I took this shot of Golden Eagle in Punor Mauntain in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Golden eagles (Aquila chrysaetos) are found in Bulgaria, including the near mauntains of Sofia. They are also found throughout the country, including in the areas where they prefer to nest and hunt.
The golden eagle is a protected species in Bulgaria, and it is listed in the Red Data Book of Bulgaria as a rare and endangered species. The bird's population has declined in recent years due to habitat loss, persecution, and illegal hunting.
To protect the golden eagle population in Bulgaria, the government has established protected areas, including national parks and nature reserves, where the birds can nest and hunt in safety. In addition, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds has launched various conservation projects to monitor and protect the golden eagle's habitat and prevent illegal hunting.
Photographers can enjoy the beauty of the golden eagle in Bulgaria by visiting the protected areas and taking part in guided tours. These tours offer a unique opportunity to observe the golden eagle in its natural habitat and learn about its behavior and ecology from expert guides.
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