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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 vultures and lead poisoning – National Park Hohe Tauern (Austria) is promoting lead-free hunting practices

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

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Two more griffons electrocuted in Andalusia

The range of threats affecting vultures is relatively well known, and indeed …

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Bearded vultures in the Alps are also breeding!

Following close on the steps of their cousins in the VCF-managed bearded …

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The bearded vulture breeding season is starting across Europe´s mountain ranges!

Winter has not yet started, yet bearded vultures are already starting a …

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Lead poisoning and vultures: new scientific contributions

Lead poisoning is a well-known threat to vultures and other scavengers, and …

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Annual bearded vulture meeting 2016 – Conclusions

The annual bearded vulture ­ organised by the VCF – one of …

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Second newsletter of the LIFE+ GYPCONNECT published – linking bearded vultures from the Alps to the Pyrenees

Fifteen months after the LIFE+ project GYPCONECT started, you can now read …

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The 2016 Annual bearded vulture meeting a great success!

The 2016 annual bearded vulture meeting – an annual conference of experts …

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A first for France – LIFE GYPHELP puts anti-collision markers on a high-voltage line with a drone

Last week ENEDIS (the French grid manager) and the LIFE GYPHELP team …

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International observation day is this weekend – join us! Last year 700 volunteers counted ~190 bearded vultures, or 70% of the estimated Alpine population

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

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Dark year for bearded vultures in Andalusia – two more birds found poisoned in the last weeks, total for this year 3

An adult male bearded vulture was found dead, poisoned, in late September …

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TV report on LIFE GYPCONNECT

A recent TV short report on the LIFE GYPCONNECT highlights the aims …

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Get out – these mountains are mine! Says the bearded vulture to the griffon vulture

Images of a violent fight between an adult bearded vulture and an …

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Results of the bearded vulture breeding season in the Alps 2016 – 43 breeding pairs, 25 chicks fledged, best year ever!

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

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Kira is no longer flying

Kira, a 6 year old bearded vulture female that had been released in …

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New film on the release of bearded vultures Lucky and Charlie in Hohe Tauern National Park (Austria)

The first young bearded vultures were released in the nationalpark Hohe Tauern …

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VCF and the Swiss Foundation Pro Bartgeier release new film about the reintroduction of bearded vultures in the Swiss Alps

Alois and Cierzo are the two male bearded vultures released this year …

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The bearded vulture in the French Alps in 2016

A total of 12 pairs were present this year in the French …

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Bearded vulture captive breeding for conservation – 2015 report published

Now that the breeding season in the bearded vulture captive breeding network …

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