 Ingrid Koitmäe, Helen Kallaste Tallinn, RESTRICTED
Buteo buteo (hiireviu) 1 Monika Bondarenko, Urmas Männik, ... Kastre vald, Aardla küla