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Record numbers of Cinereous Vulture and Griffon Vulture pairs observed in Bulgaria since conservation efforts began

Exciting news for vultures continues in Bulgaria, with a record number of ...
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Griffon Vulture in Sardinia © LIFE Safe for Vultures

Latest Griffon Vulture census in Sardinia reveals population trends, breeding success, and more

In a promising development for conservation efforts, recent data reveals a notable ...
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Griffon Vulture Prevails Over Near-Fatal Electrocution Accident in Sardinia

Griffon Vulture prevails over near-fatal electrocution in Sardinia

It seemed impossible for Ciuffo to survive a near-fatal incident of electrocution ...
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Why did the Egyptian Vulture pair choose to nest in Sardina? New study provides answers

Once considered a rare visitor to Sardinia with no breeding records, an ...
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Griffon Vulture decline in Kazakhstan

A recently published research paper evidences a “catastrophic decline” in the Griffon ...
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Griffon Vulture in the Balkans: insights from the 2023 Census

Each year, several organisations in Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, and North Macedonia collaborate ...
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2023 in review: our work 4 Vultures

Out with the Old, In with the New! 2023 in review: as ...
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European Vulture Conference 2023 Takeaways: What are the latest updates on vulture conservation and research in Europe and beyond?

The second European Vulture Conference (EVC) held in Cáceres, Spain, from November ...
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Cyprus: 15 Griffon Vultures travelled from Spain to strengthen the Critically Endangered local population

Another 15 Griffon Vultures (Gyps fulvus) from Spain travelled to Cyprus by ...
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Winners of the Vultures in Focus – Photography Contest

Ready to discover the winners of the Vultures in Focus Photography Contest? ...
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Day 1 insights from the European Vulture Conference 2023

The European Vulture Conference 2023 began on a promising note, with the ...
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Griffon Vulture population in the Eastern Alps: growing and expanding to new territories

The Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) population in the Eastern Alps is thriving, with ...
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European Vulture Conference: Unveiling the Full Programme

In just two weeks, the European Vulture Conference in Cáceres, Spain, will ...
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Installing feeding stations in Sardinian farms to boost the Endangered Griffon Vulture population – LIFE Safe for Vultures

In Sardinia, Italy, another two vulture feeding stations were installed on private ...
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Exploring the birds of Extremadura: Field trips at the European Vulture Conference 2023

Extremadura is known as one of Europe’s significant regions for birds, particularly ...
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Griffon Vulture in flight in Cyprus © Raija Howard

Seven Griffon Vultures released in Cyprus to boost the endangered population – LIFE with Vultures

Seven Griffon Vultures (Gyps fulvus) that arrived in Cyprus in March this ...
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Griffon Vulture restocking in Sardinia_LIFE Under Griffon Wings

The unexpected incursion of a juvenile Griffon Vulture in Southeastern Sardinia – LIFE Safe for Vultures

A juvenile Griffon Vulture, born in the wild this year in the ...
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A new life for (four) Griffon Vultures in Croatia – LIFE SUPport

On September 15, four rehabilitated Griffon Vultures were set free on the ...
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International Vulture Awareness Day: Join our Giveaway and take fun Quiz

Take fun vulture quiz and join our giveaway: International Vulture Awareness Day

We are excited to mark the 2023 International Vulture Awareness Day (IVAD) ...
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Griffon Vulture rescue sea Sardinia 2023 August LIFE Safe for Vultures

Sardinia sea rescue: Young Griffon Vulture boosts data-driven conservation

In a heartening development, a young Griffon Vulture from Sardinia was recently ...
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