MITIGATING THE THREAT OF ELECTROCUTION IN ALBANIA

MITIGATING THE THREAT OF ELECTROCUTION IN ALBANIA
Despite the large number of actions taken by nature conservationists in Albania, the Egyptian Vulture still faces crucial threats to its population, such as poisoning, loss of habitat, and lastly, electrocution. In order to evaluate the threat of electrocution in the Egyptian vulture territories, the partner organizations have conducted a study to assess the risk from electrocution and collision with power lines in the Drino Valley. For more information on the study, findings, and specific recommendations for reducing the risk power lines pose to birds, we invite you to read the full reports here. © PPNEA
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