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Lead Ammunition vultures

Our consultation response to ECHA towards restricting the use of lead ammunition for the sake of vultures, nature and people!

Last week, the VCF has submitted a consultation response on the Annex …

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WATCH – Anti-Poisoning Dog Units: how working dogs help combat illegal wildlife poisoning

The illegal use of poison baits to target animals is the most …

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Cinereous Vulture died from plastic ingestion overdose

Cinereous Vulture died from plastic ingestion overdose

We all know that plastic can be deadly for wildlife, causing detrimental …

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Fascinating vulture facts

Vultures are spectacular. Here are 9 fascinating vulture facts that prove it

Even though a lot of people have a negative perception of vultures, …

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Five ways you can help vultures next Saturday on International Vulture Awareness Day

Although we at the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) strive to help vultures …

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International Vulture Awareness Day

International Vulture Awareness Day 2021 is two weeks away

Join us on Saturday, 4 September to celebrate the International Vulture Awareness …

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One of only two tagged Cinereous Vultures from the Douro returns home

In 2020, two Cinereous Vulture (Aegypius monachus) chicks hatched in the Douro …

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Record number of Cinereous Vultures spotted for the Balkans outside the breeding colony of the Eastern Rhodopes

The Vultures Back to LIFE team counted a total of 20 Cinereous …

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Getting ready to monitor the future movements of the first Cinereous Vulture chick that hatched in Bulgaria’s wild in nearly three decades!

Following many years of targeted and collaborative conservation actions, the Cinereous Vulture returned …

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A Cinereous Vulture pair successfully nest on rocks instead of treetops in Mallorca

The Medi Ambient agents in Mallorca have made a surprising discovery — …

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The spread of misinformation as a new challenge for vulture conservation

Condors and vultures (hereafter “vultures”) are threatened necrophagous bird species relying on …

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Wildlife Crime Academy: using CSI and forensic science to solve wildlife crimes across 9 countries

Let’s be honest: Death plays a significant part in wildlife conservation. Conservationists …

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DEAD OR DYING: Nearly 100 vultures fall victim to suspected mass poisoning in Castilla y León (Spain)

An area in Castilla y León, Spain, became a death trap for …

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LIFE RE-Vultures: Joint efforts successfully conserve vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes

Ιncreasing the Griffon Vulture population in the Eastern Rhodopes, restoring the red …

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Research review: What are the economic benefits of avian scavenger-based tourism in Spain?

A recently published study demonstrates the benefits avian scavengers contribute to people and the need to …

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Livestock breeders and conservationists increase safe food sources for three vulture species in the Meteora of the North

In the Kompsatos River Valley, the Thracian Meteora dominate the landscape from …

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Cinereous Vulture illegally poisoned in Bulgaria less than one month following her reintroduction into the wild

Since her release in mid-May 2021, the Cinereous Vulture ‘Blacky Skrill’ undertook …

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BREAKING NEWS: Cinereous Vultures are breeding again in Bulgaria’s wild years after their extinction

A reintroduced Cinereous Vulture pair successfully hatched a chick in Bulgaria’s wild! …

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Lead ammunition is a problem for eagles and vultures

The use of lead ammunition in hunting activities poses a severe threat …

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Check out the newly launched website of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

The BalkanDetox LIFE project is a collaborative effort aiming to strengthen national …

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