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The global population of the Sooty Falcon is declining. The Office for Conservation of the Environment (OCE), at the Diwan of Royal Court Oman, initiated a research program together with international experts, the goal of which was to learn more about this unique bird of prey and to protect its future. A German-Omani team of nature filmmakers accompanied the OCE scientists at work and thereby experienced the life cycle of the shy falcon at close-up range. This unique and fascinating nature documentary results from the application of a new type of camera technology.
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Adlerwarte Detmold, Dr. Alexandra Laube, Dr. Alyia Al Ansari, Andrew Lawrence, Asad Al Wahaibi, Ashoka Bandara, Dr. Benno Böer, Bernhard Walter, Dimby Harrison, Dirk Grote, Dr. Fareed Krupp, Fikirte Demissie, Gayan Perera, Gilbert Razafimanjato, Gulf Jewels Travels & Tours, Hans Christian Freiherr von Reibnitz, Jaafar Al Toubi, Jamal Al-Sulaimi, Kuriftu Resort & SPA, Dr. Lily Arison Rene de Roland, Mare Addis, Ministry of Environment and Climate Affairs Oman, Mitslal Kifleyesus-Matschie, OCE Administration and Finance Staff, Dr. Oliver Krüger, Oman Air, Peter Blank, Royal Oman Police, Royal Yachts at Royal Court Affairs, Said Al Musharfi, Sailor Said Juma Al Syiabi, Sami Muktha, Sultan Qaboos University, Tanalahorizon, The Peregrine Fund Madagascar Project, Thorsten Negro, UNESCO Office Addis Ababa