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Live Meeting: Let’s talk vultures!

Date: Friday, 18 December 2020 Time: 14:00 – 15:30 CET Venue: Zoom …

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Arrival of three Griffon Vultures to the most important Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Centre to help monitor the West Nile Virus threat

West Nile Virus poses a growing threat to captive Bearded Vultures in Europe, …

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From the Balkans to the Middle East: The vast travels of a wandering Griffon Vulture

As part of the efforts to track poisoning incidents in the Balkans, …

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Call for testimony for Dolomie — the reintroduced Bearded Vulture illegally shot and killed in France

Following the illegal shooting of the young reintroduced Bearded Vulture Dolomie in …

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More fallow deer relocated in the Eastern Rhodopes to support vulture conservation and broader rewilding goals

The LIFE RE-Vultures project relocated more fallow deer in the Eastern Rhodopes, which is a …

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Released Bearded Vulture Sureau that can no longer fly due to injury has a new mission in life

This spring, the LIFE GypConnect team released Bearded Vulture Sureau in the …

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Bearded Vulture pair built nest in Granada Province for the first time since the reintroduction of the species in Andalusia

Bearded Vultures in Andalusia, Spain, have already started exhibiting breeding behaviour, and …

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Kick-off meeting of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

Monday, 30 November 2020 |10:00 – 16:00 CET | Zoom The Vulture …

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Research Review: Risk of exposure to diclofenac and other NSAIDs for vultures in Iberia and update on the situation in South Asia

Since the 1990s, the Gyps vulture populations of South Asia have collapsed by more …

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Pyrenees Bearded Vulture Peraire now flies in Maestrazgo where the species is being reintroduced

As part of the efforts to reintroduce the Bearded Vulture in Maestrazgo, …

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Bearded Vulture reintroduction in Andalusia: a breakup led to two new pair formations, and 2020 welcomes a new territorial pair!

Exciting news for the Bearded Vulture reintroduction project in Andalusia — a …

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Please participate in this survey if you observed or attempted to observe Bearded Vulture “Vigo” in the UK

Were you one of the lucky ones who observed Bearded Vulture “Vigo” …

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New study estimates the extinction risk for Cyprus Griffon Vultures and identifies priority actions for their conservation

Throughout the world, vultures are faced with severe population declines and local …

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From Italy to Mali: Captive-bred and released Egyptian Vultures reach sub-Saharan Africa

Do you remember the Egyptian Vultures Birba and Clint? These young birds …

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Attempting three new Bearded Vulture pair bondings in the largest specialized breeding centre of the species

Bearded Vulture pair bonding in captivity is a crucial moment for birds, …

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Illegal use of poison baits in the Cypriot countryside killed one-third of the Griffon Vulture population in recent years

Poisoning is considered the biggest threat to vultures worldwide, according to the Vulture …

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IUCN Vulture Specialist Group’s Guide for attaching harness tracking devices to vultures and condors

Tracking the movements and behaviour of vultures and condors by installing tracking devices …

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Farmer who used poison baits in Andalusia, killing two Bearded Vultures, CONVICTED at last!

Some justice delivered at last! The farmer who laced a sheep carcass …

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Incredible efforts to rescue a juvenile weakened Egyptian Vulture in a war zone!

Rescuers rushed to save a young Egyptian Vulture that needed help in …

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Celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the first Griffon Vulture releases in the Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria, to reintroduce the species

Ten years ago, on 27 October, the first Griffon Vulture releases in …

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