Куда птицы летели на самолёте?

The first story will tell how the chicks of the Altai Saker Falcon, a large falcon species from the Vitasfera nursery, only 20 days old, flew 4000 km from Moscow to Siberia, to the city of Novosibirsk. From there, the birds travelled hundreds of kilometres by car, and eventually ended up in the nests of wild Saker Falcons, which had native chicks. Wild birds will raise adopted children as their own, feed them and teach them to fly. This is how the ornithologists of the Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network are reviving the unique population of the Altai Saker Falcon. Birds of this rare dark brown colouration are so rare that they can no longer survive without human help.

Source: WWF Russia Youtube channel

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