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Saving two endangered adult Bonelli's eagles per year could prevent species loss

Dying from electrocution at power lines is the most common death for Bonelli's eagles (Aquila fasciata), a threatened species in Europe. This is the case of a baby bird that died at Montserrat Mountain (Barcelona, Spain) in 2014 in a place with a high density of power lines. Another ringed eagle was electrocuted in Vallès mountains in 2015 at the bottom of an electric tower in Empordà (Girona, Spain).
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