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Species seen on pylons during raptor road counts 1984-2008


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Location records of sightings of raptor species observed on pylons and pylon cables. Includes date, species, location (latitude and longitude coordinates), number of birds.

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Includes eagles, buzzards, bateleur, kites, goshawks, kestrels, gymnogene, falcons, vultures.

Year: 2008

Type: Shapefile

Origin: Raptor Road Count project

Download: powerline raptors - pylons.zip (1.33 mb)


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