Active pages updated to 26th May
Raptortrack is into its fifth year of satellite tracking specific raptors in the Cairngorms National Park. Three golden eagles are presently being followed.
We fitted satellite tags to four young golden eagles last summer, one in the Cairngorms National Park (a new eaglet (Brodie) from the parents of Calluna and Mackay) Brodie is now active on this page (Brodie) on our other website
No further news on Fearnan the poisoned eagle and no one prosecuted yet.
This website, set up in autumn 2010, tries to tell the life stories of individual raptors living in the Cairngorms National Park and to put this in the context of their conservation. Here you will find details of raptors which have been satellite tracked in the Cairngorms National Park and the aim is to provide regular information from the satellite tracking on their movements and behaviour .
This is a partnership project between the Highland Foundation for Wildlife, the Cairngorms National Park Authority, Scottish Natural Heritage, Natural Research, RSPB and private estates within the National Park . Additional funding in 2010 from Cairngorms Local Biodiversity Action Plan and Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime in Scotland.
The information is presented on the webpage for each species and then each tracked bird is listed under a name. The information on the regular blog for each bird is in reverse date order, after the first introductory post, so that regular visitors can go straight to the latest data. The maps can be enlarged by clicking on the map. The individual birds in the column on the left were tagged by the Highland Foundation for Wildlife, while golden eagles tagged by Natural Research are updated on the link to their website.
SPONSORSHIP We would really appreciate funding for the tracking costs (approx £700 per annum) of the golden eagles Please email email@example.com if you would like to help. Innes and Mackay were sponsored by Innes & Mackay, solicitors Inverness, with new sponsorship for Mackay’s travels, while Agnes is funded by Glenfeshie Estate.