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29 eggs and counting – busy period in the bearded vulture captive breeding network!

By the 3rd of January a total of 29 eggs had been …

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Bearded vultures featured in Le Monde

The reintroduction of the bearded vulture in the Alps – one of …

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The VCF top stories for 2017

The VCF website and social media channels bring you almost every day …

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Bearded vulture Adonis, the great traveler, is back in the Grands Causses!

Adonis – the great traveler, is back home – it has been …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps – come to Passy (Haute Savoie) next weekend (12th November) to participate in one of several public events

Asters, our local host for the 2017 annual bearded vulture meeting, is …

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Finally flying – the harrowing story of the young bearded vulture Mison

Mison can finally fly free in the mountains – but this 6 …

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Three captive bearded vultures die because of West Nile virus – a serious threat for the International Bearded Vulture captive breeding program

The VCF manages the captive-breeding stock of bearded vultures for reintroduction, under …

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Great perspectives for vultures in France – 23ème Rencontre du Groupe Vautours

The 23rd annual conference of the vulture network in France – held …

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The International bearded vulture observation day is this Saturday (7th October) – last chance for you to join us in the Alps!

The International Observation Days (IOD) for bearded vultures have started in 2006, …

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Can´t miss it – the 2017 bearded vulture meeting is coming – 10-12 November, Passy, Haute-Savoie (French Alps)

The VCF coordinates and/or oversees most of the bearded vulture reintroduction projects …

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Bearded vulture Lea is flying again in the Alps!

Lea – a young captive-bred male bearded vulture which was released in the …

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International Vulture Day is today – Post 2 – Bearded vulture – did you know…?

…that 100 years after the killing of the last wild bearded vulture …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps – with 45 territories, another record-breaking breeding season

Bearded vultures continue to increase in the Alps, and confirm that the …

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Bearded vultures and lead poisoning – lead-free pilot sites on the cards in the French Pyrenees

Lead (Pb) is a metabolic poison that can negatively influence biological processes, …

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Adult bearded vulture rescued and re-released back to the wild in the French Alps

On the 5th of June, a female adult bearded vulture – named …

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Guidelines for feeding bearded vultures in captivity are now also available in French

100 years after going extinct in the Alps, the bearded vulture is …

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Looking for (bearded vulture) Kilian

Kilian is an immature bearded vulture released in Austria in 2014 (Hohe …

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Spectacular aerial duel between bearded vultures in the French Alps results in the death of one of them

We have recently published evidence about the natural mortality of an Egyptian …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps – on course for another record-breaking breeding season

The bearded vulture breeding season in the Alps is quite advanced, and …

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How many bearded vultures are there in the Alps? See results from the 2016 International Observation day (simultaneous census)

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

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