Back in 2002, when I was only 56 years old, I built an artificial nesting site for the most powerful eagle in the northern Palearctic, the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), on a huge raised bog. Time flew by like a courier train, and the eagles nested in other nests, but I continued to believe and wait, periodically updating this building.
I am not only an “enemy of progressive mankind” (that part of it that, according to “gray” schemes, with the support of the authorities, builds up camp sites and cottages on the shores of Lake Baikal), but also an ornithologist. The main object of my research is the birds of prey of Cisbaikalia, primarily eagles.
On June 10, 2022, the planned banding of the Peregrine Falcon chicks took place at the Ufa office of Uralsib Bank. The ornithologists of the Ufa Birds Atlas project, a veterinarian, curators, as well as invited journalists and photographers took part in the process.