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More LIFE Rupis Egyptian Vultures migrated to Africa

Every year, Egyptian Vultures make a round trip of around 7,000km from …

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Record number of Bearded Vulture fledglings observed in the Alps

Bearded Vultures were very busy during this year’s breeding season, with a …

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Dr Orr Spiegel will share his insights on vulture foraging movements during his keynote presentation at the European Vulture Conference

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

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Rhodopean Cinereous Vulture pair undertakes aerial adventures

If you think the holiday season is over, think twice. At least, …

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The European Vulture Conference is a week away – what to expect

There is only one week to go until the European Vulture Conference! Between …

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Interviewing shepherds to investigate wildlife poisoning in Albania

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

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Five Griffon Vultures are the new victims of poisoning in Bulgaria

On 16 September, the Vultures Back to LIFE team detected a mass poisoning incident …

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The Cinereous Vulture population in Mallorca has multiplied by ten in nearly 40 years

The Cinereous Vulture population is booming in Mallorca! The Fundació Vida Silvestre Mediterrània (FVSM) estimates that …

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Sara and Tobia returned to Africa

The captive-bred Egyptian Vultures, Sara and Tobia, were released in Italy in …

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Crossing the Strait of Gibraltar: Egyptian Vultures Britango and Faia on the move

It’s that time of the year again when Egyptian Vultures start their …

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Stranded young Griffon Vulture rescued at Episkopi Bay (Cyprus)

An unlucky young Griffon Vulture stranded on a rocky beach at Episkopi Bay in …

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Dr François Sarrazin will give a keynote presentation on the restoration and conservation of scavenger populations during the European Vulture Conference

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

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New study reveals amazing flexibility of migration among Egyptian Vultures

Adapted from a blog article written by Dr Steffen Oppel, RSPB What …

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Eight captive-bred Egyptian Vultures released in Italy to boost the population

Our Italian colleagues released a total of eight captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in …

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Get to know Europe’s vultures – key facts and conservation

Vultures need all the help they can get when it comes to …

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The mystery of the Egyptian Vulture in Lamoso feeding station…solved!

The CAAN Lamoso feeding station in the LIFE Rupis project area in Portugal had …

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Europe’s 5th vulture species?

Andalusia has added Rüppell’s Vulture to their list of vultures! So it …

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International Observation Days – how many Bearded Vultures did we count in 2018?

In just a month, the largest count of Bearded Vultures is taking …

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Record of Griffon Vultures breeding in the Eastern Alps

The Griffon Vulture population is booming in the eastern Alps thanks to …

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