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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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IOD 2017 – a day out in the mountains to count bearded vultures

The IOD (International bearded vulture Observation Days) is usually on the first …

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The International bearded vulture observation day is coming (7-8 October) – join us in the Alps!

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

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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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The young bearded vulture is now in the Netherlands…

We reported only some days ago that the young bearded vulture was …

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Young wandering bearded vulture still in Germany!

The young bearded vulture which was observed in mid-February in Western Germany …

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Bearded Vulture in Western Germany

A very interesting observation arrived today from Germany. Edith Höhner could observe …

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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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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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One altore across Europe – or how a Corsican bearded vultures chick flew from Bastia to Madrid to be adopted by a captive pair

The Corsican bearded vulture chick hatched artificially on the 18th of March, …

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One step closer to link bearded vulture populations in the Alps and the Pyrenees

Small supplementary feeding area established instrategic Aude region, promptly investigated by a …

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Two of the four pairs of bearded vultures nesting in the Parc National de la Vanoise (Alps, France) have been successful

After the first breeding in the wild in 1997 – 11 years …

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Our own Easter egg has hatched – Corsican bearded vulture chick hatches in the lab, a first in the world!

While most of you are eating – or looking for – Easter …

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New VCF protocol on bleaching bearded vulture feathers

The VCF has prepared a new protocol with guidelines on the best …

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Bearded vulture egg extracted from nest in Corsica – first step to save this highly endangered population from extinction

The sole egg of one of the few remaining bearded vulture pairs …

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21 chicks and counting – good breeding season in the bearded vulture captive breeding network – and a surprising and rare third clutch

So far there are already 21 chicks in the VCF coordinated captive …

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A wild bearded vulture found dead in the French Pyrenees – and a whole network of people mobilizes to find out what killed him!

On February 20th Pascal Borreill, a train driver, saw the body of …

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Update on Roman & Herculis, the bearded vultures released last year in Alpi Marittime: Herculis lost its transmitter but is alive! Roman is now in Vanoise

The last few days were a bit stressfull for all the staff …

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