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New research reveals when, where, and why Egyptian Vultures are dying

A new tracking study covering most of the global Egyptian Vulture distribution reveals that …

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Bearded Vulture chick travels to a new facility to be adopted by experienced foster parents

Every year, several Bearded Vulture chicks hatched in captivity are transported to …

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Second proven case of fatal lead poisoning for a Griffon Vulture in Bulgaria

For the second time ever in Bulgaria, the Green Balkans proved that …

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Achieving a world-record: Guadalentín centre in Andalusia hatched the highest-ever number of Bearded Vulture chicks produced in a single breeding season

The Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Centre of Guadalentín achieved a worldwide record as it …

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Express rescue mission rehabilitates, tags and releases Cinereous Vulture breeding adult in Salamanca (Spain)

An adult Cinereous Vulture, a breeding bird in the province of Salamanca in …

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Cinereous Vultures are demonstrating breeding behaviour in Bulgaria for the first time since their extinction nearly 30 years ago

Until the early 20th century, the Cinereous Vulture was breeding in Bulgaria, but the …

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New portal launched in Serbia to report bird suffering and respond in real-time

Today, bird populations face pressure from several dangers, including illegal wildlife crime …

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WATCH: Webcam live streams the daily life of a Cinereous Vulture pair nesting in Spain

Nature and vulture fans can watch LIVE the breeding period of Europe’s …

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More Critically Endangered vultures die in Guinea-Bissau one year following the biggest ever mass vulture mortality event in the world

Another 50 dead Hooded Vultures (Necrosyrtes monachus) have been reported at the end …

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One more Bearded Vulture translocated as part of the newest reintroduction project in Maestrazgo

Yet another Bearded Vulture was released in the Natural Park of La …

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Research review: New study reveals the importance of feeding sites and carcasses in the wider landscape for Griffon Vultures in Bulgaria and Greece.

A research article recently published in the Journal of Ornithology has revealed that Griffon Vultures in …

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Bearded Vulture chicks keep on hatching in captivity

The Bearded Vulture pairs in captivity have been hard at work since …

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Natural disaster in Bulgaria kills the reintroduced and paired Cinereous Vulture Marina

The Vultures Back to LIFE project finally found out what happened to the Cinereous …

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Poisoned to death: Only remaining Cinereous Vulture breeding colony in the Balkans loses two nesting birds

It has been years since vultures have been poisoned in the Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli …

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Griffon Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes in Bulgaria reached more than 100 pairs

The Griffon Vulture population in the Eastern Rhodopes sustains its positive growth …

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The Vulture Conservation Foundation is hiring a Research Officer

The Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) seeks to recruit an ambitious and versatile …

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The Spanish Cinereous Vultures arrived in Bulgaria and are already acclimatising to their new home!

After months of preparation and a journey of 4,000 km by land, …

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Bearded Vulture breeding progress in Savoie is heading towards a record-high season!

The Bearded Vulture breeding season is in full swing across Europe, and …

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Portuguese Griffon Vulture returned to nature after surviving illegal shooting and lead poisoning!

A juvenile Griffon Vulture found weak in Portugal experienced a troubling incident …

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Largest-ever Cinereous Vulture transport starts from Extremadura to Bulgaria to help reintroduce the species

Twenty-two Cinereous Vultures rescued and rehabilitated in Extremadura start their long journey …

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