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Bearded Vulture Biès is free to roam the Pyrenees once again!

Barded Vulture Biès has returned in the wild after 18 months in …

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The Cinereous Vulture chicks released in Bulgaria have successfully fledged!

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

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Egyptian Vulture Tizón continues to surprise us with his movements

Do you remember the Egyptian Vulture Tizón? When he was two years …

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Together we can save vultures

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

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International cooperation returned Griffon Vulture Dobrila home

Griffon Vulture Dobrila endured many challenges, but thanks to the Birds of Prey …

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Portuguese Action Plan for the Conservation of Necrophagous Birds finally published in Diário da República

Necrophagous birds are an important component for socio-economic terms. Both for the sanitary …

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Exchanging knowledge for breeding Cinereous Vultures

International experts who specialise in rearing and breeding Cinereous Vultures visited our …

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The Bearded Vultures in the Grands Causses are travelling further and further

The three young Bearded Vultures released in the Grands Causses under LIFE GypConnect are …

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Deadly fall of Bearded Vulture Monna from the LIFE GypConnect releases

We regret to inform you that on Saturday 20 July, the young …

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Be a conservationist for a day and count Europe’s rarest vulture on International Observation Day 12 October 2019

For the 14th consecutive year, the International Bearded Vulture Observation Day (IOD) …

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Four captive-bred Egyptian Vultures released into the wild in Bulgaria

Four young captive-bred Egyptian Vultures are now part of Bulgaria’s wildlife! A …

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André Botha will give a keynote presentation on vulture conservation in Africa during the European Vulture Conference

During the first four days in October, we will be bringing together …

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Two Cinereous Vultures are the new inhabitants of the Balkan Mountains in Bulgaria

Bulgaria welcomed two more Cinereous Vultures! On the 6th of August, our Vultures …

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Continuing our monitoring efforts to understand Egyptian Vulture behaviour in the Douro (Spain-Portugal border)

The migratory Egyptian vulture carries out a 7,000km round trip between their …

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Catching up with the Bearded Vultures we released in Maestrazgo

Since 2018, we released four Bearded Vultures and translocated two more in …

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Recent training to treat poisoning cases at the Albania Anti-poisoning Centre – a project supported by the Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Small Grants Programme

Illegal poisoning is the most critical threat to vultures in the Balkans …

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Update on summer movements of LIFE Rupis Egyptian Vultures: July 2019

The five migratory Egyptian Vultures fitted with GPS transmitters continue to provide …

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Announcing the Scientific Programme of the European Vulture Conference

We are excited to announce the preliminary scientific programme of the European Vulture Conference, …

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New feeding station in Serbia aims to improve food opportunities for vultures

Fantastic news for vultures in the Balkans – conservationists are building a …

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