International Bearded Vulture observation days – first results

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Photo by Bruno Berthemy

The international bearded vulture observation days were a success, despite low visibility at some places. On one single day, the 12th of October 2013 it was possible to count around 120 different birds in the whole Alpine range. Many observations were made in the Western part of the Alps as the weather conditions were much better there than in the Central- and Eastern Alps. In these regions a lot of snow and fog hindered the birds to fly and the many volunteers to spot them. A detailed report on the observation days will be available in the next few weeks here >>

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