Peregrine Falcon which flew in from Museum in Helsinki, Finland was murdered in an oil and agricultural producing state in Nigeria.
The Finnish Peregrine Falcon was captured and killed in a town called Ofagbe in the southeast of Ozoro, the headquarters of the Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta.
The tag on the bird read ” Museum 200L Helsinki Finland”
Helsinki is home to about 80 museums we haven’t confirmed yet which of them owns the bird.
The same thing happened on 1 November 2017 in in the province of Médiouna adjacent to Casablanca, the largest city of Morocco an adult male Peregrine Falcon rescued by poachers with a golden metal ring bearing the inscription ‘Museum Zool Helsinki Finland’.
The bird was released the same day by the poachers’ after negotiations led by the Moroccan Association of Falconry and Raptor Conservation (AMFCR).