1 Electrocution of birds of prey a real threat to Saker Falcon Janusz Sielicki IAF Conservation Officer
4 There were planty of symposia, conferences, meeting, resolutions about electrocution around the world. But that needs actions. My first experence with electrocution was like that. My Peregrine had more luck she lost 2 fingers, but survived. Here a Saker of Janos Toth, Hungarian falconer Sometimes you even do not see the electrocuted bird. It is somwhere there at the top. Here a dead Saker in Hungary
11 Some are more visible. This is in Mongolia Sometimes they are on the ground And again And again Sakers are not the only victims. Ravens, Stepe Eagles, and many other species are killed there on the mid-voltage lines Some are eaten by other predators and scavengers. That means the birds we accidentally see are a portion of real problem. Some birds are not killed immediately and fly away to die in distance. So how big is the problem? Somehow we feel that was underestimated.
12 15 kv dangerous lines Line poles Anchor poles
13 line surveys May September March 2012 Monkhkhaan-Uulbayan 15 kv 56 km N poles: 493 line, 35 anchor 111 carcasses Dixon et al Bird Conservation International 23:
14 2012 line monitoring 11 May 25 May 04 June 16 June 01 July 20 July 101 Carcasses
15 The most dangerous are 15 kv lines. Two types of poles which kill birds are made of concrete and steel. In the old time wooden poles were used, which were much safer. How big is the problem. Some ad-hoc researches were conducted by team of Andrew Dixon, financed by Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. 3 days in 3 years and 111 Sakers found dead on a 56 km line. Can we somehow extrapolate this? 6 days of one year and 101 Sakers found dead on a 56 km line. Again these data cannot be extrapolated. These show the problem, but one cannot calculate how big that was.
16 Saker Falcon research and Conservation in Mongolia Batbayar Galtbalt 1, Nyambayar Batbayar 1 Andrew Dixon 2, Lutfor Rahman 2, 1 Wildlife Science & Conservation Center 2 International Wildlife Consultants
17 Electricity Network in Mongolia
18 line monitoring 56 km 15 kv line 12 months How many dead Sakers were found?
20 The study conducted by team under lead of Andrew Dixon and financed by Environment Agency Abu Dhabi had the aim to check the real size of the problem The one line choosed for study and experiment These are 24/7 killing machines The survey was conducted by employed and trained local surveyors from the villages at either end of the 56 km line, and they conducted daily line surveys on motorbikes logging and photographing all electrocution events and collecting the carcasses of Saker Falcons to be stored in large chest freezers that were provided to them. The trial ran for 12-months and the field work was completed in August 2014
21 Have you ever seen over 300 Sakers in one room?
23 line monitoring 439 surveys 01 April 2013 to 14 August Sakers carcassess
24 IAF Statement, 2014 A shocking fate for thousands of endangered falcons Tens of thousands of birds of prey are electrocuted at power lines worldwide every year. The situation is especially bad in Central Asia where an estimated 4000 globally endangered Saker Falcons are killed each year along with thousands of other birds of prey including eagles. The Saker Falcon is the focus of an extensive programme to provide artificial nesting sites, producing over 2500 young falcons last year, but the number of young produced in this conservation project is dwarfed by those are electrocuted when they perch on poorly designed power poles.
25 These are 24/7 killing machines Have you ever seen so many Sakers together? Estimation of at least Sakers killed annually in Mongolia alone
26 Saker Falcons were killed by a 15 kv line at an annual rate of 55 dead birds per 10 km of line* * And that number could still be underestimated
27 How widespread is Saker Falcon electrocution in Mongolia?
28 What is the number of electrocuted Sakers in Mongolia? It is estimated that 20 most dangerous lines kill circa 4100 Saker per annum There is another 50 less dangerous lines, which can kill another 1000 Sakers. There are also lines which kill a small number of birds only, but they also count. The number of electrocuted Saker in Mongolia can be at least birds per year!
29 The most dangerous are the lines in the area of high density of rodents. These are the known most dangerous 15 kv lines in Mongolia. There are some extremely dangerous lines, followed by another ca 50 of secondary importance Estimation of Sakers killed annually in Mongolia alone
30 SAKER ELECTROCUTION IN MONGOLIA Widespread Large numbers Prey abundance Prey distribution Spatial variation Temporal variation Predictive models Prioritization
31 1-year mitigation trial (21 Aug Aug 2014) Line divided into 24 sections of poles Control Phase 1: Mount Phase 1: Insulation Phases 2 & 3: Brush deflector Phases 2 & 3: Mirror deflector Phases 2 & 3: Insulation
38 Each colour part is one experimental part with a certain type of mitigation or without any for comparison Restructuring is one option, but difficult and more expensive There are few possible ways of mitigation. One is isolation with the plastic Another way - Arch pin mount Mirror rotating deflectors Brush deflectors The control part was left in original stage. And continued to kill birds
39 Preliminary results There is a difference in efficiency of different mitigation methods Some of them need a longer test period, to see how long they are effective The results can be used in other countries
40 SAKER GAP Flagship proposal No 4 Install or Retro-fit 1,000,000 New or Existing 'Bird-safe' Electricity Poles (Phase I)
41 Install or Retro-fit 1,000,000 New or Existing 'Bird-safe' Electricity Poles (Phase I) The goal of the proposal is to made safe 1 million existing or new electricity poles for the Saker Falcon in priority breeding and wintering areas as well as along migration flyways in the long term (by 2024). The objectives of Phase I are to a) identify priority areas for action; b) ensure that new and fully reconstructed electric line sections are safe for birds by design in target areas from 2017 onward; and c) ensure that existing killer poles (e.g. switch, strain and transformer poles) are gradually reduced by 20% by 2024.
42 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) 1. Sustainable use of wildlife resources 2. Fair & equitable distribution of benefits 3. Conservation of biodiversity MONGOLIAN PROJECT 1. Managed & monitored population (basis of harvest quota) 2. Regulated & monitored harvest 3. Equitable community benefits (income, employment, education) 4. Conservation benefit (compensate off-take, excess productivity) 5. Sustainable (income from falcon trade)
45 Saker breeding pairs in 2014 ~760 BP
46 Also in Hungary
47 The project to build artificial nests for a new Saker population in Mongolia Increasing number of nests used year by year Circa 3000 chicks produced in artificial nests in 2014 Pylons can have also a good role in Hungary artificial nests are placed there with increasing number of pairs
48 Mongolian Saker Falcon exports Year Saudi Arabia Kuwait Qatar UAE Syria USA Germany Total Total
49 Compare the figures for Mongolia the 14 year export quota: ca 220 per year 1 year productivity of artificial nest project ca 3000 chicks electrocution per annum of minimum 5000 Sakers
50 The 14 year export quota for Mogolia (ca 220 per year) We are lucky that Mongolian Saker population is very strong, but how long can it resists this hecatombe?
51 More problems? The problem of the new type poles arises in many countries They are widely used in China and Central Asia They are exported also to Africa
52 Solutions? IAF is actively seeking sponsors for mitigation of power lines in Mongolia and other countries of Central Asia and Africa We call other partners to join these efforts Funding through sustainable use is a long term solution
53 Solutions? IAF seeks partners to support our resolution to be proposed to IUCN
54 Solutions? IAF will propose resolution to IUCN asking to introduce rule of allowing only bird-safe poles in new construction. Both banks and governments are asked to introduce the necessary rules The role of banks in funding investments is crucial national, global and international, private and state institutions Banks are usually involved in all infrastructure investments \on the globe, even if it financed by governments, etc.
55 Some light in the tunnel We would like to continue experiments on mitigation. Hungarian Falconry Club will donate another type of insulation covers for testing. A few types of mitigation will be tested longer term to estimate the optimal solution
56 Peregrine on rubber insulated pole in Hungary
57 Some light in the tunnel At the Falconry Festival in Abu Dhabi in 2014 there was a round table discussion on Saker electrocution organised by Environment Agency Abu Dhabi, International Wildlife Consultants and IAF IAF discussed the Saker electrocution issue with leaders of falconry clubs of UAE and Qatar
58 Great news from Mongolia In September 2015 engineers working in Adaatsaag district have contacted the EAD project team that they will be switching all upright insulators to suspended insulators. Such a simple conversion will be a cheap and permanent fix for two of the three phases.
59 The safe construction will save thousands of Sakers
60 We do not want to see such pictures
61 5000 such nest erected in Mongolia We prefer to see those pictures
62 Latest news!!!!! The Qatari s have signed a MoU with the Mongolian Ministry of Environment, and under this agreement they will apparent fund the remediation of ca. 20 power lines. The exact number will depend on cost per pole, which in turn depends in mitigation method. If we can switch upright insulators on crossarms to suspended insulators and replace all dangerous insulator mounts on top of the poles with safe mounts, then cost might be relatively cheap and more than 20 lines could be fixed. In litt from Andrew Dixon
63 Solution Saker GAP Objective 2: Ensure that where trapping and other forms of taking Saker Falcons from the wild are legal, they are controlled, and sustainable, thereby encouraging population growth and eventual stabilisation. Sustainable and legal use is a key to success of Saker conservation
64 Next steps Saker population in Mongolia is the healthiest one. The real problem is in other countries of its Asiatic range. Killing even a small number of Sakers in Kazakhstan, Russia or China can have a much higher impact on populations. We MUST prevent the electrocution massacre in all countries of the Saker range.
65 Special thanks to Environmental Agency Abu Dhabi, Andrew Dixon and International Wildlife Consultans, Wildlife Science & Conservation Center (Mongolia) Janos Toth, Hungarian Falconers Club
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