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Italy – bearded vulture symposium and field count in Stelvio will take place this weekend!

Twenty years after the first bearded vulture pair bred successfully in the …

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Dispatches from the field: 3 pairs of bearded vultures incubating in Vanoise while breeding has been confirmed (at long last!) in the Écrins (Alps)

Bearded vultures became extinct in the Alps in the beginning of the …

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New paper: Antibiotics found in carcasses left in vulture supplementary feeding sites in Portugal

 Antibiotics have been beneficial for human and animal health. However, an excessive …

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Mourning bearded vulture Durzon

Two weeks ago, Léa Giraud, the coordinator of the LPO team in …

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Cinereous vulture tagged and released back to the wild in Jordan – in images

We have recently written about the first ever cinereous vulture which was …

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Bearded vulture Roc Genèse is in Buseu!

Roc Genèse, the first wild bearded vulture nestling ever tagged in the …

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When age does not matter – 48 years old bearded vulture is still breeding

Vultures are long lived birds, and in captivity some birds may reach …

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Cinereous vulture flyway action plan featured in this month´s Quercus magazine

This month´s edition of the Spanish nature conservation magazine Quercus features an …

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An update on the bearded vulture captive-breeding season – lots of eggs, chicks hatching now

Bearded vultures start breeding in Europe earlier than any other bird species, …

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Good news from the Alps – early start of the breeding season and already two new pairs of bearded vultures!

While the captive bearded vultures are keeping us really busy, their wild …

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Italy – bearded vulture symposium and field count in Stelvio to be organised in March

20 years after the first bearded vulture pair bred successfully in the …

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First for Jordan – cinereous vulture tagged and released back to the wild – He is now wintering in Saudi

Cinereous vultures are scarce winter visitors or passage migrants in the middle …

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Whooshh! An adult bearded vulture alights near a webcam in the Gran Paradiso National Park

Bearded vultures are now incubating their eggs across the Alps, including in …

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New vulture book for children (in German) – Geier Georg auf der Flucht

A new book for children on vultures, written by Rainer Nahrendorf, was …

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Bearded vultures – and one of the most remarkable wildlife comeback stories of our times – features in Geographical

Photographer Luke Massey and feature writer Katie Stacey have been shadowing some …

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We have a baby! The first bearded vulture of the season hatched in Haringsee (Austria)

Two days ago the first baby bearded vulture of the year hatched …

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Bearded vultures in the French Pyrenees safer from disturbance from helicopter overflights

The Parc National des Pyrenees, conservation NGOs and the French electricity company …

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39 eggs and counting in the bearded vulture captive breeding network – like this one in La Garenne Zoo

Almost every day now Alex Llopis, the manager of the bearded vulture …

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With more snowstorms coming to the Alps this week, bearded vultures are… breeding!

As yet another storm is about to dump very heavy snow in …

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An European vulture in Mauritania – and an African one in Spain

Last month some Dutch birdwatchers recorded a young cinereous vulture at Iouik …

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