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Egyptian Vultures using tools – new photos

The use of tools by animals has always fascinated the human mind. …

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Massive poisoning of vultures reported from Africa

Poisoning is the major threat affecting vultures worldwide – and the main …

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Live the challenges that the Egyptian vulture has to face through a new computer game!

An original game, entitled Life of the Egyptian Vulture, has been released …

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Expedition to Albania finds only 8 pairs of Egyptian Vulture

A decade ago, it was estimated that up to 20 pairs of …

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More and more Black Vultures are appearing in the Italian Eastern Alps

Presence of Black and Egyptian Vulture in the Italian Eastern Alps In …

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Importance of Protected Areas for the reintroduction of bearded vultures in the Alps – poster

Bearded vultures went extinct in the Alpine chain in the beginning of …

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Two new residents in the Vercors

Two young bearded vultures, one born in the Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna, …

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Rüppel’s Griffon Vulture wing tagged in Portugal

By Alfonso Godino & Catarina Machado The Rüppell’s Griffon Vulture (Gyps ruppellii) …

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After an incredible voyage through middle Europe, Bernd the bearded vulture decides to go alone…

In the last few weeks bearded vulture researchers and enthusiasts have followed …

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Baby in the cave – follow the new born Egyptian vulture through the nest webcam!

After 42 days of incubation, a baby Egyptian vulture nesting in a …

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Aschka and Kalandraka released in the Swiss Alps

It was still winter when Kalandraka – a young bearded vulture – …

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Young bearded vultures released in Cazorla (Andalucía), Spain

The first releases from the 2013 bearded vulture breeding programme, coordinated by …

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VCF publishes landmark compilation on the Balkan vultures

BVAP – 10 years of research and conserva Adobe Acrobat Document 4.4 MB Download …

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Glocknerlady released in National Park Hohe Tauern on 5th May

Glocknerlady (named after the highest mountain in Austria, the Großglockner, which is …

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A Black Vulture in Eastern Balkan Mountains for a first time in more than thirty years!

On April 23d a photo-trap set at the vulture supplementary feeding site in …

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Bearded vulture breeding season: First egg!

And the Oscar for the earliest breeder goes to… Marie Antoinette! She …

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Poison kills Egyptian vultures in Greece

Two Egyptian vultures were found dead by poison on the 2nd of April, close …

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VCF and BirdLife International send joint letter to European and Greek authorities about recent poisoning incident in Greece

Dramatic blow to endangered Egyptian Vulture Population Joint letter VCF-BirdLife International on …

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Griffon Vultures lay an egg in the Eastern Balkan Mountains for a second year in a row

This is the first breeding pair of Griffon Vultures in the Eastern …

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International Conference on the Protection of Griffon Vultures in Cyprus

The VCF was present at the International Conference on the Protection of Griffon …

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