Spanish Imperial Eagles and other eagles found electrocuted in Morocco and proposition of correction measures

A report about the electrocution of three Spanish Imperial Eagles (Aquila adalberti), seven Bonelli’s Eagles (Aquila fasciata) and one Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) in the Guelmim region, Morocco. The electrocuted eagles found in three days in autumn 2015.

- Additional photographs of the electrocuted eagles found on 22 October and 7 November are available in the link 1 below.

- Photographs of the Bonelli’s Eagles found electrocuted on 5 December are available in the link 2 below. The PDF of the report updated on 17 December to include this new information.