This year the Vulture Conservation Foundation’s Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting will take place in Cazorla, Spain from Friday 9 to Sunday 11 November. Join us as we discuss the latest research and conservation of bearded vultures across Europe. Registration is open until Friday 26 October.
The meeting will start on Friday 9 November between 8am and 9am with the registration. On Friday and Saturday we will have the main talks which cover the different regions and aspects of bearded vulture conservation in Europe.
The Junta de Andalucía will host a dinner for participants on Saturday evening.
On Sunday morning there will be field visits to the Guadalentín bearded vulture specialised captive-breeding centre, demonstrations of the anti-poisoning dog unit and also a visit to the breeding territory of bearded vultures Tono and Blimunda in the Sierra de Cazorla.
You can find all the detailed information about accommodation, conference room and travel information on our Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting webpage.
Please note – in the How to Arrive section you will find details on how to travel to Cazorla. For all those arriving in Madrid there will be a transfer bus available. See the How to Arrive section for more details.
The draft programme is currently online and you can register via our registration page.