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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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Mass poisoning causes a heavy blow to the largest colony of Griffon Vultures in mainland Greece

We are devastated to report that eleven Griffon Vultures fell victim to ...
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Highlights from the Anti-Poisoning and Wildlife Crime in Albania workshop

A national workshop in Albania took place on 24 January 2020 to ...
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Prison, fine and hunting disqualification for a hunter who poisoned four vultures in Spain

Some justice was recently served for four vultures that were killed from ...
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Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

From reintroducing a record of 22 Bearded Vultures into the wild to ...
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Wildlife-human conflict in Greece: wolves, vultures and actions

Within the scope of Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Small Grants Programme, we here ...
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Bulgaria is about to adopt a national strategy to combat illegal wildlife poisoning

A few days ago, government institutions and non-governmental organisations joined forces to ...
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Grand jubilee for Serbian ornithologists: this year marks the 30th anniversary of the Society for the Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia/BirdLife Serbi

The Bird Protection and Study Society of Serbia (BPSSS) has recently celebrated their 30th ...
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The second round of interviews to investigate wildlife poisoning in Albania

Illegal poisoning is the most critical threat to vultures in the Balkans ...
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Rapid response prevents mass poisoning in Serbia

The fact that poisoning represents the most severe threat for wildlife in ...
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A happy ending for two juvenile Griffon Vultures in North Macedonia

Two young Griffon Vultures recently wandered in the small city of Berovo in ...
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Providing lead-free ammunition to tackle lead poisoning in Croatia

Lead ammunition used in hunting activities brings vultures and other wildlife at ...
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Working together to protect vultures in Serbia – an educational workshop to tackle poisoning

Within the scope of the Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project (BAPP) Small Grants Programme, funded by ...
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Interviewing shepherds to investigate wildlife poisoning in Albania

Illegal poisoning is the most critical threat to vultures in the Balkans ...
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Recent training to treat poisoning cases at the Albania Anti-poisoning Centre – a project supported by the Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Small Grants Programme

Illegal poisoning is the most critical threat to vultures in the Balkans ...
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New feeding station in Serbia aims to improve food opportunities for vultures

Fantastic news for vultures in the Balkans – conservationists are building a ...
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Fighting poison in the Balkans – Annoucing the successful projects funded through Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project Small Grants Programme

Anti-poisoning patrol in Spain collecting poisoned baits Illegal poisoning is the most ...
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