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#WorldWildlifeDay: Together we can save vultures – how the Bearded Vulture is returning to its former range in Europe

The Bearded Vulture is an exceptional vulture species that has evolved to primarily feed …

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We reintroduced a record of 22 Bearded Vultures into the wild to help boost local populations

It’s official – 2019 was our best Bearded Vulture Release Season. This …

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Two more bearded vultures released in Andalusia

Following a successful journey from the Green Balkans captive breeding centre, the …

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Bearded vulture reintroductions in Europe: young bird flies from Bulgaria to Spain

In the runup to the final Andalusian bearded vulture release, on Friday …

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Release season continues with another bearded vulture reintroduction in Andalusia (22nd May)

The bearded vulture release season kicked off a few weeks ago in …

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Four more young bearded vultures will be released this weekend – two in Andalucía and two in the Italian Alps

So far we have released 9 young bearded vultures across Europe, in …

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Breaking news – the pair of bearded vultures that has built a nest in Cazorla (Andalucia) has now laid eggs!

Another important milestone in the fantastic project to restore thisspecies in Andalucía. …

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Breaking news – Pair of bearded vultures build nest in Cazorla, 30 years after the last nesting in the wild

Staff from the Junta de Andalucia have confirmed that a pair of …

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