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A life wirings 4 toed eagles charged in Ulea (27/02/2014)

That had been lying before death 2 golden eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) in the decade 2000-2010.

Anse informed CECOFOR asks the Autonomous Community acting to correct the black dot.

Members of the Association of Southeast Naturalist located the remains last week 4 toed eagles (Circaetus gallicus), presumably electrocuted under the supports of a power line in Ulea.

The remains found were of a certain age (the short-toed eagle is primarily a summer bird in the Region of Murcia), yet the discovery was reported to the CECOFOR browsed the corresponding crowded.

Furthermore, the fact that lying and said the lives of two copies of golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) in the mid-2000s claimed is given, which can be considered as a true black point of bird mortality.

For this reason, Anse asks the Autonomous Community acting diligently to correct this run urgently following corrective actions of lying that has been applied in the interior and surroundings of Special Protection Areas for Birds and have excellent results in the reduction of mortality.

The Short-toed Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) is a bird of prey of medium size and presence mainly in summer Murcia.

This species nests in trees, but feeds in open spaces where mainly catch snakes (snakes and snakes).

It is a species of Community interest to be included in Annex I of the Birds Directive.

Moreover, it is classified as "special interest" by the Law 7/95.

Source: ANSE

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