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Egyptian vultures Rupis and Douro reached their wintering grounds 

The migration of Europe’s only migratory vulture, the Egyptian vulture, is nearing ...
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Island hopping and heading east – the latest travels of Bulgaria’s cinereous vultures – updates

Ostrava in the Kotel Mountains (C) Hristo Peshev/FWFF Young cinereous vultures are ...
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The VCF is looking for two consultants to help us improve internal management processes and our human resources systems

The Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF)  is an international NGO working on vulture ...
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Results from the 2018 griffon vulture Alpine census – 1873 birds counted

Over 300 people took part in the ninth annual griffon vulture census ...
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22 year old Griffon vulture visits supplementary feeding station in Portugal

One of our Portuguese partners, Palombar – Association of Nature Conservation and ...
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New research article reveals harmful exposure to lead in four avian scavengers in Switzerland

(C) Hansruedi Weyrich A new research article published in the Archives of ...
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Join us for the 2018 Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting – Cazorla, Spain

This year the Vulture Conservation Foundation’s Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting will take ...
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Bearded vultures on the Move – mission accomplished!

(c) Hansruedi Weyrich Our first ever crowdfunding campaign was a success! With ...
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Latest newsletter of the IUCN Vulture Specialist Group

Latest newsletter of the IUCN Vulture Specialist Group

Bringing together the latest developments in vulture conservation and research from around ...
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Catching up with Spanish bearded vultures Alòs and Amic

Alòs spotted in la Rioja region We last caught up with the ...
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16 threatened birds- including the bearded and cinereous vultures, have much better chances in Europe now

The LIFE EuroSAP project (Life14 pre/uk/000002), coordinated by BirdLife, was an ambitious ...
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First five Bearded Vultures are on the Move

We have started to get Bearded Vultures on the Move thanks to ...
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2017/2018 bearded vulture breeding season in the Alps – a new record in the number of couples but productivity has decreased

Young bearded vulture in flight (C) Keystone The 29 young wild hatched ...
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Understanding and tackling the electrocution and collision threats to vultures – Andalusia seminar

Young Egyptian vulture perrched on an electricity pylon It’s estimated that five times ...
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Two males looking for a new home – 2 bearded vultures on the move who need your help

33 year old BG 080 male bearded vulture was born at Innsbruck ...
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The extraordinary 170km flight of Griffon vulture Kvarner

It’s a flight that makes Croatian Griffon vulture Kvarner a record breaker, ...
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Riga – one of the 3 cinereous vultures reintroduced in Bulgaria a few weeks ago, made it to Western Greece after a flight across the Balkans

We last caught up with Bulgaria’s latest vulture residents, cinereous vultures Riga, ...
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A pair of young bearded vultures in love and looking for a new home in the Ukraine

BG 844 is a three and half year old male bearded vulture, ...
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Population of griffon vultures increases in Sardinia – read all about it in the latest LIFE Under Griffon Wings newsletter

After a successful release of 12 Griffon vultures for the LIFE Under ...
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Dead Griffon vulture emphasises the need for proper site selection of wind farms in Thrace, Greece

The spot that the dead Griffon vulture was found. (C) WWF Greece ...
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