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11.11.2015

The Global Status of the Steppe Eagle classified as Endangered

Steppe Eagle. Photo by I. Karyakin BirdLife International is the official organization that provides information to change the status of birds included in IUCN Red List.

In early November 2015 on the site of the BirdLife International was updated information about the Steppe Eagle ( Aquila nipalensis ) . As a result of the global status of the Steppe Eagle was upgraded to the Endangered.

New status of the Steppe Eagle basic on the information obtained as a result of long-term monitoring of the Steppe Eagle by the members of the RRRCN within the project “Improving the coverage and management efficiency of protected areas in the steppe biome of Russia” UNDP/GEF/Russian Ministry of Nature (modern estimates of population numbers of the Steppe Eagle are available here >>>).

More information about the Steppe Eagle, and RRRCN programs for its study and protection please read on our website >>>
Additional information about the Steppe Eagle on website of the BirdLife International >>>

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