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Many chicks hatched this year again in Bulgaria’s only indigenous Griffon Vulture population

This has been yet another great year for Griffon Vultures in the …

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Electrocuted in Turkey: Vultures and other soaring birds under threat

Located at the interface of Asia, Africa and Europe, Turkey is a …

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Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures from Austrian and Czech zoos released in Baronnies

The first 2020 Bearded Vulture releases in France with the LIFE GypConnect project took …

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Poacher shot and killed reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Ultron in Bulgaria

Today, there is more awareness and support for the restoration of the …

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Sign the petition and help us #StopTheKillings of vultures in Africa

A coalition of international conservation organizations has today launched an online petition dubbed #StopTheKillings, …

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The only remaining Cinereous Vulture breeding colony in the Balkans

The Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli Forest National Park, where the only breeding colony of Cinereous Vultures …

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Watch: Guadalentín — the centre that breeds the most Bearded Vultures

In 1986, Bearded Vultures disappeared from the skies of Andalusia. One of …

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The reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Sliven met a tragic end in Kharkiv, Ukraine

The Cinereous Vulture Sliven that travelled over 6405 km in 30 days, carrying …

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Watch two newly hatched Egyptian Vulture siblings in the wild in Israel

An Egyptian Vulture breeding pair in Israel has been busy during their …

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Introducing a schematic sampling protocol for raptor biomonitoring to harmonize procedures across Europe

Bird species like scavengers have been widely used as sentinel species in …

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Bearded Vulture vagrancy: leaving the mountains to explore the North of France

Young Bearded Vultures have done it again — they left their mountain …

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The first Cinereous Vultures releases at Vrachanski Balkan Nature Park in Bulgaria

The Vultures Back To LIFE team released five additional Cinereous Vultures in a new release …

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Will Egyptian Vultures breed in Sardinia again?

Once a rare visitor to Sardinia, with no breeding records, now an …

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How many Bearded Vultures hatched this breeding season in captivity?

The breeding season within our Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Network (EEP) kicked …

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Watch: Griffon Vulture dad feeding his one-month-old chick at the Green Balkans’ Centre

The second-ever Griffon Vulture chick to hatch at the Green Balkans’ Wildlife Rehabilitation …

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Food shortage will not be a problem this summer for our Bearded Vulture breeding centres

Every summer, our regular food supply for our captive Bearded Vultures drastically …

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Research review: New study estimates the Bearded Vulture population in the Pyrenees at around 1,000 individuals

How many Bearded Vultures live in the Pyrenees? A recently published article answers this question comprehensively …

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Two Bearded Vulture siblings kick off the 2020 release season in Andalusia

It’s that time of the year again when the Vulture Conservation Foundation …

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Over 900 migratory Egyptian Vultures observed in Turkey during one month

Hundreds of thousands of birds pass through Turkey during migration seasons. Turkey …

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From Bulgaria to Ukraine back to Bulgaria and Ukraine again in 30 days — the travels of Cinereous Vulture Sliven

Sliven, a reintroduced Cinereous Vulture in Bulgaria, has greatly surprised the Vultures Back To LIFE …

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