The National Eagle Repository in Colorado

The PBMS is a good example of how wildlife carcasses can be used to further scientific understanding of the environmental threats posed by pollution.   

However, bird remains are also used for other purposes around the world.

The BBC have published a fascinating article about what happens to the remains of many eagles found dead in the USA. It features the work of the National Eagle Repository in Colorado and the US national eagle programme. The article can be found here

How can you help?

If you find a dead bird of prey telephone us (01524 595830) or Contact us and see the How to send us a dead bird page.


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