• Eagle from Mongolia rescued and released in Nepal
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  • One more Wild Elephant being monitored in Eastern Nepal
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The Steppe Eagle (Aquila nipalensis) is a long-distance trans-equatorial migrant. Unlike many other eagles, the species migrates in large, loose flocks. Its migration is cyclical and predictable wherein most individuals leave their breeding grounds for wintering grounds between August and October, returning to breeding areas between January and May. Steppe Eagles may make migratory movements of many thousands of kilometers crossing numerous national jurisdictional boundaries.