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One of the Bearded Vulture breeding pairs at Guadalentín © Hansruedi Weyrich

Pair bonding within the Bearded Vulture Captive-Breeding Network  

In ancient mythology, Greeks would call him Eros, Romans would call him ...
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Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged will act as a "proactive monitoring system"

Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged in France: a “proactive monitoring system” to reduce Bearded Vulture mortality

Strengthening the population of Europe’s most vulnerable vulture species requires a combination ...
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When “she” becomes “he”: surprising news from Bearded Vultures Obwaldera and Marco

Bearded Vulture Obwaldera was released in June this year in Central Switzerland ...
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The first case of Bearded Vulture mortality potentially associated with pentobarbital intoxication 

Pentobarbital is a pharmaceutical drug commonly used for domestic animals’ euthanasia. In ...
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Wildlife Crime in France: a man will be prosecuted for fatally shooting a Bearded Vulture and a Cinereous Vulture

Good news from France, in the Drôme region, a wildlife crime case ...
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French Bearded Vulture “Rei del Causse” rescued in Germany

Vultures are fearless travellers, crossing borders and enduring long-distance flights in Europe ...
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Two Bearded Vultures flying, two just arriving: updates from LIFE Gyp’Act at the Grands Causses

Eight captive-bred Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus barbatus) were released this season in Southern ...
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Bearded Vultures “Serafín” and “Ángeles” released in Andalusia

On 13 June, two juvenile Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus barbatus) were released in ...
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Strengthening the Alpine Bearded Vulture populations: the last releases of this season

Celebrating the last Bearded Vulture releases of this season, with two captive-bred ...
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European Vulture Conference 2023 update: New website and Abstract Submission deadline extension

We are thrilled to bring you exciting updates regarding the European Vulture ...
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European Vulture Conference 2019 poster session

The science of vulture conservation: What you can expect at the European Vulture Conference 2023

Join us in Cáceres (Spain) between 14 and 17 November 2023 for ...
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Following a collision incident, Bearded Vulture Roc was found dead under a wind farm in the Netherlands © Hans Pohlmann/ Vulture Conservation Foundation

Bearded Vulture dies after colliding with wind turbine in the Netherlands

Two days ago, we found the remains of the Bearded Vulture Roc ...
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Deadline approaching: Last chance to submit abstracts for the European Vulture Conference 2023

The European Vulture Conference 2023, held in Cáceres between 14-17 November, is ...
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Three juvenile Bearded Vultures released in Maestrazgo, Spain

On 2 June, three juvenile Bearded Vultures released in Parc Natural de ...
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Egyptian Vulture, Griffon Vulture and Cinereous Vulture © Pilar Oliva-Vidal

World Environment Day: Tackling poison and pollutants that affect vulture populations and human well-being

Since 1974, World Environment Day has been celebrated globally to focus attention ...
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Following the movements of the Bearded Vultures released in Maestrazgo 

In an effort to bring the Bearded Vulture back to Maestrazgo and ...
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Goodbye, Winnie. One of the first Bearded Vultures released in the Alps died 

A sad loss for the Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Network (Bearded Vulture ...
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Bearded Vulture Nepomuk in is new nest, in the Berchtesgaden National Park

Captive-bred Bearded Vultures released in Berchtesgaden National Park in Germany: meet “Sisi” and “Nepomuk”

May 24, the European Day of Parks, was a special day in ...
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Joining forces: The importance of academic and non-academic conservationists working together for vulture conservation

Joining forces: The importance of academic and non-academic conservationists working together for vulture conservation

Academic and non-academic collaboration is key in addressing complex conservation challenges. The European ...
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LIFE GypAct: the first four captive-bred Bearded Vultures arrived in France 

After the first releases of this breeding season in Andalusia, four young ...
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