Author: Eleni Karatzia

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One of only two tagged Cinereous Vultures from the Douro returns home

In 2020, two Cinereous Vulture (Aegypius monachus) chicks hatched in the Douro …

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2021 marks another successful Bearded Vulture release season in Andalusia

This year has once again been a great one for the Bearded …

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Record number of Cinereous Vultures spotted for the Balkans outside the breeding colony of the Eastern Rhodopes

The Vultures Back to LIFE team counted a total of 20 Cinereous …

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Can captive breeding prevent the extinction of a migratory vulture population?

Captive breeding programmes can prove critical in saving species under threat. Such …

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The Vulture Conservation Foundation is hiring a Part-Time Financial Assistant

If you have experience in financial management, are passionate about wildlife conservation …

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Getting ready to monitor the future movements of the first Cinereous Vulture chick that hatched in Bulgaria’s wild in nearly three decades!

Following many years of targeted and collaborative conservation actions, the Cinereous Vulture returned …

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Running club fundraises to support our Bearded Vulture reintroduction efforts in Andalusia

The local Running Club ‘Alma Gaia Mountain Club’ organised a race in …

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A Cinereous Vulture pair successfully nest on rocks instead of treetops in Mallorca

The Medi Ambient agents in Mallorca have made a surprising discovery — …

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Griffon Vultures return to a historic colony in Greece after 30 years!

Optimistic news — a historic Griffon Vulture colony in Greece that has …

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LIFE Rupis: Layman’s report and project films now available

The LIFE Rupis project took an integrated approach to the conservation of …

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After exploring the Balkans for over two months, the ‘Italian’ Egyptian Vulture reached Hungary and Austria!

Diego keeps on wandering! After Diego returned to his spring-summer residence in …

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Remembering Nick Williams — a raptor conservation groundbreaker and an inspiration to all of us at the VCF

Nick’s untimely and sudden departure last weekend leaves many of us here …

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Discovery of a rare Egyptian Vulture nest in Cape Verde

The recent discovery of an Egyptian Vulture nest in Cape Verde is …

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Most recent GPS movements of 58 Bearded Vultures across seven important European regions (March 2021)

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

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Award-winning author released her new children’s adventure book with a vulture conservation theme

A professional violist turned award-winning author has released yet another children’s adventure …

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Nature heroes: Dog and human team up to search and remove poison from Bulgaria’s countryside

Four years ago, as a pilot measure led by BSPB within the …

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Alpine Bearded Vultures pairs have already produced several chicks during this breeding season

Bearded Vulture pairs in Europe are currently extra busy with their parental …

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Discovery of the oldest wild Egyptian Vulture

Conservationists discovered the oldest known living Egyptian Vulture in the wild thanks …

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The reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Riga finally returns to Bulgaria after a long absence

Do you remember the captive-bred Riga, who, together with two other Cinereous …

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The ninth edition of La Plume du Life, the LIFE GYPCONNECT’s newsletter, released

In the latest edition of LIFE GYPCONNECT‘s newsletter ‘La Plume due Life’, Bearded …

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