New publication: Solving Man-Induced Large-Scale Conservation Problems: The Spanish Imperial Eagle and Power Lines

A very interesting new publication about electrocution and Spanish Imperial Eagles is now available:

Solving Man-Induced Large-Scale Conservation Problems: The Spanish Imperial Eagle and Power Lines.

The article is completely available on the website and can also be downloaded as a PDF file.

It clearly shows that taking action and isolating dangerous power lines can help to reduce mortality through electrocution. It is crucial for the future of this amazing but very rare eagle species that as many powerlines as possible will be made secure for raptors. Those measures will not only benefit the Spanish Imperial Eagle but also other raptors including the endangered Bonelli’s Eagle which is a very common victim of electrocution.