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No end to the electrocution of Bonelli’s Eagles: this time it happened to 'Álora'

As in previous occasions (sadly too many), we regret to inform you about the loss of another animal we had been monitori...

First egg of a Bonelli’s Eagle in 2016

Our captivity breeding team observed attentively the cameras, but finally the female Bonelli’s Eagle chose to lay her fi...

At your disposition the Virtual Library of the Bonelli’s Eagle

In the Virtual Library of the Bonelli’s Eagle we offer you around 300 documents related to the Bonelli’s Eagle, its cons...

Life Bonelli: Improvement measures of habitat in Navarra

As part of the Life Bonelli Project, several improvement measures of the habitat of Bonelli’s Eagles are planned. During...

Six specimen have been liberated during 2014 in the Comunidad de Madrid, by the “Hacking“method or “Country breeding” within Zepa 56.

Origin of the specimens:

  • 2 specimens born in GREFA’s Centre for captivity breeding: Rómulo and Remo.
  • 3 specimens rescued from problematic nests in Andalusia: Sua, Haza and Játar.
  • 1 specimen born at the Centre in Ardèche (France): Zahara.

The protocol for the liberation by “Hacking” for this species indicates that the adequate age for introducing young Bonelli eagles is between 45-50 days.  Therefore, for the first time in the Life Bonelli project, 6 specimens have been liberated by this method.  We decided to do it gradually so that each specimen was within the rank of the previously mentioned age.

Hacking in the Comunidad de Madrid



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