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The “cloacal kiss” of Bearded Vultures

With a wingspan of up to 2.85m and huge tails that stand ...
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Watch Bearded Vulture Marie Antoinette laying her first egg of this season at Vallcalent

The breeding season for our Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus barbatus) within the Captive ...
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Griffon Vulture population in the Eastern Alps: growing and expanding to new territories

The Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) population in the Eastern Alps is thriving, with ...
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Will Bearded Vultures Perea and Aïnat bond?

The Bearded Vulture breeding season is officially underway within our captive population. ...
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Year one of LIFE Aegypius Return brings hope for Cinereous Vulture recovery in Portugal 

According to the latest data from the LIFE Aegypius Return project, there ...
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Can insularity influence nestling sex ratio variation in Egyptian Vultures?

A recently published study sheds light on the factors influencing nestling sex ...
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Griffon Vulture in Cyprus: breeding failure accentuates the species’ vulnerability

Unfortunate news from Cyprus, as the only Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) pair ...
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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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LIFE Aegypius Return: the first Cinereous Vulture chicks hatched, and one new nest was confirmed in Malcata Nature Reserve (Portugal)

Good news from the Cinereous Vulture colony (Aegypius monachus) in the Malcata ...
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New breeding record in the Balkan Mountains helps to secure the future of Cinereous Vultures in Bulgaria

An encouraging record-breaking breeding season for the Cinereous Vulture (Aegypius monachus) in ...
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