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16 threatened birds- including the bearded and cinereous vultures, have much better chances in Europe now

The LIFE EuroSAP project (Life14 pre/uk/000002), coordinated by BirdLife, was an ambitious …

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Updated news: First record of bearded vulture in Portugal in the last 100 years

What Portuguese birdwatchers have been waiting for so long finally happened – …

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First bearded vultures released this year in Europe already fledged (in Baronnies), while two more birds released in Austria this weekend

This weekend two more captive-bred bearded vultures were released into the wild …

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Landmark day for vulture conservation in Europe

The 23 May 2018 wil be known as a landmark day in …

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Release season continues with another bearded vulture reintroduction in Andalusia (22nd May)

The bearded vulture release season kicked off a few weeks ago in …

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One more bearded vulture will be released tomorrow in Andalusia

This year the VCF and its partners will release at least 13 …

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One step closer to bring black vultures back to Bulgaria – 1st black vultures transported from Spain to the Balkans

The first 12 black vultures from Spain that will be reintroduced in …

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Helping vultures by reinforcing wild ungulates in Bulgaria – 138 deer have already been translocated to the Eastern Rhodopes as part of the LIFE RE Vultures

One of the aims of the LIFE project “Conservation of Black and …

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Reintroducing bearded vultures to the wild – release season is starting this Sunday!

This year the VCF and its partners will release at least 13 …

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Breeding bearded vulture dies after colliding with cable in Vanoise – single partner continues to take care of the chick

Collision with the energy infrastructure or the ski lifts has been identified …

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Banning Diclofenac in Portugal – light at the end of the tunnel?

Last week the Portuguese Parliament approved a motion recommending the Portuguese Government …

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Do we have a baby bearded vulture in the Écrins National Park (France)?

After a long wait, bearded vultures started to breed this year in …

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Cinereous vulture recorded on video in The Gambia – a first for the West Africa country

A cinereous vulture (Aegypius monachus) has been recorded on video at a …

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Adult bearded vulture seen in Mt. Olympus (mainland Greece)

An adult bearded vulture has been seen and photographed on the 6th …

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Tono and Blimunda do it again! Second bearded vulture hatched in the wild in Andalucía this year.

A second wild young bearded vulture hatched recently (March 20th) in the …

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Fourth newsletter of the LIFE+ GYPCONNECT published – linking bearded vultures from the Alps to the Pyrenees

Two years after the LIFE+ project GYPCONECT started, you can now read …

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Hope and resilience – cinereous vultures resurrect from the ashes in the Douro canyon – Happy Easter!

Easter is an important date for half of the world – and …

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68 (Easter) eggs in the bearded vulture captive breeding season – but number of resulting chicks will be average

While you are about to eat your Easter eggs – chocolate and …

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Infogipeto – latest newsletter on the bearded vulture reintroduction project in the Alps just published (in Italian)

The bearded vulture reintroduction project in the Alps is one of the …

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Strange taste for food, but immensely beneficial and vulnerable – vultures in Eastern Rhodopes. They are just brilliant! New film

A wonderful small movie about vultures was produced recently by our partner …

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