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link card - draft programme of the Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2021

Announcing the draft programme of the Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2021 and the Final LIFE GypConnect Seminar

We are thrilled to announce the draft programme of the Annual Bearded …

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Educational initiatives among key local communities on vultures and poisoning in the Republic of North Macedonia

This summer, within the BalkanDetox LIFE project, our North Macedonian partners from …

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Reintroduced Bearded Vulture Eglazine leaves the Netherlands after six months being away from ‘home

In spring this year, the juvenile Bearded Vulture Eglazine reintroduced in the …

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Egyptian Vulture Diego

After wintering in Sicily every year, the Egyptian Vulture Diego migrated to Africa for the first time

Do you remember the incredible Diego that keeps on surprising us with …

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Griffon Vultures in the Alps: the results from the 2021 annual summer census are here

For the twelfth year in a row, the Annual Griffon Vulture Summer …

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Extensive wildlife crime investigation in Andalusia reveals what caused the mysterious death of three Bearded Vultures

In spring this year, our Bearded Vulture reintroduction project suffered a significant loss – …

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Stakeholder Meeting in Croatia BalkanDetox LIFE_BIOM

First wildlife poisoning stakeholder meeting in Croatia generates key insights from the perspective of target groups

Wildlife poisoning is a common and significant problem in the central Dalmatian …

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INFOGRAPHIC: Vultures and Sanitary Regulations in the European Union

In the wake of the mad-cow disease crisis in the early 2000s, …

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Cinereous Vulture fledges in Bulgaria

Reintroduction success: first Cinereous Vulture fledges in Bulgaria

Twenty-eight years after the last nesting, the Cinereous Vulture is breeding again …

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Understanding the perception of wildlife poisoning in Albania and raising awareness about the problem

Wildlife poisoning in Albania is an open secret and a widespread phenomenon …

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Minimising the risk of electrocution for Griffon Vultures in Sardinia

Minimising the risk of electrocution for Griffon Vultures in Sardinia

Every year, many vultures across Europe and the world die as a …

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Cinereous Vulture poisoned

Extremely rare Cinereous Vulture poisoned to death in Bulgaria

Once again, a serious wildlife crime caused the death of a highly …

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Lead Ammunition vultures

Our consultation response to ECHA towards restricting the use of lead ammunition for the sake of vultures, nature and people!

Last week, the VCF has submitted a consultation response on the Annex …

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WATCH – Anti-Poisoning Dog Units: how working dogs help combat illegal wildlife poisoning

The illegal use of poison baits to target animals is the most …

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Following Egyptian Vulture Sara’s GPS movements for 6 years – fourth migration from Italy to Niger a success

We have been closely following Egyptian Vulture Sara’s movements and behaviour in …

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Join us for the Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2021 and the Final LIFE GypConnect Seminar

Last year, we had to cancel our much-awaited Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting …

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Most recent Bearded Vulture GPS movements of 60 individuals across seven important European regions (August 2021)

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM) monitors Bearded Vultures across seven different regions …

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International Observation Days: Volunteers needed to help monitor the European Bearded Vulture population on Saturday 2 October 2021

The International Observation Days (IOD) for Bearded Vultures will take place in …

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The only Bearded Vulture in Álava (Spain) dies

In early September, the only Bearded Vulture in Álava, Spain, needed rescuing …

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Bearded Vultures in Europe

In 2021 we released 24 Bearded Vultures in Europe as part of reintroduction and restocking projects

In the late 20th Century, Bearded Vultures in Europe were on the brink of …

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