Eagle culling stalling and politicians are frustrated.

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One year and one month later, still no eagle culling has taken place. We have all waited in frustration for lack of public information on what is really going on, has the culling started?

Recent information reviles that there has been ongoing gathering of documentation that has been a staller for the project, and politicians are getting frustrated as it is simply not going fast enough for them.

The stall is actually thanks to Norway’s Climate and Environmental Minister Vidar Helgesen, he has not granted the final ‘yes’ to put the project into action. They are using time for people to collect data on eagle attacks and population, second half is the cull, which they hope to set into action in 2018.

There is a new hearing on the case on September 4th.

For more details on the golden eagle case, please cheack previous posts on the blog or check at Bird Life Norway.

Info via NRK