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I took this shot of Bonelli's Eagle in Valencia region of Spain.


Bonelli's Eagle (Aquila fasciata) is a bird of prey that can be found in the Valencia region of Spain. It is a medium-sized eagle that is typically around 60-70 cm in length with a wingspan of around 150-170 cm.


Bonelli's Eagle is listed as a "vulnerable" species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and its populations have been declining in many parts of Europe. However, in the Valencia region, efforts have been made to protect and conserve the species, and there have been some positive results.


One of the main threats to Bonelli's Eagles in the region is habitat loss and fragmentation, as human activities such as agriculture and urbanization have encroached on their traditional habitats. Another threat is illegal hunting and persecution, as eagles are sometimes seen as a threat to game species or livestock.


To help protect the Bonelli's Eagle in the Valencia region, conservation efforts have focused on habitat restoration and protection, as well as reducing illegal hunting and persecution. There have also been programs to monitor the population and track the movements of individual birds, as well as efforts to raise public awareness about the importance of conserving the species.


Overall, while the Bonelli's Eagle still faces many challenges in the Valencia region of Spain, there are positive signs that conservation efforts are making a difference and helping to protect this important species.


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Bonelli's Eagle

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