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How many Bearded Vultures are currently present in Vercors where the species is being reintroduced?

The LIFE GypConnect project released nine more captive-bred Bearded Vultures in the wild this …

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Rehabilitated captive-bred Bearded Vulture marks the last release for 2020

A captive-bred Bearded Vulture that broke its wing and leg could not …

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Update on the Bearded Vultures recently released in France

This year, the LIFE GYPCONNECT project released eight young Bearded Vultures in the Massif …

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From the Grands Causses to the French Pyrenees — the travels of Bearded Vulture Cévennes

The LIFE GypConnect project reintroduces young Bearded Vultures into the Massif Central and the …

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Closer to reintroducing Bearded Vultures to the Grands Causses with the latest release of four birds

All four European vultures soar the skies of the Grands Causses and …

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Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures from Austrian and Czech zoos released in Baronnies

The first 2020 Bearded Vulture releases in France with the LIFE GypConnect project took …

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Research review: New study estimates the Bearded Vulture population in the Pyrenees at around 1,000 individuals

How many Bearded Vultures live in the Pyrenees? A recently published article answers this question comprehensively …

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Bearded Vultures try to breed for the first time on the Moncayo Mountains (Easternmost Central Iberian Massif)

There are around 400 Griffon Vulture breeding pairs and a few Egyptian Vulture pairs that call …

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Bearded Vulture Adonis returned to Grands Causses and paired…with another male

The Bearded Vulture Adonis that carried an impressive trip around Europe and …

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Watch: The final push – the hatching of a Bearded Vulture chick

With the Bearded Vulture breeding season in full swing and the coronavirus …

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Prevent poisoning: leave lead ammunition to history

Lead ammunition used in hunting activities presents a risk to vultures, other …

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Two reintroduced Bearded Vultures observed and identified in the wild again

Bearded Vultures Gerlinde and Calandreto who were released in different areas and …

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

The LIFE GypConnect aims to establish a breeding population of Bearded Vultures in the …

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How LIFE GypConnect is reintroducing the Bearded Vulture to Baronnies

The LIFE GYPCONNECT project aims to reintroduce a population of Bearded Vultures into the …

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Restoring Bearded Vulture populations in nature requires help from zoos

For the past few decades, we have been part of the coordinated …

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Brilliant photograph of an encounter between Bearded Vulture Carmen and Griffon Vulture in Barronies

Bearded Vulture Carmen, one of the nine Bearded Vultures released within the LIFE GypConnect project in …

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Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

From reintroducing a record of 22 Bearded Vultures into the wild to …

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Bearded Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

The bone-eating Bearded Vulture is the rarest vulture in Europe. Today, there are around …

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How the LIFE GYPCONNECT project is working to limit the use of lead ammunition

In addition to sports shooting and fishing activities, hunting alone disperses 8,000 …

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LIFE GYPCONNECT Seminar: Food support and sanitary precautions for Bearded Vultures

The LIFE GYPCONNECT team is pleased to be organising a second seminar, focusing on …

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