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1st egg of the breeding season in the Bearded vulture captive breeding network

The first egg of the season in the bearded vulture captive breeding …

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Removal of eggs or chicks has considerable impact in the Pyrenean population of bearded vultures – new paper

A new paper published recently (see below) suggests that the removal of …

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Four years later… justice at last! Suspect convicted of poisoning a bearded vulture in Andalucía

Poison is the number one threat to vultures worldwide, and it continues …

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Working together to update the international species action plan for the bearded vulture (LIFE EUROSAP)

More than 20 experts from 8 countries worked intensely this week in …

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From the Massif Central to the Alps – bearded vultures on the move in France

The two bearded vultures released this summer in the Grands Causses (Massif …

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Esperanza continues to give us hope

Esperanza – the first bearded vulture born in the wild in Andalucía …

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The Egyptian vulture in Algeria

Algeria has the largest population of the Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus percnopterus) …

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