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Young Cinereous Vulture on the ground with a freshly applied GPS transmitter on its back. On the side of the picture, the LIFE Aegypius Return green shirt.

New Cinereous Vulture breeding colony discovered in Portugal

Following the discovery of a fifth breeding colony by the ICNF, the ...
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Adult Bearded Vultures Torla and Secundino taking care of a chick in an artificial nest in Vallcalent Beeding Unit

A Pyrenean Bearded Vulture fairytale in EEP breeding programme  

In conservation, stories of triumph and resilience often emerge from the most ...
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Egyptian Vulture chick in the nest in a rock cavity

Egyptian Vulture  milestone in Bulgaria! A captive-bred female breeds successfully in the wild for the first time  

The Egyptian Vultures conservation community in Bulgaria celebrates an incredible milestone and ...
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Second Cycle Ruppell's Vulture hold by a Vulture recovery centre operator, showing the GPS transmitter

Rare Rüppell’s Vulture, tagged with a GPS transmitter, crosses Gibraltar and explores Iberia  

A young Rüppell’s Vulture (Gyps rueppelli) has been recently tagged by staff ...
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Consultancy opportunity for Ecosystem Services Expert

Vulture Conservation Fundation is looking for a consultant to develop four studies ...
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Animation screenshor picturing griffon vultures feeding on a carcass

Animation videos: understanding ecosystem services and the role of vultures

The air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we ...
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Bearded Vulture chick

Four Bearded Vultures released in Grands Causses, France 

Four female Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus barbatus) were successfully released this season in ...
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Bearded Vulture chick presented to the public during a public event in Crosica on 4 June 2024

Two Bearded Vultures “Piuma” and “Culomba” started their life in the wild in Corsica

People in Corsica warmly welcomed the two young female Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus ...
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A nature protection officer collects the carcass of the bearded vulture that died

Reintroduced Bearded Vulture killed by wind turbine collision in Spain 

The recent death of a Bearded Vulture in Maestrazgo, Spain, due to ...
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LIFE Safe for Vultures informative panel about Griffon Vultures distribution and conservation actions in Sardinia

Supporting Griffon Vultures in Asinara National Park

A striking milestone for the LIFE Safe for Vultures project and the ...
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Celebrating the return of Bearded Vultures in Sierra Nevada 

The efforts to bring Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) back to Granada, Andalucia, ...
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Griffon Vulture Palina – an unhoped-for return!  

Rescued as a juvenile under the nesting coastal cliff of the Kvaerner ...
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Griffon Vulture flying after being released on Cres Island, Croatia - LIFE SUPPort © BIOM

Griffon Vultures soaring high above Cres Island 

Eight young Griffon Vultures rehabilitated by the Beli Vulture Rescue Centre, on ...
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