The Civil Guard finds more than a hundred electrocuted birds
This is the first operation of Seprona to prevent the death of birds in power lines
It has been carried out between October 2018 and May this year, and has concluded with a total of 107 complaints after more than 350 inspections
Among the birds found, there are specimens of protected species such as the eagle owl, the golden eagle or the Leonardo vulture
The Civil Guard has found a total of 120 birds electrocuted in the first campaign of the Seprona against the death of birds in power lines. This is a special operation launched between October last year and May this year.
After carrying out more than 350 inspections, the Civil Guard has filed a total of 107 complaints for irregularities related to the protection of birds against collision and electrocution in high voltage power lines. In addition, criminal proceedings are open for five wildlife crimes.