Spanish Imperial Eagle at 282 pairs in 2010

In 2010, 282 pairs of Spanish Imperial Eagles have been counted, 279 in Spain and 3 in Portugal. This is 16 pairs more than in 2009. 341 young fledged, the highest number ever recorded.

For the next 4 years, more than 6 million Euros will be invested in the modification of power lines to make them safe for the eagles in Andalucía, Castilla-La Mancha, Castilla y León and Extremadura.

This was published on the website for the conservation of the Spanish Imperial Eagle:
El MARM, las CCAA y Portugal analizan los avances conseguidos en la conservación del águila imperial ibérica

More information about the Spanish Imperial Eagle:

Spanish Imperial Eagle species account on europeanraptors.org

Programa de Conservación del Águila Imperial Ibérica – Conservation program for the Spanish Imperial Eagle