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Donna Elvira and BelArosa recently became the 50th and 51st Bearded Vultures reintroduced in the Swiss Alps

This year marked the 30 year anniversary since the first Bearded Vultures were …

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Cáceres Farmer receives a hefty penalty for intentionally poisoning sheep to kill vultures

Spanish authorities lead the way in the fight against wildlife crime once …

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DEAD OR DYING: Nearly 100 vultures fall victim to suspected mass poisoning in Castilla y León (Spain)

An area in Castilla y León, Spain, became a death trap for …

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LIFE RE-Vultures: Joint efforts successfully conserve vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes

Ιncreasing the Griffon Vulture population in the Eastern Rhodopes, restoring the red …

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Wildlife Crime Academy: first training starts in one week

In Andalusia, Spain, they even use helicopters to investigate suspicious bird mortality. An …

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Research review: What are the economic benefits of avian scavenger-based tourism in Spain?

A recently published study demonstrates the benefits avian scavengers contribute to people and the need to …

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Raptor interactions: Golden Eagle predates Griffon Vulture chick

During a field visit observing Griffon Vultures in Vercors (southwesternmost Alps), our …

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Tinença de Benifassà natural park welcomed three new Bearded Vultures

The Tinença de Benifassà natural park recently received three more captive-bred Bearded …

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First Egyptian Vulture observation in the UK in 150 years

Following the visit of the young Bearded Vulture “Vigo/Flysch” in the UK last …

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Livestock breeders and conservationists increase safe food sources for three vulture species in the Meteora of the North

In the Kompsatos River Valley, the Thracian Meteora dominate the landscape from …

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Research review: Understanding the links between landscape anthropization and stress in Griffon Vultures

How does landscape anthropization affect vulture populations? A recently published research article investigated this …

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Bearded Vultures “Bavaria” and “Wally” successfully released in the Berchtesgaden National Park in Germany

The 10th of June will be a milestone in German nature conservation …

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Why are we releasing Bearded Vultures in Germany for the first time ever tomorrow?

An important milestone will take place tomorrow in the heart of the …

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Vultures: allies in the ecosystem, with added financial benefits

Supporting vulture recovery, so they can act as nature’s ‘clean-up crew’, is …

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Cinereous Vulture illegally poisoned in Bulgaria less than one month following her reintroduction into the wild

Since her release in mid-May 2021, the Cinereous Vulture ‘Blacky Skrill’ undertook …

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The first Bearded Vultures were reintroduced in the Swiss Alps 30 years ago today

30 years ago today, on 5 June 1991, the first Bearded Vultures …

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Seven young Griffon Vultures of different backgrounds successfully freed into Croatia’s wild

After spending some time in a rescue centre, a total of seven …

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Necropsy results shed light on the first Bearded Vulture fatality caused by wind turbine collision in Europe

For the first time in Europe, a Bearded Vulture lost its life due …

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The M7 Partnership is hiring a part-time Fundraising Consultant

The leading conservation organisations working on human-induced mortality of birds in the …

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Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains welcomed many Griffon Vulture chicks this year again

Years of conservation efforts in the Rhodopes Mountains in Bulgaria has resulted …

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