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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 …

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Discovery of a rare Egyptian Vulture nest in Cape Verde

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

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Discovery of the oldest wild Egyptian Vulture

Conservationists discovered the oldest known living Egyptian Vulture in the wild thanks …

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Egyptian Vulture Sara carries out incredible migration journey from Niger to Italy

The captive-bred Egyptian Vulture Sara, a now adult bird we have been …

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Two adult Egyptian Vultures from Bulgaria will not return to their breeding grounds this spring

Two Egyptian Vultures from Bulgaria met a tragic fate in Africa in …

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New research reveals when, where, and why Egyptian Vultures are dying

A new tracking study covering most of the global Egyptian Vulture distribution reveals that …

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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro arrived in the Douro two months after its early return to Europe

At first, we were worried that Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro might not survive in the …

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WATCH: Documentary recounts the work conducted in the scope of the LIFE Egyptian Vulture project in Italy and the Canary Islands

A documentary recently produced within the LIFE Egyptian vulture project follows the story of …

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Most vulture mortality cases in the Douro between 2015-2019 related to illegal wildlife poisoning

The LIFE Rupis project, which started in 2015 and finished in 2020, …

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Most recent results from the release techniques of captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes

For a third consecutive year in Bulgaria, the Egyptian Vulture New LIFE …

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French Egyptian Vulture Buoux that spent much of its life in captivity explores African wintering grounds for the first time

The Egyptian Vulture Buoux did not have an easy start. The vulture …

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A Swiss Bearded Vulture resurfaced in Baronnies, France, after nearly two years since last observation

Do you remember the Bearded Vulture Mison? The female vulture hatched in the …

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On a collision course: 16 Griffon Vultures killed by wind turbines in Aragon, Spain

Several Griffon Vultures met a tragic end after colliding with wind turbines …

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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro returns to Europe after spending only two months in Africa

The Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro keeps surprising us with its movements. At first, …

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2021 — Together let’s work towards a brighter future for the world and vultures

2020 is now coming to a close. As one 9-year-old replied when …

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Overview of Egyptian Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Happy Holidays from the Vulture Conservation Foundation

The team at the Vulture Conservation Foundation wishes you a very Merry …

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Research Review: Winter movement patterns of the globally endangered Egyptian Vulture in south-western Europe

Although all vulture species can travel long distances, including migratory movements by Cinereous …

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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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