New German book about the Lesser Spotted Eagle

9. April 2017

The Deutsche Wildtierstiftung has recently published a new book about land management for the Lesser Spotted Eagle. The species a one of the rarest raptors in German and only occurs in the north-east with around 100 pairs.
Land management plays a crucial rote for its conservation. The Lesser Spotted Eagle cannot live in intensively managed agricultural areas and without forests.

The book can be ordered here. Price is 10.90 Euros.

Buchveröffentlichung „Schreiadler-gerechte Landnutzung“