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Progress review of LIFE with Vultures Cyprus

Despite 2020 being an extra challenging year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, …

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Meet Europe’s first Bearded Vulture chick of 2021

Every hatchling counts when it comes to conserving the Bearded Vulture, Europe’s …

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At least 34 Critically Endangered vultures recently killed from suspected mass poisoning in India

Vultures’ biggest threat strikes again, leaving a major disaster behind. At least …

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Rescuing a young Griffon Vulture and live streaming a pair’s breeding behaviour in the Eastern Rhodopes, Bulgaria

We are thrilled to share some exciting news for Griffon Vultures in …

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Bruma — another Cinereous Vulture rescued, tagged and released in Portugal

The day dawned foggy and mysterious on 14 January, when yet another Cinereous …

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Meet Emslie’s Vulture: The new vulture species identified from fossils in Cuba

A new study reveals a newly identified vulture species from fossils found …

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How do we boost Bearded Vulture breeding success in captivity to support conservation projects?

When the snow is melting, the rain is more frequent and the …

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Wandering Bearded Vulture Pierro continues exploring unusual regions

At first, we could tell that the Bearded Vulture Pierro was a …

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French Egyptian Vulture Buoux that spent much of its life in captivity explores African wintering grounds for the first time

The Egyptian Vulture Buoux did not have an easy start. The vulture …

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Raising awareness among local communities in North Macedonia to combat illegal wildlife poisoning

An extensive awareness-raising campaign meant for the general public was implemented in …

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Research review: How scientific research has informed Andean condor conservation in South America

In response to a comment on their recent review article about the …

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A Swiss Bearded Vulture resurfaced in Baronnies, France, after nearly two years since last observation

Do you remember the Bearded Vulture Mison? The female vulture hatched in the …

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A record-high number of Griffon Vultures observed overwintering in the Balkan Mountains in Bulgaria

A little over ten years ago, the first Griffon Vulture releases took …

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Bearded Vultures return to Granada, Andalusia, as a breeding species after half a century since their extinction

We are thrilled to announce that Bearded Vultures are breeding again in …

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Saving Griffon Vultures in Bulgaria: Our partners rescue a wild bird and welcome the first egg of their captive breeding pair over the holidays

The work of our partners in Bulgaria, the Green Balkans, didn’t stop …

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On a collision course: 16 Griffon Vultures killed by wind turbines in Aragon, Spain

Several Griffon Vultures met a tragic end after colliding with wind turbines …

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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro returns to Europe after spending only two months in Africa

The Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro keeps surprising us with its movements. At first, …

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A new president for the VCF: Daniel Hegglin hands over to Hans Pohlmann

Daniel Hegglin stepped down as President of the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) …

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Bearded Vulture “Vigo” is actually “Flysch” from Haute Savoie, and the full history of the bird now published in British Birds

The Bearded Vulture nicknamed “Vigo” that toured the UK in 2020 probably needs no …

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