Another 110 hectares for the Lesser Spotted Eagles in Germany

As europeanraptors.org already reported, NABU (Birdlife Germany) has been given 60 hectares of very good habitat for nature conservation. Now another 110 hectares have been added to this area and NABU now owns 170 hectares of very good habitat for the Lesser Spotted Eagle in the Recknitztal valley in (in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, north-eastern Germany).
The habitat for Lesser Spotted Eagles in Germany in threatened by intensification of agriculture and forestry. When owned by nature conservation NGOs, it is the best protection for critical habitat.
The forest is also valuable habitat for other birds like the European Honey-Buzzard, Middle Spotted Woodpecker, Black Stork, Stock Pigeon and Red-breasted Flycatcher.

More information:
Schreiadlerparadies Lieper Burg – weitere 110 Hektar heute an den NABU übertragen