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International conference on wildlife crime in Cyprus

The crime against wildlife poses a significant threat to biodiversity. Poisoning, illegal ...
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Electricity poles cause vulture electrocution in Cyprus 2024

Electricity poles in Cyprus become serial killers of the threatened Griffon Vulture

In a troubling repeat incident, electrocution has claimed the lives of two ...
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Griffon Vulture Prevails Over Near-Fatal Electrocution Accident in Sardinia

Griffon Vulture prevails over near-fatal electrocution in Sardinia

It seemed impossible for Ciuffo to survive a near-fatal incident of electrocution ...
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Day 3 Insights from the European Vulture Conference 2023

The final day of the European Vulture Conference 2023 concluded with insightful ...
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Best practices for mitigating electrocution and collision risk -International Conference in Sardinia

Electrocution and collision with energy infrastructure are among the main vulture mortality ...
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Protecting Griffon Vultures from electrocution in Croatia

Electrocution on power grid pylons is posing a particularly grave danger to ...
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Registrations are open for the International Conference “Best practices for mitigating electrocution and collision risk” 

Collision and electrocution by power lines are among the main causes of ...
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Egyptian Vulture in Italy: restocking efforts and an unfortunate death by electrocution

Conservationists have been releasing captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in Italy for years now ...
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Electrocution takes the life of Griffon Vulture Nepheli in Cyprus

The journeys of Griffon Vulture Nepheli in the Cypriot skies ended rather ...
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Research review: A Global Review of Causes of Morbidity and Mortality in Free-Living Vultures

A recent systematic review determined the most common causes of morbidity and ...
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Minimising the risk of electrocution for Griffon Vultures in Sardinia

Minimising the risk of electrocution for Griffon Vultures in Sardinia

Every year, many vultures across Europe and the world die as a ...
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Electrocuted Griffon Vulture causes wildfire in Spain: dangerous pylons are a real problem for wildlife

Another Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus)  died because of electrocution on a power line near Alburquerque, ...
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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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LIFE Safe for Vultures: new project reinforces Griffon Vulture population in Sardinia

After the success of LIFE Under Griffon Wings, the LIFE Safe for Vultures ...
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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) ...
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Electrocution and collision: Good and bad news for vultures in Castile and León, Spain

Electrocution and collision with energy infrastructure are leading causes of mortality in vultures. ...
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Electrocuted in Turkey: Vultures and other soaring birds under threat

Located at the interface of Asia, Africa and Europe, Turkey is a ...
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Rehabilitating electrocuted vultures is not an easy task

Electrocution poses a significant threat to vultures and other birds, but it ...
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Reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Extremadura killed by electrocution in Bulgaria

The Vultures Back to LIFE team went on the field to search for Cinereous ...
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Research review: New study demonstrates that human-modified landscapes increase mortality risk for Griffon Vultures

New research led by Eneko Arrondo (Donana Biological Station-CSIC) and Ana Sanz-Aguilar (Animal ...
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