Sunday, November 4, 2012

[EmergingEthnoNetwork] Amur Falcon harvest in India

Reenvío por considerarlo de gran interés.

Cordial saludo.

Santiago Zuluaga Castañeda.
Estudiante de Biología.
Universidad de Caldas-Colombia


Dear friend-

In the Northeast Indian state of Nagaland, tens of thousands of Amur falcons are being trapped and slaughtered everyday during their migration from Siberia to South Africa. In October this year, a small group of conservationists were able to document this shocking massacre and initiate specific action steps to try and stop the killing. 

You can read their report and watch a video at this link:

We request you to share this widely. 

If you would like to highlight this story in your publication and require more info or photographs, please contact

Apologies for cross-posting. 




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