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The Results of Counts of Raptors Died through Electrocution Carried out Twice in the South Part of Ural-Emba Interfluve in Spring and Autumn on 2010, Kazakhstan – Raptors Conservation 21

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Full reference: Saraev F.A., Pestov M.V.The Results of Counts of Raptors Died through Electrocution Carried out Twice in the South Part of Ural-Emba Interfluve in Spring and Autumn on 2010, Kazakhstan – Raptors Conservation 21. P. 106-110.

Abstract

There are short results of counts of raptors died through electrocution on power lines 6–10 kV, carried out twice in the Ural-Emba interfluve in the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2010. A total of 7 Steppe Eagles (Aquila nipalensis), 1 Short-Toed Eagle (Circaetus gallicus) and 4 Long-Legged Buzzards (Buteo rufinus) have been found died along 87 km surveyed fragment of a power line, and 10 of 12 found dead birds were lost during 2010. Damage from the bird deaths on the surveyed site of power lines has estimated as 5,190.6 USD only in the 2010.

Keywords

raptors, birds of prey, electrocution, power lines, Kazakhstan

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