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Portuguese and Spanish work teams at Herdade da Contenda ©VCF

Transboundary cooperation to protect the Cinereous Vulture breeding colony at Herdade da Contenda, southern Portugal

In a collaborative effort, the LIFE Aegypius Return project promotes cooperation between ...
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Record numbers of Cinereous Vulture and Griffon Vulture pairs observed in Bulgaria since conservation efforts began

Exciting news for vultures continues in Bulgaria, with a record number of ...
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Cinereous Vulture nest at the Douro Internacional 2024 © Palombar

Optimistic developments in Portugal’s most vulnerable Cinereous Vulture breeding colony

During the 2024 breeding season, the LIFE Aegypius Return project team observed ...
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Portuguese stakeholders strengthen cooperation for the conservation of the Cinereous Vulture

As part of the LIFE Aegypius Return project, NGOs and the competent ...
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It looks like Cinereous Vulture chicks will hatch again in Bulgaria

In an exciting start to the 2024 season, two pairs of Cinereous ...
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Filmmaker needed for LIFE Aegypius Return documentary in Portugal and Western Spain

We are thrilled to announce a unique opportunity for filmmakers to be ...
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Vultures have personality too – in life and death 

The movements of the Cinereous Vultures tagged with GPS/GSM transmitters within LIFE ...
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Bearded Vulture LIFE: project website recently launched

The Bearded Vulture LIFE project has a new website, where you can ...
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Another 49 police officers trained in rescuing and handling Cinereous Vultures in Portugal – LIFE Aegypius Return

In Portugal, wildlife rescue is usually ensured by a special department (SEPNA) ...
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Safer nests and new nesting platforms for Cinereous Vultures in Portugal – LIFE Aegypius Return 

The Cinereous Vulture population in Portugal has now safer nests and new ...
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2023 in review: our work 4 Vultures

Out with the Old, In with the New! 2023 in review: as ...
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“Zeal and great determination”: the incredible story of the first Cinereous Vultures born in Portugal after extinction 

Some weeks ago, Quercus, a Portuguese NGO, set up a trap to ...
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European Vulture Conference 2023 Takeaways: What are the latest updates on vulture conservation and research in Europe and beyond?

The second European Vulture Conference (EVC) held in Cáceres, Spain, from November ...
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Winners of the Vultures in Focus – Photography Contest

Ready to discover the winners of the Vultures in Focus Photography Contest? ...
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Cinereous Vultures in Portugal: nine artificial nests installed in Douro International Nature Park

Nine new artificial nests have been installed in the most fragile Cinereous ...
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European Vulture Conference: Unveiling the Full Programme

In just two weeks, the European Vulture Conference in Cáceres, Spain, will ...
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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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Exploring the birds of Extremadura: Field trips at the European Vulture Conference 2023

Extremadura is known as one of Europe’s significant regions for birds, particularly ...
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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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