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Two cinereous vultures found dead, presumably poisoned, in Thrace (Greece)

Poison is the main threat to vultures worldwide, as identified in the …

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Why do foraging Spanish vultures stop at the border with Portugal? Because of different sanitary policies!

A new paper just published by Arrondo et al in the journal …

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Video: Anti-collision markers put on a high-voltage line with a drone (LIFE GYPHELP)

The LIFE GYPHELP project, in which the VCF is a partner, focus …

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29 eggs and counting – busy period in the bearded vulture captive breeding network!

By the 3rd of January a total of 29 eggs had been …

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Bearded vultures featured in Le Monde

The reintroduction of the bearded vulture in the Alps – one of …

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The VCF top stories for 2017

The VCF website and social media channels bring you almost every day …

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Bulgarian partners visit nest platforms for cinereous vultures in Portugal

Earlier this month a team from the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF) and …

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Cinereous Vulture Flyway Action Plan published

Strategic plan for the conservation of the cinereous vulture across its entire …

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Black vultures continue to increase in Mallorca – 2017 was again a record breeding year

The black vulture population of Mallorca, currently the only insular population of …

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Bearded vulture Adonis, the great traveler, is back in the Grands Causses!

Adonis – the great traveler, is back home – it has been …

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The status of cinereous vultures in Armenia

Details about the distribution and population size of the cinereous vulture in …

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1st egg of the 2017-2018 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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Another VCF milestone – final drafts of the European International Species Actions Plans for the bearded vulture and the cinereous vulture produced

Species actions plans (SAPs) are very important planning documents that, once officially …

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Last chance to see the spectacular documentary on our LIFE GYPCONNECT on ARTE

The TV channel ARTE – available on many cable packages – has …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps – come to Passy (Haute Savoie) next weekend (12th November) to participate in one of several public events

Asters, our local host for the 2017 annual bearded vulture meeting, is …

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Finally flying – the harrowing story of the young bearded vulture Mison

Mison can finally fly free in the mountains – but this 6 …

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Three captive bearded vultures die because of West Nile virus – a serious threat for the International Bearded Vulture captive breeding program

The VCF manages the captive-breeding stock of bearded vultures for reintroduction, under …

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Perceptions of vultures in France: a sociological study

Vultures offer us extremely important ecosystem services, but the image of these …

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The saga of bearded vulture Flamadel – a huge veterinary challenge!

On the 25th of May a bearded vulture nestling from a wild …

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Killing of a bearded vulture in Spain – suspects identified!

Late last year one of the bearded vultures released in the reintroduction …

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