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Griffon Vulture Sunchica that needed rescuing twice embarked on an impressive return trip

After Sunchica’s second rescue, rehabilitation and release, the Griffon Vulture travelled far …

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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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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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Overview of Griffon Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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The poisoned carcass of the golden eagle in Croatia

Remembering the illegal wildlife poisoning case that could lead to the first conviction of its kind in Croatia!

In 2020, yet another illegal wildlife poisoning case took place in Croatia, causing …

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From the Balkans to the Middle East: The vast travels of a wandering Griffon Vulture

As part of the efforts to track poisoning incidents in the Balkans, …

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Kick-off meeting of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

Monday, 30 November 2020 |10:00 – 16:00 CET | Zoom The Vulture …

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BalkanDetox LIFE: New project combats illegal wildlife poisoning across Balkan countries

Launch of EU-funded project raises awareness and strengthens national capacities to fight …

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It is impossible to prove that an animal was poisoned in Bosnia and Herzegovina as there is no toxicological analysis

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is impossible to prove that an animal …

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Illegal wildlife poisoning case reaches court trial in Croatia for the first time

In January 2020, an illegal wildlife poisoning incident has resulted in the death …

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Surveying for poison bait use in Albania

The survey on the use of poison baits was conducted in seven …

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Tackling illegal wildlife poisoning to preserve the remaining Griffon Vulture population in Greece

Illegal wildlife poisoning resulted in the plight of the Griffon Vulture population …

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Why, when, where? Rigorous investigation answers important questions about illegal wildlife poisoning in Serbia

Accurate data and knowledge are vital to implement targeted conservation actions. To …

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The actions against illegal wildlife poisoning in Croatia

Our partners from Croatia, Association BIOM, continue the good work towards combating the …

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A new project in Albania nurses poisoned wildlife back to health

A newly established Centre in Albania saves poisoned wildlife through capacity building …

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Prevent poisoning: leave lead ammunition to history

Lead ammunition used in hunting activities presents a risk to vultures, other …

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Griffon Vultures in Messolonghi, Greece, tagged with GPS transmitters to track their movements and help tackle wildlife poisoning

In early March, five Griffon Vultures were equipped with GPS transmitters in …

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Recent illegal wildlife poisoning in Serbia kills birds and mammals

A new poisoning incident has struck Serbia again, this time in the …

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Intentional poisoning of wildlife is now a crime in Albania

Unlike the other Balkan countries, where deliberate poisoning is well-incorporated and clearly …

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Recent wildlife poisoning in Croatia left many animal casualties

Unfortunately, illegal wildlife poisoning struck again, this time killing wild and domestic …

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