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It is this time now, when warm sunny days change with wet and stormy ones. First signs of Georgian spring. On sunny days, we love to be embraced by the warms. We see first fruit trees blooming. On a walk in the hills we see the first spring flowers. Cyclamen and Hellebore in the woods,
Increase of the Georgian population of Eastern Imperial Eagle by increased availability and protection of existing and potential nest sites.
Project addressed the illegal killing of raptors in the coastal part of Ajara (South West Georgia), which has recently been described as one of the most important migration bottlenecks in the world. Killing (shooting) of raptors in the region is widespread and forbidden by law. SABUKO and Batumi Raptor Count, has developed an approach based