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Programme of Bearded Vulture Technical Webinar published!

If you work with Bearded Vultures or are simply a fan of …

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Possible observation of Bearded Vulture “Vigo” in France

It has been two weeks since we last heard about the whereabouts …

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BalkanDetox LIFE: New project combats illegal wildlife poisoning across Balkan countries

Launch of EU-funded project raises awareness and strengthens national capacities to fight …

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The Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro finally reaches Africa against all odds!

Weak, malnourished and with problematic feathers— that’s how the life of young …

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The European Green Deal – deception or deed? Vote this week in the European Parliament to confirm the decision to ban lead shot in wetlands will tell!

For all the talk about putting the planet and environment at the …

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Latest newsletter of the IUCN’s Vulture Specialist Group (October 2020)

The IUCN’s Vulture Specialist Group (VSG) have published their latest biannual newsletter, which covers …

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Research review: study demonstrates how plastic ingestion by vultures may cause wider impacts

It is widely known that plastic is a pollutant that can adversely …

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It is impossible to prove that an animal was poisoned in Bosnia and Herzegovina as there is no toxicological analysis

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is impossible to prove that an animal …

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Bearded Vulture Technical Webinar: Reviewing conservation and research projects across three continents

The Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting has been cancelled for the first time …

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Watch: Achievements of the LIFE GypConnect project

The rarest of Europe’s vultures, the bearded vulture, was once found across …

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Vulture Conservation Foundation’s position on the proposal to legalize poison bait use in Bulgaria’s nature

The Bulgarian Council of Ministers might approve amendments in the Hunting and …

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Book: A Vulture Landscape — Twelve Months in Extremadura

Through storytelling and beautiful imagery, Ian Parsons, the author of “A Vulture …

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Cinereous Vulture population in Extremadura is booming, helping support reintroduction efforts in Bulgaria

The Cinereous Vulture population in Extremadura is soaring, with 837 breeding pairs …

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Thousands of Africa’s vultures deliberately poisoned and killed – Letter to Science published!

More than 2000 Critically Endangered Hooded Vultures (Necrosyrtes monachus) lost their lives across …

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Surprise GPS data received from Egyptian Vulture Rupis after nearly a year without information

We received an update about the movements of the first Egyptian Vulture …

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Carcass filled with lead shot pellets: Young Bearded Vulture reintroduced this summer in the Grands Causses (France) illegally shot and killed

Yet another Bearded Vulture was shot and killed in the Grands Causses …

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Bearded vulture in the UK: Speculations are over as genetic analysis reveals origin and sex

Hundreds if not thousands of people have been speculating about the origin …

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The Vulture Conservation Foundation is hiring a Part-Time Financial Assistant

If you are an experienced Financial Assistant, are passionate about wildlife conservation …

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World Migratory Bird Day: A closer look into the movements of the Egyptian Vulture — Europe’s only long-distance migratory vulture

On this World Migratory Bird Day, we will take a closer look into …

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Bearded Vulture resurfaces in Lincolnshire, and we are closer to revealing the bird’s identity

The Bearded Vulture “Vigo” surprised us once again! After leaving Derbyshire and …

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