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Monitoring the recently reintroduced Bearded vultures in Maestrazgo: An expert’s account

David Izquierdo, our Bearded vulture captive breeding assistant, has been in the …

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Releasing Cinereous vultures on Tuesday 6 August – join us in Kotel, Bulgaria

Do you want to see first-hand how we reintroduce young Cinereous vultures into …

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Recent separate mass poisonings in Kruger Park (South Africa) and Enugu State (Nigeria) lead to 150+ vulture deaths

We regret to inform you that there have been more vulture poisonings …

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Let’s be clear, objective and factual: Vultures do not normally kill cattle and are very useful for the livestock breeder

Once again we saw in the press an alarmist report about an alleged case …

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Reintroduced Bearded Vulture Buisson from LIFE GYPCONNECT dies due to electrocution

Unfortunately, Buisson, one of the nine Bearded Vultures we reintroduced this year …

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Five Griffon Vultures tagged in Western Iberia to reveal feeding behaviour

Five Griffon Vultures are now equipped with transmitters and accelerometers in the …

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4 Vultures – Photography Contest

Do you want to share your beautiful vulture photographs with others? Do …

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All together for Vultures: Immediate action prevents possible wind turbine collision for Cinereous Vulture Carrascalinho in Spain

Cinereous Vulture Carrascalinho has been flying in the face of danger for …

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How many Bearded Vulture breeding pairs are there currently in the Alps and on Corsica?

Bearded Vultures are very busy during this year’s breeding season! The monitoring …

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Restoring natural feeding scenarios for Cinereous Vultures in Spain

Spain is home to the most significant population of carrion-feeding birds in …

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Are you cycling at the Tour de France? Keep your eyes open for Bearded Vultures

During this year’s long ‘Tour de France‘, cyclists will be rewarded with …

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Following the movements of yet another Portuguese Cinereous Vulture

We can now track the movements of another young Cinereous Vulture in …

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Griffon Vulture Kvarner enjoys his freedom and adventures once again

After many months in recovery, Griffon Vulture Kvarner was ready and healthy …

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California has done it for their condors – Can Europe follow suit and ban lead ammunition for our vultures too?

Lead ammunition used in hunting activities brings vultures at risk. In California, …

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Our latest keynote speaker at the European Vulture Conference, Dr Steffen Oppel, will discuss Egyptian Vulture threats and conservation strategies

During the European Vulture Conference, leading professionals in the field of vulture conservation …

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LIFE RE-Vultures can now track the movements of two more juvenile Griffon Vultures

We will be able to track the movements of two more juvenile …

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Where did the reintroduced Bulgarian Cinereous Vultures travel next?

The Cinereous Vulture disappeared from the skies of Bulgaria over the 20th Century and …

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We reintroduced a record of 22 Bearded Vultures into the wild to help boost local populations

It’s official – 2019 was our best Bearded Vulture Release Season. This …

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First recorded fatality from lead poisoning for Griffon Vulture in Bulgaria

At the end of April, a mature Griffon Vulture marked with a GPS transmitter …

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The many challenges and adventures of the recently released Egyptian Vultures in Bulgaria

It has already been a month since the two captive-bred Egyptian Vultures, …

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