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BAYAN, CENTRAL MONGOLIA, MAY 22, 2017: Batbayar Bold from the Mongolian Wildlife Science and Conservation Center records electrocuted Saker falcons along a single 15 KW distribution power line between Bayan and Galmut in western Mongolia. Following a year-long study conducted on this line, it was discovered that more than 300 endangered Saker falcons were killed by electrocution and by other raptors on this line alone.


Brent Stirton

Print Size: 1020x683 mm
Frame Size: 1170x835 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS BS 196 03

 

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BAYAN, CENTRAL MONGOLIA, MAY 22, 2017: Batbayar Bold from the Mongolian Wildlife Science and Conservation Center records electrocuted Saker falcons along a single 15 KW distribution power line between Bayan and Galmut in western Mongolia. Following a year-long study conducted on this line, it was discovered that more than 300 endangered Saker falcons were killed by electrocution and by other raptors on this line alone.


بيان، منغوليا الوسطى، 22 مايو 2017: يسجل باتبايار بولد، عضو في المركز المنغولي لعلوم الحياة البرية والمحافظة عليها، الصقور الحرّة التي تم صعقها بالكهرباء على طول خطّ توزيع كهربائي واحد بقوة 15 كيلو وات بين منطقتي بيان وجالموت في غرب منغوليا. أجريت دراسة على هذا الخط وحده لمدة عام وأشارت إلى أنه قُتل أكثر من 300 صقر حرّ مهدد بالانقراض بسبب الصعق بالكهرباء، بالإضافة إلى العديد من الطيور الجارحة الأخرى.

Photographer:
Brent Stirton


Print Size: 1020x683 mm

Frame Size: 1170x835 mm

Exhibit: POS BS 196 03

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