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

The LIFE Rupis project implemented integrated conservation actions to preserve threatened birds …

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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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Vulture experts to the rescue: trying to save a Griffon Vulture during a field trip of the EVC

Vulture conservationists always come to the rescue of vultures when in need, …

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Tackling the threat of electrocution in the Eastern Rhodopes to protect vultures

This summer, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) and Elektrorazpredelenie Yug EAD …

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