Breeding population

Hungarian population was estimated between 700-800 pairs in 2005, showing a steady decline. From 2006 a series of conservation projects targeted the red-footed falcons. The population decline were stopped and a fluctuating, but stable population seems to be exist in the eastern and southern part of the Carpathian Basin.

The breeding population of the Red-footed Falcon (Falco vespertinus) in Hungary1

1 Source: Red-footed Falcon Conservation Workgroup of BirdLife Hungary/MME (2013)

Represented data are from the biotic database of the workgroup partners: BNPD, DDNP, HNPD, KMNPD, KNPD and MME BirdLife Hungary