Honey buzzard tracking from Hungary In order to evaluate which factors shape the migration routes followed by adult honey buzzards, MEDRAPTORS is promoting and funding the tagging of new individuals in Hungary. This project was among the scientific goals of our late founder Michele Panuccio, and has been made possible by the generosity of his family. The field work is led by our colleague Eniko Anna Tamas, together with Bela Kalocsa. Seven adults have been tagged, and it will possible to follow them on this page. Honey buzzards breeding in this part of Europe are very interesting because, unlike other populations (e.g., those from Western Europe), they can choose among different routes. Preliminary results show a loop migration pattern that confirms the seasonal variation of field counts carried out in Italy and Spain during autumn and spring. More info is available in this paper Agostini N, Prommer M, Váczi M, Panuccio M 2019. Repeated large scale loop migrations of an adult European Honey Buzzard. Avocetta 43: 13-21. These tracks cannot be reproduced without written permission from MEDRAPTORS staff. We thank for their collaboration Adam Tamas and Csaba Biro (rangers of Kiskunsag National Park), Istvan Beres (ranger of Aggtelek National Park and the Honey Buzzard coordinator of MME-BirdLife Hungary), and Akos Nemeth (chief of the Kolon Lake bird ringing station, Izsak).