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Eastern Imperial Eagle
This vulnerable eagle species has its Westernmost stronghold of its breeding area in Kiskunsag National Park, Hungary.
Saker Falcon
This endangered falcon has a strong breeding colony in Hungary which is the Westernmost edge of its European distribution. We have several pairs around Kondor Ecolodge, Kiskunsag National Park, Hungary.
Great Bustard
Hungary has the second largest population of this vulnerable species in Europe. About half of them (cca. 700 individuals) live in the Kiskunsag National Park, Hungary
Moustached Warbler
Hungary has the strongest Central European breeding population of this threatened species in the Kiskunsag National Park close to our Kondor Ecolodge.
Red-footed Falcon
The strongest Westernmost population of this beautiful falcon is in Eastern Hungary, Kiskunsag National Park. We offer excellent photo opportunities of this species.
Hungarian Glider
A very localized species which can be found in the Northern hilly region of Hungary, for example in the Bukk Hills..
Endemic Orchid Epipactis Bugacensis Robatsch
This endemic orchid of Kiskunsag National Park Hungary was described just in 1990 by Robatsch. Flowering end of May, first half of June at the doorsteps of Kondor Ecolodge. Strictly protected.
European Roller
By the help of our nestbox project Kiskunsag National Park became a stronghold for this strikingly coloured species. We have perfect photography settings for this species.
European Bee-Eater
Bee-eaters and Rollers are the most abundant and charactersitic species around our lodge. Bee-eaters breed in Kiskunsag National Park not just in sand-walls but even alongside dirtroads.

Our main goal is to protect the habitats surrounding us and help several key species to survive. We continuously monitoring different protected species and participating in local and European environmental projects. Our Czech, Slovakian and Hungarian friends with our help have been carrying out a massive Nestbox Project for Eurasian Rollers, European Hoopoes, Little & Scops Owls and creating nesting possibilities for different raptor species, including Saker Falcon, White-tailed Eagle, Red-footed Falcon and more. During the years more than 400 nestboxes were created, put out, controlled, cleaned and maintained. This resulted a significant growth especially for the Roller population, not just locally, but countrywise.

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