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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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Record number of Bearded Vulture fledglings observed in the Alps

Bearded Vultures were very busy during this year’s breeding season, with a …

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International Observation Days – how many Bearded Vultures did we count in 2018?

In just a month, the largest count of Bearded Vultures is taking …

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Be a conservationist for a day and count Europe’s rarest vulture on International Observation Day 12 October 2019

For the 14th consecutive year, the International Bearded Vulture Observation Day (IOD) …

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How many Bearded Vulture breeding pairs are there currently in the Alps and on Corsica?

Bearded Vultures are very busy during this year’s breeding season! The monitoring …

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Are you cycling at the Tour de France? Keep your eyes open for Bearded Vultures

During this year’s long ‘Tour de France‘, cyclists will be rewarded with …

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The International Bearded Vulture Monitoring Network 2017 Annual Report

Young captive-bred Bearded Vultures released at a hacking site (c) Hansruedi Weyrich …

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2017/2018 bearded vulture breeding season in the Alps – a new record in the number of couples but productivity has decreased

Young bearded vulture in flight (C) Keystone The 29 young wild hatched …

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Why is #CountingBeardedVultures important?

Just 40 years ago spotting a bearded vulture in the mountains of …

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International Observation Days – what we found out from 2017

In just a week’s time the largest count of bearded vulture is …

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Volunteers needed to count Europe’s rarest vulture on International Observation Day Saturday 6 October

Running since 2006 and organised by by the International Bearded Vulture Monitoring …

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Updated news: First record of bearded vulture in Portugal in the last 100 years

What Portuguese birdwatchers have been waiting for so long finally happened – …

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A great set of bearded vulture spots for International Observation Day

For the 12th consecutive year teams of volunteers and experts from the …

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Bearded vulture breeding season: Good news from the Alps

This time of year, early summer, the skies above the Alps will …

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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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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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