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Research review: The first Pan-Africa study on Hooded Vultures evaluates their movements

A recently published journal article shares interesting results derived from studying the movements of …

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The latest Egyptian Vulture national census in Spain demonstrates that the species population is stable

The results from the latest Egyptian Vulture national census in Spain are …

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Tagging vultures: Why swift field response is essential to save birds and inform conservation actions

GPS tagging plays a vital role in the effort to protect and …

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Bearded Vultures try to breed for the first time on the Moncayo Mountains (Easternmost Central Iberian Massif)

There are around 400 Griffon Vulture breeding pairs and a few Egyptian Vulture pairs that call …

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Lords of the Rhodopean Skies — a new online wildlife photography exhibition available for a limited time

‘Lords of the Rhodopean Skies’ features 12 images depicting some of the …

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Rare sighting of a juvenile Egyptian Vulture in South Africa — the species is thought to be extinct in the country

A juvenile Egyptian Vulture was spotted in South Africa in an area never recorded …

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The website of our latest LIFE project in Cyprus, LIFE with Vultures, is now available for the public!

LIFE With Vultures is a collaborative project among BirdLife Cyprus, the Game …

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Research review: new article demonstrates the value of research for effective vulture conservation

A new review article published in the journal Conservation Letters has identified that the majority of …

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Updates from the reintroduced Cinereous Vultures in Bulgaria

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

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Why, when, where? Rigorous investigation answers important questions about illegal wildlife poisoning in Serbia

Accurate data and knowledge are vital to implement targeted conservation actions. To …

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Earth Day 2020: Why it is more important than ever to preserve our nature and vultures

The world is currently facing three severe crises that affect us all, …

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Biggest ever vulture mortality event in the world unfolds in Guinea-Bissau: estimates of over 2000 Hooded Vultures poisoned to death due to belief-based use

Guinea-Bissau became a vulture graveyard over the past couple of months, with …

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The wandering Cinereous Vulture Riga returned home!

The reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Riga that keeps surprising us with her movements …

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Where did Cinereous Vulture Caparica travel to after its rehabilitation and release?

The Cinereous Vulture Caparica was given a second chance in life after it was …

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Animal carcasses — from a problem to a conservation opportunity

One of the many conservation actions that the LIFE Under Griffon Wings carries out …

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Touring around Mallorca the Cinereous Vulture way

We know that vultures forage over large areas, but what do birds …

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Watch: Griffon Vulture chick hatching in Green Balkans’ Centre for the second time in history!

The baby population at the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rehabilitation and Breeding Center has increased …

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Research review: recent study describes the movements of Bearded Vultures in the Himalayas

A research article written by Tulsi Subedi and colleagues recently published in the journal Ibis has …

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Together for Bearded Vultures — taking measures to tackle COVID-19 issues

An international partnership continues to work rigorously to take care of Bearded Vultures in …

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The actions against illegal wildlife poisoning in Croatia

Our partners from Croatia, Association BIOM, continue the good work towards combating the …

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