At present, twenty percent of the European avifauna is in danger highlighting considerably the group of raptors, mainly by their size and type of feeding: vultures, eagles, kites, lammergeiers and owls head the <<Red List>> made by UICN. The main cause of mortality of this species is the poison (toxic spills and poisoned food), as well as the inadequate management of forests, the degradation of the agrarian and the systematic exploitation of natural environments ...
<<TWENTY PERCENT OF EUROPE'S BIRDS ARE THREATENED>>
"Every minute, natural settings and their inhabitants are displaced, contaminated, transformed and / or annihilated by the progress of well-being and the misunderstood progress of contemporary societies. The loss of biodiversity, the disappearance of species reach inscrutable heights. Surviving as a wild animal no longer depends on good genetics and instinctive skills, they must also dodge poisons, power lines, roads, bullets or pellets. Now they also face the loss or fragmentation of their habitats. And if that were not enough, it seems that for our part they remain in the hands of the third sector, that is, the organized social weave"
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