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Can´t miss it – the 2017 bearded vulture meeting is coming – 10-12 November, Passy, Haute-Savoie (French Alps)

The VCF coordinates and/or oversees most of the bearded vulture reintroduction projects …

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Bearded vulture Lea is flying again in the Alps!

Lea – a young captive-bred male bearded vulture which was released in the …

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The International bearded vulture observation day is coming (7-8 October) – join us in the Alps!

The International Observation Days (IOD) for bearded vultures have started in 2006, …

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All together for vultures in Extremadura (Spain)

Extremadura holds significant populations of vultures in Spain and Europe – for …

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Interesting observation of a black vulture at the Romanian Black Sea coast

On the 7th September Pál Lajos, Simó Imre, and Simó Réka Katinka …

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Black vulture seen in Lisbon

An immature black vulture was seen last Sunday (3rd September) in Queluz, …

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International Vulture Day is today – Post 4 – European black vulture – did you know…?

…that the species has increased substantially in Spain, from 250 pairs in …

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International Vulture Day is today – Post 2 – Bearded vulture – did you know…?

…that 100 years after the killing of the last wild bearded vulture …

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Bearded vulture reintroduction projects 2017 – stories from the field II: Cleo broke her wing just before release but is still flying free above Andalusia

A total of 18 young bearded vultures was released this Spring-Summer in …

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Bearded vulture reintroduction projects 2017 – stories from the field I: the long flight of Durzon!

A total of 18 young bearded vultures was released this Spring-Summer in …

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Two bearded vulture chicks fledge in the wild in Andalusia

Following the first breeding in the wild two years ago, after extinction …

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Looking back to another successful bearded vulture release season – but two birds unfortunately died

A total of 18 young bearded vultures was released this year in …

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Bearded vulture seen in Poland

A young bearded vulture with plumage typical of a second calendar year …

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The bearded vulture in the French Pyrenees – 43 pairs last year, 44 this year, and an improvement of productivity after a decade of stagnation

The results of the bearded vulture monitoring and research done by the …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps – with 45 territories, another record-breaking breeding season

Bearded vultures continue to increase in the Alps, and confirm that the …

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Black vulture breeds successfully for the third year in a row in Alentejo (Portugal)

Only three years after recolonising southern Portugal, and more than 40 years …

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Bearded vultures and lead poisoning – lead-free pilot sites on the cards in the French Pyrenees

Lead (Pb) is a metabolic poison that can negatively influence biological processes, …

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New paper – bearded vulture foraging behaviour in the Pyrenees unaffected by policy-driven carcass management measures

The potential availability of food for vultures and other scavenging birds in …

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Unlikely heroes behind the bearded vulture captive breeding programme – Andreas Eder and the animal transport van from Schönbrunn Zoo

There are now more than 40 bearded vulture pairs in the Alps, …

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Black vulture shows up in the eastern Alps

Once widespread throughout southern Europe, the black vulture now has a disjunct …

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