The first young of the Golden Eagle after more than one hundred years was born in the Czech Republic in the past days. It came into the world in the woods of military training area Libava in the east part of the country. Both parents of the young come from Slovakia where there lives a stable population of the Golden Eagle.
In the Czech Republic the Golden Eagle was totally exterminated in 1926. Its return is therefore very good news for local nature. „Every year we can hear the news about irrecoverable losses of biology variety caused by human from various parts of the world. That is why it is very pleasing to hear the biodiversity again recovers somewhere,“ commented the birth of the first Golden Eagle in the Czech Republic Dalibor Dostal, director of conservation organisation European Wildlife.
Via Gill Mortimer