This summer, demonstrated once again the need for highways and eco-ducts for wild animals. The two dramatic accidents on A1 a few weeks ago, causing the death of two bears in just a few days, as well as the recent images with a bear walking peacefully on a national road between Covasna and Vrancea, are showing only the tip of the iceberg. This time the animals were the only victims, the material damage was negligible, and the people escaped only with a shock. But the danger persists for all participants in the traffic! We want green infrastructure measures and we act through the TRANSGREEN project.
Tragically but true, the medium voltage pillars in Romania seem to be a major threat for the migrating storks on their way to Africa. This is also the story of a bird equipped with a satellite transmitter from Poland, which lost its life on such a pillar in Cehul Silvaniei, lacking the scientific community of important data on the migratory routes of these birds, with otherwise very few natural predators. Another gloomy picture of the phenomenon is offered by the nine dead storks electrocuted on five dangerous pillars in Bihor County! And this are not singular cases. The Rehabilitation Centre has received in recent week’s dozens of calls regarding storks injured or electrocuted on such pillars in several regions of the country as Iasi, Bârlad, Suceava, Arad, Timiț, Satu Mare, Mureș, Oradea. Continue reading
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