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Bearded Vulture Rei del Cause peeked inside the apartment of a citizen in Poznan, Poland © Maciej Mleczko/ Facebook

Adventurous Bearded Vulture “Rei del Cause” was rescued in Poland

Curiosity piqued the interest of many in Poland, especially the birdwatching community, ...
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Cinereous Vulture Tewes in Italy © Bruno Zuliani

Tewes the Cinereous Vulture globe-trotter

The four-year-old Cinereous Vulture Tewes keeps surprising scientists and nature enthusiasts with ...
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An unknown Bearded Vulture that visited the Melchsee-Frutt release site in the Swiss Alps in 2023 turned out to be Flysch-Vigo following genetic analysis © Franziska Lörcher / VCF

No longer missing: Bearded Vulture Flysch-Vigo identified again four years after her UK visit

DNA analysis of feathers has once again identified the famed Bearded Vulture ...
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One month later: how the newly released Griffon Vultures are doing in southern Sardinia

After the release of 15 young Griffon Vultures from the Villasalto acclimatization ...
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Griffon Vulture Arricelli crosses sea from Sardinia to Sicily

Griffon Vulture crosses 373 km over the sea from Sardinia to Sicily

Arricelli makes it to Sicily – The young Sardinian Griffon Vulture, released ...
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Portuguese stakeholders strengthen cooperation for the conservation of the Cinereous Vulture

As part of the LIFE Aegypius Return project, NGOs and the competent ...
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Griffon Vulture in the Balkans: insights from the 2023 Census

Each year, several organisations in Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, and North Macedonia collaborate ...
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What is the future of Vulture Conservation

What is the future of vulture conservation? Insights from vulture experts

As we step into the new year, we are eager to envision ...
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“Zeal and great determination”: the incredible story of the first Cinereous Vultures born in Portugal after extinction 

Some weeks ago, Quercus, a Portuguese NGO, set up a trap to ...
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Bearded Vulture: preliminary results of the 2023 International Observation Days

Every year, thousands of volunteers help us monitor Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) ...
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Year one of LIFE Aegypius Return brings hope for Cinereous Vulture recovery in Portugal 

According to the latest data from the LIFE Aegypius Return project, there ...
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Egyptian Vulture Buoux is back in Africa

The Egyptian Vulture Buoux, wild hatched in France in 2018, has travelled ...
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Volunteers needed: join the Bearded Vulture International Observation Days 2023 (IOD)

On October 14th, we invite all Vulture enthusiasts to step outdoors, armed ...
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A new life for (four) Griffon Vultures in Croatia – LIFE SUPport

On September 15, four rehabilitated Griffon Vultures were set free on the ...
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Missing: Help us find Bearded Vulture Eglazine

(Download here the french version) Bearded Vulture Eglazine is one of the ...
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One of hte Cinereous Vultures after release_Ricardo Brandão:CERVAS

Is there hope for Cinereous Vulture “Esperança”?

Cinereous Vulture Esperança (which means “hope” in Portuguese) was released in 2021 ...
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Unveiling Egyptian Vultures’ Summertime 2023

As summer fades away, the Egyptian Vultures (Neophron percnopterus) that returned to ...
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Why are vultures important

Bearded Vulture in Europe: Join the International Observation Days 2023 and recap 2022’s results

Every year, thousands of dedicated volunteers lend their support to monitor Europe’s ...
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zimbro and geres cinereous vultures

Where are Zimbro and Gerês, the Cinereous Vultures released in Portugal?

Cinereous Vultures (Aegypius monachus) Zimbro and Gerês probably never crossed paths, yet ...
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Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged will act as a "proactive monitoring system"

Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged in France: a “proactive monitoring system” to reduce Bearded Vulture mortality

Strengthening the population of Europe’s most vulnerable vulture species requires a combination ...
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