ScienceDaily Posted January 24, 2018 Share Posted January 24, 2018 Despite efforts to retrofit power poles and to build new poles to avian-friendly standards, electrocution remains a substantial cause of death for the golden eagle. The global conservation problem results in an estimated 504 eagles electrocuted annually in North America alone. A new article examines the risk factors and mitigation techniques from literature published from 1940-2016 and provides new strategies by region to target high-risk poles that could substantially reduce the mortalities. Read the full article on ScienceDaily Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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