Tag: egyptianvulture

What's new!

Tag: egyptianvulture

egyptian vulture shot malta

Juvenile Egyptian Vulture migrating to Africa disappears above Malta, likely shot

Two days ago, a juvenile Egyptian Vulture named Isabel disappeared while flying above Malta. …

Read More →

Egyptian Vultures in Italy: Captive breeding and release season a success

The endangered Egyptian Vultures in Italy are better off thanks to ongoing …

Read More →
Egyptian Vulture migration Alvor

The Egyptian Vulture autumn migration has already started!

The Egyptian Vulture autumn migration has already begun! Several of our GPS-tagged Egyptian …

Read More →
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, …

Read More →

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 …

Read More →
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 …

Read More →

Can captive breeding prevent the extinction of a migratory vulture population?

Captive breeding programmes can prove critical in saving species under threat. Such …

Read More →
Egyptian Vulture 3

LIFE Rupis: Layman’s report and project films now available

The LIFE Rupis project took an integrated approach to the conservation of …

Read More →

The spread of misinformation as a new challenge for vulture conservation

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

Read More →

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 …

Read More →

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 …

Read More →

First Egyptian Vulture observation in the UK in 150 years

Following the visit of the young Bearded Vulture “Vigo/Flysch” in the UK last …

Read More →

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 …

Read More →

The BalkanDetox LIFE Project Team Finally Met in Person: 1st NEEMO Monitor Visit and 2nd Partnership Meeting

The Project Team of the BalkanDetox LIFE project welcomed the opportunity to …

Read More →

Investigation in the Canary Islands reveals the threat of electrocution to birds like the endangered Egyptian Vulture

Environmental Agents across the Canary Islands (Agentes de Medio Ambiente de Canarias) …

Read More →

Lead ammunition is a problem for eagles and vultures

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

Read More →

Egyptian Vulture Alvor successfully released in Tejo Internacional (Portugal)

A young Egyptian Vulture that had a false start in life got a second …

Read More →

Check out the newly launched website of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

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

Read More →

Diego returned to his Italian spring-summer base, but soon after made a surprise excursion

After Diego returned to his spring-summer residence in Murge, Italy, after spending …

Read More →

Discovery of a rare Egyptian Vulture nest in Cape Verde

The recent discovery of an Egyptian Vulture nest in Cape Verde is …

Read More →
Scroll to Top