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Griffon Vulture Kupala rescued and released twice

Griffon Vulture Kupala is free again! The vulture was first rescued and …

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Egyptian vultures Sara and Tobia finally returned to Italy

The captive-bred Egyptian Vultures, Sara and Tobia, were released in Italy in …

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New project combats illegal vulture body parts trade in Nigeria

Vultures are declining at an alarming rate and heading towards extinction across …

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Griffon Vulture conservation actions in Sardinia attracted Egyptian Vultures

Egyptian Vulture feeding in Sardinia (c) LIFE Under Griffon Wings There seems …

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First flights of freedom for captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in Bulgaria

One of the captive-bred Egyptian Vultures photographed at a feeding station after …

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Dr Patricia Mateo-Tomás, a specialist in vulture and human connections, is our latest keynote speaker at the European Vulture Conference

The European Vulture Conference will be Europe’s largest gathering of vulture conservationists …

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The mystery of Egyptian Vulture Douro’s lost GPS transmitter

Egyptian Vulture Douro’s transmitter (c) Antonio Monteiro At the end of March …

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Second year of releases in the Europe’s latest Bearded Vulture reintroduction project in Spain’s Maestrazgo region

The reintroduction of Bearded Vultures in the Maestrazgo region of Spain began …

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Report published from our Spanish practical training course supporting Balkan colleagues fight illegal wildlife poisoning

Sharing skills and practice is vital in the fight against illegal wildlife …

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Harshest wildlife poisoning penalty in Spain’s history

Dead Egyptian Vulture in one of the reserves. (c) Nursery Forestry of …

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Two young Bearded Vultures begin their new adventure after being released in the Parc Naturel Régional du Vercors in the French pre-Alps

One of the young Bearded Vultures presented to the crowd ahead of …

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Griffon Vulture in Corsica falls victim to severe lead poisoning

X-ray showing two bullets and an ingested unknown metallic item (c) Cerba …

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Opportunity to present your work alongside leading vulture conservationists

For the first four days of October, we will be bringing together …

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Two Bearded Vultures set to be released into the wild in Andalucia on Thursday 23 May

More captive-bred Bearded Vultures than ever before will be released in Andalucía …

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Europe’s largest vulture spotted on an epic journey to northern Europe all the way from Spain

Cinereous Vulture Brínzola spotted in Belgium (c) Wouter Van Gasse The silhouette …

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Fantastic breeding results for Griffon Vultures in Bulgaria’s Eastern Rhodope Mountains

Monitoring breeding Griffon Vultures in the Eastern Rhodope Mountains (c) Dobromir Dobrev …

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Report from ground-breaking Balkan Vultures Anti-Poisoning Workshop published

The illegal practice of poisoning wildlife is the single biggest factor preventing …

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Mass poisoning nearly wipes out Griffon Vulture population in Golan Heights

Eight Griffon Vultures found poisoned in the Golan Heights (c) Dudu Pils/Israel …

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Bearded Vulture releases continue in LIFE GYPCONNECT project in France on Saturday 18 May

The three captive-bred Bearded Vulture chicks released last week are currently in …

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Prof. Ran Nathan, pioneer of understanding the ecology of vulture movements, is one of our headline speakers at the European Vulture Conference 2019

The European Vulture Conference will be Europe’s largest gathering of vulture conservationists …

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