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Birdski: mitigating threats in ski areas to protect Bearded Vultures in the French Alps

The mountain massifs of the French Alps host large raptors such as …

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What killed bearded vulture Palanfré?

Palanfré, a captive-bred female bearded vulture released as part of our Alpine …

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Sadness, hope and resilience in Vanoise National Park

The death of a bearded vulture is always sad to report, but …

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First bearded vultures released this year in Europe already fledged (in Baronnies), while two more birds released in Austria this weekend

This weekend two more captive-bred bearded vultures were released into the wild …

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Breeding bearded vulture dies after colliding with cable in Vanoise – single partner continues to take care of the chick

Collision with the energy infrastructure or the ski lifts has been identified …

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Do we have a baby bearded vulture in the Écrins National Park (France)?

After a long wait, bearded vultures started to breed this year in …

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Adult bearded vulture seen in Mt. Olympus (mainland Greece)

An adult bearded vulture has been seen and photographed on the 6th …

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Tono and Blimunda do it again! Second bearded vulture hatched in the wild in Andalucía this year.

A second wild young bearded vulture hatched recently (March 20th) in the …

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68 (Easter) eggs in the bearded vulture captive breeding season – but number of resulting chicks will be average

While you are about to eat your Easter eggs – chocolate and …

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Palanfré – the white bearded vulture was found dead in Piemonte

Palanfré (c) Batti Gai Every bird counts, specially in the case of …

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Infogipeto – latest newsletter on the bearded vulture reintroduction project in the Alps just published (in Italian)

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

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Bearded vulture census and symposium in Stelvio National Park (Italy) – celebrating an extraordinary human and conservation adventure!

More than 200 volunteers from Italy and neighbouring countries braved the cold …

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Dispatches from the field: 3 pairs of bearded vultures incubating in Vanoise while breeding has been confirmed (at long last!) in the Écrins (Alps)

Bearded vultures became extinct in the Alps in the beginning of the …

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Good news from the Alps – early start of the breeding season and already two new pairs of bearded vultures!

While the captive bearded vultures are keeping us really busy, their wild …

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Italy – bearded vulture symposium and field count in Stelvio to be organised in March

20 years after the first bearded vulture pair bred successfully in the …

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Whooshh! An adult bearded vulture alights near a webcam in the Gran Paradiso National Park

Bearded vultures are now incubating their eggs across the Alps, including in …

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Bearded vultures – and one of the most remarkable wildlife comeback stories of our times – features in Geographical

Photographer Luke Massey and feature writer Katie Stacey have been shadowing some …

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39 eggs and counting in the bearded vulture captive breeding network – like this one in La Garenne Zoo

Almost every day now Alex Llopis, the manager of the bearded vulture …

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With more snowstorms coming to the Alps this week, bearded vultures are… breeding!

As yet another storm is about to dump very heavy snow in …

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Video: Anti-collision markers put on a high-voltage line with a drone (LIFE GYPHELP)

The LIFE GYPHELP project, in which the VCF is a partner, focus …

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