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Three eagles fly back to the wilderness after a year and a half rehabilitation

Published on November 25, 2019
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Three eagles were released after completing a recovery process for a year and a half in the province of Azuay. “Verónica”, “Yacu” and “Nico” are the birds that were in the Quimsacocha reserve, located 35 kilometers south of Cuenca. This is part of the linkage project between the Faculty of Agricultural […]

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