Belarus remains the main European territory for the species. With the estimated population of 120-160 pairs it is the biggest, after Russian, in the entire world. Unfortunately ongoing environmental changes and following hybridisation make the future of the species uncertain. That makes the conservation of the species in the country vital issue.
The APB-Birdlife Belarus is among organisations that perform many efforts in order to secure the Belarussian population and this is thanks to their initiative that Greater Spotted Eagle was named Bird of the Year there.
More information can be found on the APB-Birdlife Belarus page (in Belarussian).
Here is the map of 8 Belarussian Greater Spotted Eagles fitted with transmitters.