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Egyptian Vulture Alvor successfully released in Tejo Internacional (Portugal)

A young Egyptian Vulture that had a false start in life got a second ...
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Check out the newly launched website of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

The BalkanDetox LIFE project is a collaborative effort aiming to strengthen national ...
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A GPS-tagged Griffon Vulture originating from Crete wanders alongside the Cypriot coastline

A Cretan Griffon Vulture that was released in Cyprus as part of ...
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Save the date: GypConnect Seminar and Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2021

It has been tough. Very tough. For all of us. Many people ...
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Diego returned to his Italian spring-summer base, but soon after made a surprise excursion

After Diego returned to his spring-summer residence in Murge, Italy, after spending ...
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The GPS transmitter of Ichera found © Gábor Deák, MME/BirdLife Hungary

A Spanish Cinereous Vulture, GPS-tagged and reintroduced in Bulgaria, was probably shot in Hungary

Professionals from PannonEagle Life+ (MME Birdlife Hungary) and Horbágy National Park Directorate were alarmed ...
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Three more Griffon Vultures tagged and released in Messolonghi will help combat illegal wildlife poisoning in the Balkans

Three more Griffon Vultures were recently equipped with a GPS transmitter and ...
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Launch of new Bearded Vulture release season: Two young and captive-bred brothers reintroduced in the Grands Causses, France

The first 2021 releases of captive-bred Bearded Vultures into the wild already ...
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More Cinereous Vultures enter acclimatisation aviary to get ready for eventual release in the Bulgarian wild

Several Cinereous Vultures originating from Spain entered the acclimatisation aviary in Kotel, ...
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Bearded Vulture chick hatches and doing well after three facilities work together to secure the future of the egg produced

A Bearded Vulture egg produced in a zoo had little chances of ...
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Significant blow to vulture conservation: Largest mass vulture mortality event reported from Nepal severely impacts Endangered Species

It seemed like a typical day in Nepal yesterday until local kids ...
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New research reveals when, where, and why Egyptian Vultures are dying

A new tracking study covering most of the global Egyptian Vulture distribution reveals that ...
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Bearded Vulture chick travels to a new facility to be adopted by experienced foster parents

Every year, several Bearded Vulture chicks hatched in captivity are transported to ...
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Second proven case of fatal lead poisoning for a Griffon Vulture in Bulgaria

For the second time ever in Bulgaria, the Green Balkans proved that ...
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Ten Bearded Vulture chicks that broke worldwide record

Achieving a world-record: Guadalentín centre in Andalusia hatched the highest-ever number of Bearded Vulture chicks produced in a single breeding season

The Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Centre of Guadalentín achieved a worldwide record as it ...
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Express rescue mission rehabilitates, tags and releases Cinereous Vulture breeding adult in Salamanca (Spain)

An adult Cinereous Vulture, a breeding bird in the province of Salamanca in ...
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Cinereous Vultures are demonstrating breeding behaviour in Bulgaria for the first time since their extinction nearly 30 years ago

Until the early 20th century, the Cinereous Vulture was breeding in Bulgaria, but the ...
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New portal launched in Serbia to report bird suffering and respond in real-time

Today, bird populations face pressure from several dangers, including illegal wildlife crime ...
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WATCH: Webcam live streams the daily life of a Cinereous Vulture pair nesting in Spain

Nature and vulture fans can watch LIVE the breeding period of Europe’s ...
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More Critically Endangered vultures die in Guinea-Bissau one year following the biggest ever mass vulture mortality event in the world

Another 50 dead Hooded Vultures (Necrosyrtes monachus) have been reported at the end ...
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