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More golden eagles in BCS

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Not only is the golden eagle the national bird of Mexico. It is only found in 9 states between Alaska and Mexico. And one of these is Baja California Sur. 

National Golden eagle day fell this weekend on the 13 of February and CONAP proudly announced that numbers have grown in Baja California Sur to 317 nests and 119 mating pairs. Record results when compared to only 117 nests and 80 couples in 2010.

Most of the birds were spotted south of La Paz and north of Los Cabos in the Biosphere Reserve Sierra de la Laguna. The Deputy Director, Victor Anguiano, says “the increased numbers represent a step forward in the conservation of this endangered species, and care of the area is essential so that they can reproduce”.

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