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link card Results from the release of captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes in 2021

Results from releasing captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes in 2021 

The Egyptian Vulture New LIFE project has been releasing young captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in …

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Latest survey demonstrates population boom for the Griffon Vulture in Sardinia

The population of the Griffon Vulture in Sardinia is booming according to …

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Vulture conservation and the VCF in 2022 – a forecast

2021 was another challenging year for all of us and the planet. …

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Vulture conservation achievements 2021

It has been yet another difficult year for all of us. Yet, …

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Egyptian Vulture conservation 2021 highlights

Highlights 2021: Egyptian Vulture conservation

2021 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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What happened to the five Egyptian Vultures released in Italy this summer

 In August 2021, the LIFE Egyptian Vulture project released five captive-bred Egyptian Vultures that hatched in CERM …

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Vulture conservation works: Status of Bearded Vulture and Egyptian Vulture in Europe improves

Birds and nature suffer daily due to the unravelling biodiversity and climate …

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Educational initiatives among key local communities on vultures and poisoning in the Republic of North Macedonia

This summer, within the BalkanDetox LIFE project, our North Macedonian partners from …

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Egyptian Vulture Diego

After wintering in Sicily every year, the Egyptian Vulture Diego migrated to Africa for the first time

Do you remember the incredible Diego that keeps on surprising us with …

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Understanding the perception of wildlife poisoning in Albania and raising awareness about the problem

Wildlife poisoning in Albania is an open secret and a widespread phenomenon …

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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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Following Egyptian Vulture Sara’s GPS movements for 6 years – fourth migration from Italy to Niger a success

We have been closely following Egyptian Vulture Sara’s movements and behaviour in …

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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. …

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

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

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The Egyptian Vulture autumn migration has already started!

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

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

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

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

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

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