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After exploring the Balkans for over two months, the ‘Italian’ Egyptian Vulture reached Hungary and Austria!

Diego keeps on wandering! After Diego returned to his spring-summer residence in …

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A GPS-tagged Griffon Vulture originating from Crete wanders alongside the Cypriot coastline

A Cretan Griffon Vulture that was released in Cyprus as part of …

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A Spanish Cinereous Vulture, GPS-tagged and reintroduced in Bulgaria, was probably shot in Hungary

Professionals from PannonEagle Life+ (MME Birdlife Hungary) and Horbágy National Park Directorate were alarmed …

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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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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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First Griffon Vulture equipped with GPS tag as part of an innovative project to track illegal wildlife poisoning across seven Balkan countries

The first Griffon Vulture was equipped with a GPS tag in Bulgaria …

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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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Surprise GPS data received from Egyptian Vulture Rupis after nearly a year without information

We received an update about the movements of the first Egyptian Vulture …

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The first movements of three GPS-tagged Cinereous Vultures in Portugal that recently fledged

The Vulture Conservation Foundation, alongside its partners, equipped three Cinereous Vulture nestlings …

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Four more captive-bred Egyptian Vultures released in Basilicata as part of the restocking efforts in Italy

Our Italian colleagues have released four more young and captive-bred Egyptian Vultures …

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First Griffon Vulture equipped with GPS tag in Mallorca to study the natural colonisation of the species

Griffon Vultures naturally colonised Mallorca in 2008 and joined the resident Cinereous …

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How GPS technology is key to securing the future of vultures

GPS tracking of big birds started in the early 90s and saw …

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GPS tracking of Griffon Vultures helps prepare a better future for scavenger birds in the Côa Valley

An ambitious project implements concrete conservation actions to rewild the Côa Valley …

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More Egyptian Vultures tagged with GPS transmitters in Ethiopia and new insights into the threats they face revealed

A joint team of EWNHS, BirdLife Africa, external experts, RSPB and BSPB headed towards Afar in Ethiopia once …

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The GPS movements of the first-ever wild Portuguese Cinereous Vulture tagged stopped. What happened?

During the summer of 2018, we tagged the first wild Cinereous Vulture nestling in …

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