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After being rescued from the nest, Cinereous Vulture “Aquis” is back in the wild – LIFE Aegypius Return 

Cinereous Vulture Aquis was still too young to fly when the LIFE
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Is there hope for Cinereous Vulture “Esperança”?

Cinereous Vulture Esperança (which means “hope” in Portuguese) was released in 2021
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International Vulture Awareness Day: Join our Giveaway and take fun Quiz

Take fun vulture quiz and join our giveaway: International Vulture Awareness Day

We are excited to mark the 2023 International Vulture Awareness Day (IVAD)
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Vultures in Focus – Photography Contest

Are you passionate about vultures and their conservation, with a talent for
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Where are Zimbro and Gerês, the Cinereous Vultures released in Portugal?

Cinereous Vultures (Aegypius monachus) Zimbro and Gerês probably never crossed paths, yet
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Celebrate International Vulture Awareness Day 2023 in two weeks

It’s that time of the year again – in two weeks’ time,
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Cinereous Vulture “Gerês” released in Portugal after recovery from a gunshot wound

On 10 August, a Cinereous Vulture (Aegypius monachus) was released in Portugal
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Tagging Cinereous Vultures in the nest, step by step

This breeding season in Portugal, 15 Cinereous Vulture (Aegypius monachus) chicks hatched
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How Rewilding Spain is bringing the Cinereous Vulture back to the Iberian Highlands

Last month, Rewilding Spain released seven Cinereous Vultures (Aegypius monachus) in the
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“Life for the Bearded Vulture”: new project to bring the species back from extinction in Bulgaria

A new LIFE project will bring the Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) back
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Cinereous Vulture breeding season in Portugal with promising results: 15 chicks were GPS-tagged

During July, partners of the LIFE Aegypius Return project tagged 15 Cinereous
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Training police officers in Portugal on rescuing and handling Cinereous Vultures – LIFE Aegypius Return

In Portugal, Cinereous Vultures chicks are almost ready to fledge. As this
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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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LIFE Aegypius Return: tagging the first wild-hatched Cinereous Vulture chicks in Portugal and the results of the second partners’ meeting

Between 20-22 June, partners of the LIFE Aegypius Return project met at
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One more Cinereous Vulture collides with wind turbine in Thrace, Greece, highlighting growing concerns 

In a tragic incident on 30 April, a Cinereous Vulture collided with
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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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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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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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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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EAZA Best Practice Guidelines for Cinereous Vulture  

After extensive work coordinated by the Cinereous Vulture European Endangered Species Programme
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