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Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 00:51   #1
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Awesome numbers of Steppe eagles found in waste dumps in deserts in SA thought to represent a significant proportion of the global population;

https://www.osme.org/2019/11/globall...-saudi-arabia/
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Old Sunday 17th November 2019, 09:02   #2
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Impressive sight indeed.
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Groovy. Can't wait for the first one over Aberdeen.
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Awesome numbers of Steppe eagles found in waste dumps in deserts in SA thought to represent a significant proportion of the global population;

https://www.osme.org/2019/11/globall...-saudi-arabia/
The latest count is 6700, about 10% of the known population of the Endangered species...!
See https://www.osme.org/2019/11/globall...bia-an-update/
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Here's a link to an article from one of my Russian sites showing movements of three tagged birds.

https://steppeeaglesoman.blogspot.com/
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