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Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures released into the wild in Baronnies, France

Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures released into the wild in Baronnies, France

The LIFE GypConnect project released two more captive-bred Bearded Vultures at Parc …

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Bearded Vulture Eglazin photographed in the Netherlands during her first visit © Neil Kampherbeek

Bearded Vulture Eglazine returns to the Netherlands – a first for the species

The Bearded Vulture Eglazine returned to the Netherlands! Even though wandering is …

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The First Bearded Vulture releases of 2022 already took place

The First Bearded Vulture releases of 2022 already took place

On Monday, 9 May, the first 2022 Bearded Vulture releases into the …

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The first Bearded Vulture releases of 2022 are just around the corner

After a long and productive breeding season in captivity, it is time …

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Releasing a young captive-bred Bearded Vulture in Vercors in 2021 © Alain Herrault/ LIFE GypConnect progress

New video illustrates the progress of the LIFE GypConnect project

The LIFE GypConnect project recently released a video offering an inside look …

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First Bearded Vulture egg-laying in Vercors since 1870

First Bearded Vulture egg-laying in Vercors since 1870

The Bearded Vulture disappeared from much of its range in Europe over …

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LIFE GypConnect Layman’s Report

LIFE GypConnect Layman’s Report: Strengthening the Bearded Vulture population in France

LIFE GypConnect is coming to an end. The project aimed to strengthen …

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LIFE GypConnect Newsletter

The tenth edition of La Plume du Life, the LIFE GypConnect newsletter, released

The LIFE GypConnect project aims to establish a breeding population of Bearded …

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Bearded Vulture Conservation 2021

Highlights 2021: Bearded Vulture conservation

2021 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Final LIFE GypConnect Seminar

Overview of the Final LIFE GypConnect Seminar

Around 150 Bearded Vulture conservationists, researchers and enthusiasts have joined us in …

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Reintroduced Bearded Vulture Eglazine leaves the Netherlands after six months being away from ‘home

In spring this year, the juvenile Bearded Vulture Eglazine reintroduced in the …

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Bearded Vultures in Europe

In 2021 we released 24 Bearded Vultures in Europe as part of reintroduction and restocking projects

In the late 20th Century, Bearded Vultures in Europe were on the brink of …

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Gypaète bearded vulture reintroduction pradines

From captivity to the wild: the reintroduction story of Bearded Vulture Pradines

The Grands Causses Regional Natural Park in France has a new inhabitant! …

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Grands Causses welcomes one more Bearded Vulture as part of the LIFE GypConnect reintroduction project

One more captive-bred Bearded Vulture now lives in the Grands Causses Regional …

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Necropsy results shed light on the first Bearded Vulture fatality caused by wind turbine collision in Europe

For the first time in Europe, a Bearded Vulture lost its life due …

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Releasing a young captive-bred Bearded Vulture in Vercors in 2021 © Alain Herrault/ LIFE GypConnect progress

Two more captive-bred Bearded Vultures released in Vercors as part of our reintroduction project

Vercors welcomed two new residents — two young Bearded Vultures coming from …

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First in Europe: reintroduced Bearded Vulture that wandered in the Netherlands killed by wind farm

It was bound to happen, and it did so this morning: the young …

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Bearded Vulture Eglazine photographed in the Netherlands

Reintroduced Bearded Vulture Eglazine crosses France and embarks on an adventure in the Netherlands

A couple of weeks ago, the juvenile Bearded Vulture Eglazine left her …

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Save the date: GypConnect Seminar and Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2021

It has been tough. Very tough. For all of us. Many people …

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Launch of new Bearded Vulture release season: Two young and captive-bred brothers reintroduced in the Grands Causses, France

The first 2021 releases of captive-bred Bearded Vultures into the wild already …

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