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Reintroduced in France, electrocuted in Italy: Young Bearded Vulture Palo-Pala meets tragic end

We are devastated with the loss of Palo-Pala, a young captive-bred Bearded …

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French Egyptian Vulture Buoux that spent much of its life in captivity explores African wintering grounds for the first time

The Egyptian Vulture Buoux did not have an easy start. The vulture …

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Overview of Bearded Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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GPS and genetic monitoring: Evaluating the connectivity of Bearded Vulture populations between different massifs in France

The LIFE GYPCONNECT project aims to connect the population of Bearded Vultures in the …

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The eighth edition of La Plume du Life, the LIFE GYPCONNECT’s newsletter, released

There is only one year remaining until the end of LIFE GYPCONNECT, and …

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Call for testimony for Dolomie — the reintroduced Bearded Vulture illegally shot and killed in France

Following the illegal shooting of the young reintroduced Bearded Vulture Dolomie in …

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Released Bearded Vulture Sureau that can no longer fly due to injury has a new mission in life

This spring, the LIFE GypConnect team released Bearded Vulture Sureau in the …

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Watch: Achievements of the LIFE GypConnect project

The rarest of Europe’s vultures, the bearded vulture, was once found across …

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Carcass filled with lead shot pellets: Young Bearded Vulture reintroduced this summer in the Grands Causses (France) illegally shot and killed

Yet another Bearded Vulture was shot and killed in the Grands Causses …

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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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