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Bearded Vulture Boni_Enrique Avila

Boni: The first Andalusian Bearded Vulture to cross the Strait of Gibraltar

The remarkable Boni is the first Bearded Vulture from Andalusia that crossed ...
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Bearded Vulture BG 199 (left) and his partner with nestling

One of the last remaining ‘founder’ Bearded Vultures has died

Sadly, last Monday, we had no choice but to bid farewell to ...
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A poisoned Egyptian Vulture in Greece, a globally endangered species © Lavrentis Sidiropoulos/ HOS

New decision in Greece a step forward toward combating illegal wildlife poisoning

A crucial step has recently been taken in Greece toward safeguarding threatened ...
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Sara and her family left their nest

Africa is calling! The record-breaking Egyptian Vulture Sara recently left her nest ...
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Recent GPS movements of the Bearded Vultures we track in Europe (August 2022)

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM) monitors Bearded Vultures across seven different regions in Austria, ...
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Ambitious initiative boosts capacities in 13 countries to effectively prosecute wildlife crime

More than 30 professionals from Europe, the Middle East and North Africa ...
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The Egyptian Vulture chicks were safely placed back in their nests after eight days © WWF Greece

How did the massive fire in Dadia, Greece, impact key vulture colonies?

Over the summer, one of the most important protected areas in Greece, ...
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The first Spanish Griffon Vultures were recently released in Cyprus!

Releasing the first Spanish Griffon Vultures in Cyprus

The LIFE with Vultures project team has successfully released 15 Griffon Vultures ...
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Griffon Vulture in Sardinia feeding_LIFE Safe for Vultures

International workshop on supplementary feeding stations for vultures in Sardinia

The international workshop on supplementary feeding stations for vultures in Sardinia is ...
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