Highlights 2021: Cinereous Vulture conservation

Share This Post

2021 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work never stopped, and we continued to protect and conserve Europe’s vulture species.

As we count down the days until 2022, we would like to reflect on some of the fantastic results we achieved for Europe’s vultures. Today we focus on Europe’s largest vulture species, discussing Cinereous Vulture conservation highlights as well as exciting news. 

Achievements and exciting news relating to the Cinereous Vulture conservation in 2021:

Don’t forget that you can track the movements of the Cinereous Vultures we follow with GPS tags by visiting our online public maps.

If you want to help vultures during this holidays season, here are three things you can do: 

  1. Please donate to the VCF and help us continue our work protecting vultures
  2. Sign up to our newsletter to stay updated and for offering to help vultures when such need arises
  3. Spread the word on social media and pledge to discuss vultures and their importance to three other people this holiday season 

Thank you for your support. The Vulture Conservation Foundation team hopes you are healthy and wishes you a very happy new year! 

Related Posts

en_USEnglish
Scroll to Top