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The campaign to make our power lines safe for birds

This website exists to highlight the issue of avian electrocution as outlined in a motion accepted at the 2016 World Conservation Congress, to help those responsible for the management, financing and development of electrical infrastructure to understand the problem – and how they can help solve it.

Learn more about avian electrocution
4000saker falcons are killed in Mongolia each year on powerlines
100000migratory birds die in Africa and Asia each year from electrocution
1000$ - cost of single outage due to electrocution
18€ per power pole - cost to reduce electrocution rates

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