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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro arrived in the Douro two months after its early return to Europe

At first, we were worried that Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro might not survive in the …

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For the first time, we are following the GPS movements of a juvenile wild-hatched Bearded Vulture from Italy

For the first time ever, a team of conservationists equipped a Bearded …

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The Griffon Vulture returns as a breeding species in Morocco after 40 years of absence!

The Griffon Vulture is breeding again in Morocco after 40 years of …

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A peek into the early days of a newly-hatched Griffon Vulture chick in Bulgaria

Our partners at the Green Balkans welcomed the first captive-bred Griffon Vulture …

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WATCH: Documentary recounts the work conducted in the scope of the LIFE Egyptian Vulture project in Italy and the Canary Islands

A documentary recently produced within the LIFE Egyptian vulture project follows the story of …

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Dutch zoo Dierenrijk donates Griffon Vulture to the reintroduction project in Bulgaria!

Yet another Griffon Vulture bred in captivity will get the chance to …

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Reintroduced in France, electrocuted in Italy: Young Bearded Vulture Palo-Pala meets tragic end

We are devastated with the loss of Palo-Pala, a young captive-bred Bearded …

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WATCH: Human keepers and Bearded Vulture mum rear newly hatched captive-bred chick in Andalusia

The Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Centre of Guadalentín in Andalusia, Spain, welcomed their first …

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The breeding season of reintroduced Griffon Vultures in Bulgaria has already begun with the first incubating pairs observed

The breeding season 2021 has begun for the reintroduced Griffon Vultures in …

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Griffon Vulture population in Cyprus remains stable according to latest census

Another annual winter Griffon Vulture census successfully took place in Cyprus last …

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Most recent GPS movements of 58 Bearded Vultures across seven important European regions

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

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Three Griffon Vultures released in Messolonghi symbolic of 1821 Greek liberation

Vulture conservation actions undertaken this year by the Management Body of Messolonghi Lagoon – …

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Bearded Vultures in the Alps are busy with the new breeding season

Bearded Vulture pairs are currently extra busy with the new breeding season. …

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Prepare for Cuteness Overload: Introducing Europe’s first Bearded Vulture siblings of this breeding season

The first Bearded Vulture chick that hatched in Europe the 2020/21 breeding …

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Bolivia has 35 less Andean Condors following suspected mass poisoning incident

We regret to inform you that yet another suspected mass poisoning incident …

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LIFE with Vultures Cyprus objectives for 2021: Tackling vulture threats, improving food availability and restocking threatened population

The LIFE with Vultures project will intensify conservation actions in 2021 in …

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First Griffon Vulture equipped with GPS tag as part of an innovative project to track illegal wildlife poisoning across seven Balkan countries

The first Griffon Vulture was equipped with a GPS tag in Bulgaria …

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Most vulture mortality cases in the Douro between 2015-2019 related to illegal wildlife poisoning

The LIFE Rupis project, which started in 2015 and finished in 2020, …

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Most recent results from the release techniques of captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes

For a third consecutive year in Bulgaria, the Egyptian Vulture New LIFE …

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