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Poisoned Bonelli’s eagle in Cyprus

Today, in Cyprus, took place one of the most unpleasant cases of poisoning: an adult Bonelli’s eagle, an endangered species in Greece and Cyprus, was found poisoned in the Lower… More

Golden eagle shot dead in Crete

The 4th shooting incident of a protected bird of prey on the island of Crete in a few weeks! Just a few weeks after the killing of "Lambros" and before… More

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On their field trips to the study sites of the LIFE Bonelli eastMed Project during the 2020-2021 breeding season, the dedicated Team from the University of Crete – Natural History… More
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The LIFE Bonelli eastMed project “Conservation & Management of the Bonelli's eagle population in east Mediterranean” will address the most critical threats to Bonelli’s eagle populations in Greece and Cyprus. The overall objective is to ensure the long-term favourable conservation status for the species’ interconnected local populations, through the establishment and operation of the East Mediterranean Bonelli’s Eagle Network.

The project is implemented by the Natural Museum of Crete - University of Crete, the Game and Fauna Service (Game Fund) - Cyprus, the Hellenic Ornithological Society/BirdLife Greece, the Ministry of Environment & Energy - Greece, the Department of Forests - Cyprus and the NCC Environmental Studies Ltd with the financial contribution of the LIFE instrument of the EE.

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