Two more Bonelli’s Eagles discovered electrocuted at Guelmim, Morocco

On the 5 December two additional Bonelli’s Eagles were found electrocuted below the same dangerous power line south-west of Guelmim, Morocco where 3 Spanish Imperial, 1 Golden and 5 Bonelli’s eagles were each found electrocuted on 22 October and 7 November. Read this account HERE.


Electrocution of 3 Spanish Imperial Eagles, 5 Bonelli’s Eagles and 1 Golden Eagle at Guelmim, Morocco.

This is the report about the electrocution of 3 Spanish Imperial Eagles (Aquila adalberti), 5 Bonelli’s Eagles (A. fasciata and 1 Golden Eagle (A. chrysaetos in the Guelmim region, Morocco November 2015. The numbers of the electrocuted birds could be even higher because these eagles were found in a small section of the […]

Long-term study examines Western European Bonelli’s Eagle populations

A 30-year study of Bonelli’s Eagle populations in western Europe has revealed that the birds are most at risk in northern Spain, researchers from the University of Barcelona have shown in a new paper.

The species is a characteristic bird of prey of the Mediterranean area, as well as one of the region’s most […]