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Live Meeting: Let’s talk vultures!

Date: Friday, 18 December 2020 Time: 14:00 – 15:30 CET Venue: Zoom …

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European vulture comeback boosted by new agreement

Vultures are a vital yet vulnerable part of European wild nature. A …

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Research review: Study demonstrates the high risk of lead poisoning in birds of prey, especially Griffon Vultures, in Spain

A recently published research article used active and passive monitoring methods to assess sublethal …

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A successful Kick-off Meeting of the newly launched LIFE project BalkanDetox LIFE

Even though partners and stakeholders could not meet in person for the BalkanDetox …

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More fallow deer relocated in the Eastern Rhodopes to support vulture conservation and broader rewilding goals

The LIFE RE-Vultures project relocated more fallow deer in the Eastern Rhodopes, which is a …

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Kick-off meeting of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

Monday, 30 November 2020 |10:00 – 16:00 CET | Zoom The Vulture …

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Research Review: Risk of exposure to diclofenac and other NSAIDs for vultures in Iberia and update on the situation in South Asia

Since the 1990s, the Gyps vulture populations of South Asia have collapsed by more …

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IUCN Vulture Specialist Group’s Guide for attaching harness tracking devices to vultures and condors

Tracking the movements and behaviour of vultures and condors by installing tracking devices …

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Celebrating the ten-year anniversary of the first Griffon Vulture releases in the Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria, to reintroduce the species

Ten years ago, on 27 October, the first Griffon Vulture releases in …

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Portuguese Cinereous Vulture rescued, rehabilitated, tagged and released in the Douro

A young Cinereous Vulture got a second chance at life after the …

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BalkanDetox LIFE: New project combats illegal wildlife poisoning across Balkan countries

Launch of EU-funded project raises awareness and strengthens national capacities to fight …

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Latest newsletter of the IUCN’s Vulture Specialist Group (October 2020)

The IUCN’s Vulture Specialist Group (VSG) have published their latest biannual newsletter, which covers …

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Vulture Conservation Foundation’s position on the proposal to legalize poison bait use in Bulgaria’s nature

The Bulgarian Council of Ministers might approve amendments in the Hunting and …

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Book: A Vulture Landscape — Twelve Months in Extremadura

Through storytelling and beautiful imagery, Ian Parsons, the author of “A Vulture …

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Cinereous Vulture population in Extremadura is booming, helping support reintroduction efforts in Bulgaria

The Cinereous Vulture population in Extremadura is soaring, with 837 breeding pairs …

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​The Ambassador of Spain in Bulgaria visited the Green Balkans as part of the Vultures Back to LIFE project

The Ambassador of Spain in Bulgaria recently visited the Green Balkans Wildlife …

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The first movements of three GPS-tagged Cinereous Vultures in Portugal that recently fledged

The Vulture Conservation Foundation, alongside its partners, equipped three Cinereous Vulture nestlings …

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Upcoming Virtual Vulture Trivia Quizzes — for adults and families

We invite all nature and vulture fans to join us to test …

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Vulture watching: Tarifa during bird migration – the European region where you might see six vulture species!

Europe is home to four native vulture species – Bearded, Cinereous, Egyptian …

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Research review: study finds no clear evidence that vultures spread microorganisms to humans and other species, but more likely reduce disease transmission

A recently published study illustrates that although vultures can carry microorganisms that can cause …

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