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Most recent GPS movements of 58 Bearded Vultures across seven important European regions (March 2021)

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM) monitors Bearded Vultures across seven different regions …

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Alpine Bearded Vultures pairs have already produced several chicks during this breeding season

Bearded Vulture pairs in Europe are currently extra busy with their parental …

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For the first time, we are following the GPS movements of a juvenile wild-hatched Bearded Vulture from Italy

For the first time ever, a team of conservationists equipped a Bearded …

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Most recent GPS movements of 58 Bearded Vultures across seven important European regions

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM) monitors Bearded Vultures across seven different regions …

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Bearded Vultures in the Alps are busy with the new breeding season

Bearded Vulture pairs are currently extra busy with the new breeding season. …

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Wandering Bearded Vulture Pierro continues exploring unusual regions

At first, we could tell that the Bearded Vulture Pierro was a …

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Bearded Vulture “Vigo” is actually “Flysch” from Haute Savoie, and the full history of the bird now published in British Birds

The Bearded Vulture nicknamed “Vigo” that toured the UK in 2020 probably needs no …

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Preliminary results from the 2020 International Observation Days for the Bearded Vulture

Every year, Bearded Vulture researchers and enthusiasts carry out simultaneous counts across …

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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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Meet the Bearded Vultures that flew above seas and travelled vast distances in 2020

The different partners within the International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM), coordinated by the …

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Bearded Vulture Technical Webinar: Reviewing conservation and research projects across three continents

The Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting has been cancelled for the first time …

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Plumage, bleached feathers and moulting: How we can tell apart Bearded Vultures in the wild

You hear us often talking about the age of certain Bearded Vultures …

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The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network 2019 Annual Report

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network’s 2019 Annual Report is now published, …

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International Observation Days: Volunteers needed to help count Bearded Vultures in Europe on Saturday 3 October 2020

For the 15th consecutive year, the International Observation Days (IOD) will take …

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International Observation Days 2019: The Bearded Vulture population estimates across several European regions

Every year, Bearded Vulture researchers and enthusiasts carry out simultaneous counts across …

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The latest movements of captive-bred and wild-hatched Bearded Vultures across seven important European regions

The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network (IBM) monitors the Bearded Vultures across seven different …

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Research review: new article demonstrates the value of research for effective vulture conservation

A new review article published in the journal Conservation Letters has identified that the majority of …

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Bearded Vulture (c) Hansruedi Weyrich

The 2019/20 Bearded Vulture breeding season in the wild got off to an early …

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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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White Bearded Vulture observed in the Alps – a rare sight for the region

White Bearded Vultures seem to be relatively common in some mountain ranges …

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