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New improved guidelines for captive breeding of bearded vultures have just been published by the VCF

Guidelines and recommendations for the captive breeding of bearded vulture – 2nd ...
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And here we go to a new life – bearded vultures released in the Grands Causses fledged!

On the 20th June Adonis and Jacinthe, the two young bearded vultures ...
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The Wildlife Conservation Society, the Society for Conservation Biology & the British Veterinary Zoological Society all alert to the dangers of diclofenac

Leading conservation and veterinary organisations repeat what the VCF has been saying ...
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Three new papers published recently on bearded vultures worldwide – New data confirms worrying declines in Southern Africa and the Himalayas

Three interesting papers have been published recently on bearded vultures. Data from ...
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New evidence published today shows that veterinary diclofenac kills eagles too

This drug is now ‘a global problem’ threatening many vulnerable birds of ...
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New VCF film on the bearded vulture reintroduction project in the Alps

Last week the first two bearded vultures were released in the Grands ...
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Breeding season in the bearded vulture captive breeding network finished – results mixed, but releases into the wild about to star

Photo: Alex Llopis Dell During the next two weeks several young bearded ...
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Listen to an interview with the VCF on diclofenac on Radio New Zealand

Podcast – interview with Radio New Zealand Interview Radio New Zealand.mp3 MP3 ...
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Bearded Vultures seen in Extremadura (Western Spain)

Photo John Muddeman Two different individuals of bearded vultures (Gypaetus barbatus) have ...
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New film: Commissioner Borg, please ban veterinary diclofenac!

The VCF, together with BirdLife International, asks Commissioner Borg to take urgent ...
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Three adopted bearded vulture chicks growing well in Austria – see the video

In the bearded vulture captive breeding network chicks often need to be ...
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VCF is supporting Turkey´s only regularly functioning vulture feeding station

Turkey has significant vulture populations, but also many threats. Electrocution and poison ...
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Diclofenac in Europe – the battle rages on!

Some progress, some setbacks, some plans. The VCF is continuing to lead ...
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