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Do animals recognise their disabilities? Some evidence from bearded vulture Kirma

The VCF coordinates the bearded vulture captive breeding network, managed specifically for …

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New bearded vulture pairs in the French Alps

With the breeding season in full swing, preliminary data about the bearded …

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One step closer to link bearded vulture populations in the Alps and Pyrenees – LIFE+ GYPCONNECT

Staff, technicians and managers from the partners of the LIFE+ project GYPCONECT …

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A new breeding pair of bearded vultures in Savoie (French Alps)

This year a new breeding pair has established itself in the Savoie …

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Bearded vulture captive breeding (for conservation): 47 eggs and counting – and the first chicks!

So far, a total of 30 pairs of bearded vultures in the …

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The structure of bearded vulture shells and implications for conservation

The results of a very interesting research done by Mauro Hernández from …

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More good news from Andalucia – second bearded vulture pair exhibiting breeding behavior

Last year was a momentous one for the bearded vulture reintroduction project …

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Annual bearded vulture meeting, November 2015 – the conclusions are now out!

The main conclusions of the annual bearded vulture meeting 2015, held in …

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How many bearded vultures are there in the Alps? First results from the 2015 International Observation day (simultaneous census)

The bearded vulture reintroduction project in the Alps is one of the …

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New year, another breeding season – 28 eggs so far in the bearded vulture captive breeding network!

Bearded vultures are one of the earliest breeders in Europe – their …

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Where are Herculis and Roman?

Remember Herculis and Roman? They are the two young bearded vultures released in …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps 2015

After extinction in the beginning of the 20th century, bearded vultures started …

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The bearded vulture breeding season is starting!

Winter is just starting, yet for bearded vultures (both in the wild …

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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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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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LIFE+ GYPCONNECT starts – linking bearded vultures from the Alps to the Pyrenees

The new LIFE+ project GYPCONECT – funded by the EU LIFE Fund …

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