Monitoring activities seek answers to the following questions

  1. What is the dynamic of number of breeding pairs in the populaton?
  2. Where are the most important areas for Sakers? (Breeding, foraging, wintering sites and temporary settlement areas)
  3. What is the breeding performance of pairs in subsequent years? (Nest occupation, breeding, raising chicks, fledging)
  4. Which are the best quality breeding areas? (Fledging success, stability in eyries)
  5. What prey species are and in what proportion in pairs' diet?
  6. What are the main reasons of mortality in various ages? (Egg, chick, juvenile, immature, adult)
  7. What seasonal threats exist that threaten breeding success?
  8. What are the impacts of the conservation measures?
  9. What long-term changes may impact the population?
  10. What are the results of the applied conservation results? 
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