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Egyptian Vulture family found dead in the Eastern Rhodopes Mountain in Bulgaria

One of the most productive Egyptian Vulture pairs in Bulgaria and their …

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Last transportation of Cinereous Vultures from Spain to France for the reintroduction of the species

International collaboration and coordination takes place again in the world of vulture …

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How GPS technology is key to securing the future of vultures

GPS tracking of big birds started in the early 90s and saw …

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Second observation of a Bearded Vulture in the UK

Another young Bearded Vulture travelled vast distances and explored new areas! Bearded …

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Fifteen Cinereous Vultures travel from Extremadura to Bulgaria to be reintroduced

We are one step closer to establishing a viable population of Cinereous …

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International Observation Days 2019: The Bearded Vulture population estimates across several European regions

Every year, Bearded Vulture researchers and enthusiasts carry out simultaneous counts across …

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More Egyptian Vultures poisoned to death in the Canary Islands than previously thought

The latest poisoning incident that occurred in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, during April …

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Conservation status of Griffon Vultures in Armenia

The Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) used to breed in North-eastern, Central, Southern, …

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Record number of Cinereous Vultures photographed at a LIFE Rupis feeding station in the Douro (Portugal)

The presence of Cinereous Vultures is frequent in the feeding station in …

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Another young Bearded Vulture released at Parque Natural de Cazorla in Andalusia as part of the reintroduction project

Andalusia is now home to yet another Bearded Vulture! On 12 June, …

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Poaching in northwestern Italy: Griffon Vulture shot and left in critical condition

A serious act of poaching was detected at Torre Pellice in southwestern …

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Reintroduced Bearded Vulture Cintu wandered away from Corsica for a brief trip!

A captive-bred Bearded Vulture that was released on the island of Corsica …

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The latest movements of captive-bred and wild-hatched Bearded Vultures across seven important European regions

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM) monitors the Bearded Vultures across seven different …

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Closer to reintroducing Bearded Vultures to the Grands Causses with the latest release of four birds

All four European vultures soar the skies of the Grands Causses and …

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Two young Bearded Vultures released in Switzerland as part of the Alpine reintroduction project

Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures that hatched in Spain have a new home …

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Three active Griffon Vulture nests confirmed in Cyprus

It seems that 2020 is shaping up to be a relatively good …

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Newest Bearded Vulture reintroduction project in Tinença de Benifassà (Maestrazgo) released two more young birds

Our newest Bearded Vulture reintroduction project in Maestrazgo just released two more …

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Status, conservation and captive breeding of Bearded Vultures in Southern Africa

The Bearded Vulture breeding season is coming to an end in the …

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Two more Cinereous Vultures released at Vrasachi Balkan in Bulgaria

The Vultures Back To LIFE project released two more Cinereous Vultures at Vrachanski Balkan …

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Ninth record of a Bearded Vulture in Portugal in the last 100 years

A Bearded Vulture named Transhumancia that had been reintroduced in Andalusia paid …

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