Some results of marking of White-tailed Eagle on the Chornobyl exclusion zone territory. - S.P. Gaschak. - Berkut. 13 (1). 2004. - P. 73-75.
A nest of White-tailed Eagle with one nestling has been found in 4 km south-west to Chornobyl Station in 2003. The nestling (1.5 month old) was marked by individual ring and banded by satellite radio-transmitter. Due to technical support of NASA and USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center (USA) moving of the bird has been tracking over 3 months. Two other breeding areas of the eagle were found in the Chornobyl zone. [Ukrainian].
Key words: Chornobyl zone, White-tailed Eagle, Haliaeetus albicilla, distribution, radio-tracking.
Address: S.P. Gaschak, International Radioecology Laboratory of Chornobyl Center for Nuclear Safety, Radioactive Waste and Radioecology. P.O. box 151, Slavutych, Kyiv region, 07100 Ukraine; e-mail: gaschak@chornobyl.net.