You can follow the first days of the life of 3 eagle chicks In the Mediterranean forest In Castilla La Mancha via webcam at....
Once again this spring and summer,everyone has the unique and wonderful opportunity to see live webcam images of a family of Spanish Imperial Eagles, the most threatened bird of prey In Europe.
The populations of which are manly located In Spain, the pictures show the ups and downs of the daily fight for survival of the three little eagle chicks as they are brought up by the parents.
The webcam has been installed near a nest In the Cabaneros National Park sited In Central Spain, as part of the conservation programme for the Iberian Imperial Eagle.
"Alzando el vueld" Is based on land stewardship principles that Involve not only the voluntary collaboration of private landowners,but also the participation of local councils,and schools throughout the distribution of the species In central and south western Spain.
There are only 282 breeding pairs In the wold,all of them located In the Iberian Peninsula.
The main risk that the species faces are electrocution In powerlines,poor prey availability,habitat destruction and illegal persecution this can be poisoning and shooting.
Despite these threats, the Spanish Imperial Eagle population has show a slow but continuous Increase during recent years....