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A Rebound for Some Wildlife in Europe

Chris Merkord

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Aquila adalberti / Adalbert's Eagle / Águia-imperial-ibérica. © Muchaxo, Flickr
A few years ago, the Iberian imperial eagle, a huge tawny raptor, died out in Portugal. But birds from Spain, where the species’ numbers have increased thanks to conservation efforts, quickly moved west, and there are now 12 breeding pairs in central Portugal.


Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/17/business/energy-environment/17iht-green17.html

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