Bonelli’s Eagle in tree nest in Portugal, © Hugh Jansman
I am very happy to announce another interview on europeanraptors.org, this time about the current situation of the Bonelli’s Eagle in Portugal.
The interview gives an overview of the current number of breeding pairs, the food and habitats used in Portugal, the threats the species is facing, conservation projects and more.
Portugal has a large tree nesting population and there is a special conservation project for the tree nesting birds. Read the interview to find out more.
Many thanks to Luis Palma for answering the questions and to Hugh Jansman for the great picture.