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Another mass poisoning in Zululand causes alarm for the future of vultures in the region

Unfortunately, yet another mass poisoning incident occurred in Africa, ending 2019 on …

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Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

From reintroducing a record of 22 Bearded Vultures into the wild to …

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Bearded Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

The bone-eating Bearded Vulture is the rarest vulture in Europe. Today, there are around …

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Egyptian Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

The migratory Egyptian Vulture is unfortunately considered Endangered at a global level. …

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Cinereous Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

One of the world’s largest raptors, the Cinereous Vulture is making a comeback in …

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Griffon Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

The most social of Europe’s vultures, the Griffon Vulture, is making an extraordinary comeback …

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Bearded Vulture pairs in captivity started laying eggs

It might be the holiday season, but Bearded Vultures are hard at work. It’s …

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Der Falke special issue on vultures: Biology – Threats – Conservation

A special edition of the German birding magazine ‘Der Falke’, initially published …

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Are Egyptian Vultures under threat from NSAIDs in Greece?

The extensive use of veterinary medicines in livestock, particularly of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory …

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Conclusions of the Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2019

This November we had our Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting, where we exchanged …

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Are dogs also vultures’ best friends, too?

The illegal use of poison baits is the most significant threat for …

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Complicated surgery gives Bearded Vulture Flamadel new hope for his future

This past Sunday, a very challenging surgical procedure was undertaken to save …

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Bearded Vulture Silviano regained her freedom in the heart of the Pyrenees

On Friday 6 December, the magnificent Bearded Vulture Silviano returned in the …

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Wildlife-human conflict in Greece: wolves, vultures and actions

Within the scope of Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Small Grants Programme, we here …

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LIFE with Vultures: a targeted effort to save the Griffon Vulture in Cyprus

BirdLife Cyprus, the Game and Fauna Service, Terra Cypria-The Cyprus Conservation Foundation …

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Griffon Vulture Census results in the Balkans

The annual Griffon Vulture census coordinated by the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds(BSPB) …

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Updates from the Vultures Back To LIFE reintroduced Cinereous Vultures

The Cinereous Vultures that were reintroduced in Bulgaria as part of the …

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Bulgaria is about to adopt a national strategy to combat illegal wildlife poisoning

A few days ago, government institutions and non-governmental organisations joined forces to …

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Vulture Conservation Foundation Film – Together for Vultures

Vultures – they might have a bad reputation, but they play an …

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Grand jubilee for Serbian ornithologists: this year marks the 30th anniversary of the Society for the Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia/BirdLife Serbi

The Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia (BPSSS) has recently celebrated their 30th …

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