We are thrilled to announce that abstract submission and registration for the European Vulture Conference 2023 are now open! The conference will take place from 14 to 17 November 2023, in the charming city of Cáceres, Spain, located in the heart of the vulture-rich region of Extremadura. Join us for a one-of-a-kind event that brings together vulture conservationists, researchers and enthusiasts from all over the world.
The conference will offer a diverse programme covering a broad range of vulture-related topics and regions. You will be able to participate in presentations, workshops, and poster sessions led by renowned experts, allowing for the exchange of project initiatives, research findings, and collaboration opportunities.
In addition to the academic programme, the conference will include a cultural visit and field trip that will allow you to explore Extremadura’s rich natural and cultural heritage. You will also have the chance to taste the local cuisine and connect with fellow attendees during the conference dinner, coffee breaks and other social activities.
Whether you are a seasoned vulture expert or just starting out in the field, this conference is the perfect platform to meet like-minded individuals who share your passion for these remarkable birds and contribute to vulture conservation efforts while expanding your knowledge.
Submit your abstract
We invite all vulture conservation scientists and researchers to submit abstracts for the unique opportunity to share projects and research in the field of vulture biology, ecology, and conservation worldwide at a global stage.
We value diverse abstract submissions that extend beyond traditional scientific papers, including applied research and project reporting.
The conference welcomes a wide range of vulture-related topics, including applied conservation and management practices such as case studies, population monitoring methods, reintroduction programme evaluations, environmental impact assessments, feeding station management guidelines, and more. Abstracts based on implemented projects and initiatives are encouraged, regardless of publication status.
Submit your abstract before the deadline on 18 June 2023.
To secure your place for the conference, simply visit the registration webpage and follow the registration process. Registration includes access to all conference sessions, coffee breaks and lunches, conference dinner, and the cultural visit and field trip. The early bird ticket is priced at 150 euros, with regular tickets costing 180 euros after 31 July. We also have discounted tickets priced at 100 euros for early bird tickets, and 130 thereafter, for students, people from the United Nations’ list of Least Developed Countries and VCF’s current LIFE project and IBM partners.
Register now and take advantage of the early bird prices before they expire on 31 July 2023.
Stay tuned for conference updates and news
Don’t miss out on any important updates and developments happening at the conference! Keep yourself informed by subscribing to our email list, which will give you exclusive access to the latest conference news as it happens.
For a more interactive experience, we encourage you to follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, where we will be sharing the most exciting developments and insightful commentary leading up to #Vultures2023. By engaging with us on social media, you will also have a chance to connect with other attendees and experts in your field.
To stay on top of everything happening at the conference, we recommend visiting our official event page regularly. This will allow you to keep an eye out for upcoming updates, including information on the keynote speakers, recommended accommodations and travel options, and other essential details that will help you make the most of your conference experience.
We look forward to welcoming you to the European Vulture Conference 2023, and to sharing this exciting opportunity to learn, network, and contribute to vulture conservation with you.
The European Vulture Conference 2023 is organised by the Vulture Conservation Foundation within the framework of LIFE Aegypius Return. This project, co-funded by the European Union’s LIFE Programme, aims to consolidate and expand the Cinereous Vulture population in Portugal and western Spain.