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2021 — Together let’s work towards a brighter future for the world and vultures

2020 is now coming to a close. As one 9-year-old replied when …

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WATCH: The story of a young Cypriot Griffon Vulture named Kostis

Kostis’ story began about a year ago when it was still the …

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Overview of Bearded Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Overview of Griffon Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Overview of Egyptian Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Overview of Cinereous Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Happy Holidays from the Vulture Conservation Foundation

The team at the Vulture Conservation Foundation wishes you a very Merry …

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Remembering the illegal wildlife poisoning case that could lead to the first conviction of its kind in Croatia!

In 2020, yet another illegal wildlife poisoning case took place in Croatia, causing …

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VCF officially acknowledged as a Public Benefit Organization (ANBI) by Dutch Tax Administration

On Monday, 14 December, we here at the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) …

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One step in the right direction — Hunting licenses suspended in Spanish estate following serious poisoning incident

A few months ago, some Spanish enforcement agents discovered a bird of …

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Preliminary results from the 2020 International Observation Days for the Bearded Vulture

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

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GPS and genetic monitoring: Evaluating the connectivity of Bearded Vulture populations between different massifs in France

The LIFE GYPCONNECT project aims to connect the population of Bearded Vultures in the …

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VCF’s Alex Llopis receives Tom Cade Award!

We are proud to announce that our Captive Breeding Vultures Manager and …

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Research Review: Winter movement patterns of the globally endangered Egyptian Vulture in south-western Europe

Although all vulture species can travel long distances, including migratory movements by Cinereous …

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Farewell Dama: Bearded Vulture breeding female that produced the second-highest number of chicks in captivity dies at 32 years old

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the death of …

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Meet the Bearded Vultures that flew above seas and travelled vast distances in 2020

The different partners within the International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM), coordinated by the …

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The eighth edition of La Plume du Life, the LIFE GYPCONNECT’s newsletter, released

There is only one year remaining until the end of LIFE GYPCONNECT, and …

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European vulture comeback boosted by new agreement

Vultures are a vital yet vulnerable part of European wild nature. A …

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Shot Griffon Vulture from Crete operated upon for the chance to fly in the wild again

A rescued Cretan Griffon Vulture gets a second chance at life! This …

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Research review: Study demonstrates the high risk of lead poisoning in birds of prey, especially Griffon Vultures, in Spain

A recently published research article used active and passive monitoring methods to assess sublethal …

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