Updated Post 5 October 2017 An adult eagle was admitted to SOAR on 9 July 2017 with the same style telemetry unit as were fitted for two rehabilitated eagles released (see below). This eagle from Oklahoma, read her rehab story here, is part of an Oklahoma Study with many of the same researchers as working
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After the recent SOAR newsletter went to press, SOAR received one of those email that you don’t like to ever get… from researcher Trish, “Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I’m almost 100% certain that Delaware 2 is dead. Based on the activity data, she appears to have died on June 25…”
Published in The Condor: Ornithological Applications, July 2014. Abstract: In this issue of The Condor: Ornithological Applications, Haig et al. (2014) summarize negative impacts of lead ammunition and fishing tackle on birds and discuss strategies for mitigating risks to wildlife and human health. Their Review raises an important set of questions for hunters, wildlife managers,
Check out the golden eagle research being conducted near Missoula, Montana by Raptor View Research Institute.
This research was published online with the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences 2012. Abstract: Proposals to end the use of lead hunting ammunition because of the established risks of lead exposure to wildlife and humans are impeded by concerns about the availability, price, and effectiveness of substitutes. The product availability and retail prices of different