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Black Vulture Rescued in a Residential Area in Guadalajara
International, 8/13/2015

Agents of the Nature Protection Services in Guadalajara (SEPRONA, by its Spanish acronym) rescued an injured black vulture that could not fly by himself, around the Los Enebros Quer area in Guadalajara.

The vulture was in the vicinity of the complex last week, where he was spotted by a neighbor who immediately alerted the City of Quer.

The mayor and several officials went to the place and alerted the authorities, as reported in the press release.

The Environmental technician Jesús Puebla, who also visited the site, took the first steps to protect the hurt animal.

According to SEPRONAAl agents, after noticing that the animal suffered damage to the elbow and, consequently, could not be a controlled release, they decided to notify the NGO GREFA, with which the City Council of Quer has an agreement collaboration in the Primillar, so they could move the bird to its wildlife hospital in Majadahonda.


Topic(s):    Biodiversity