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Marking an Egyptian Vulture in the Canary Islands © LIFE Egyptian Vulture project

The ‘guirre’ Egyptian Vulture population in the Canary Islands exceeds 400 individuals

In 2021, the Egyptian Vulture population in the Canary Islands, exceeded 400 …

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One more Cinereous Vulture in Portugal becomes part of important monitoring activities 2

One more Cinereous Vulture in Portugal becomes part of important monitoring activities

One more Cinereous Vulture in Portugal got a second chance in life following a …

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Bearded Vulture in flight © Hansruedi Weyrich

International Observation Days 2021: Bearded Vulture population estimates and more insights

Over a thousand participants have joined the 2021 International Bearded Vulture Observation …

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Releasing captive-bred Egyptian Vultures to the wild in Israel – is the reintroduction project working?

Releasing captive-bred Egyptian Vultures to the wild in Israel – is the reintroduction project working?

A recently published paper demonstrates the first signs of success in Egyptian Vulture reintroduction …

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Cinereous Vulture population tripled in Mallorca in the last decade

The results from the first photographic census reveal that the Cinereous Vulture …

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The marking scheme for Griffon Vultures released in Kresna Gorge in the period 2013-2021.

Reintroducing the Griffon Vulture in the Kresna Gorge, Bulgaria – 2021 overview

For the twelfth year, Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) reintroduction in the Kresna Gorge, …

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link card dimensions Cinereous Vulture reintroduced in Bulgaria chooses to winter in Romania

Cinereous Vulture reintroduced in Bulgaria chooses to winter in Romania

The Cinereous Vulture Dzhuranli, originating from Spain, has been performing impressive movements …

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Reaching the best Cinereous Vulture breeding results at Herdade da Contenda in Portugal since 2015

In 2021, the Cinereous Vulture population reached the best breeding results at …

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Reintroduced Bearded Vulture recaptured badly injured in the Swiss Alps

Unfortunately, the Bearded Vulture Donna Elvira reintroduced in the Swiss Alps collided …

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LIFE Safe for Vultures An older Griffon Vulture pair inaugurates the new breeding season in Sardinia linkcard

An elder Griffon Vulture pair inaugurates the breeding season in Sardinia

The new Griffon Vulture breeding season in Sardinia is off to a …

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LIFE GypConnect Newsletter

The tenth edition of La Plume du Life, the LIFE GypConnect newsletter, released

The LIFE GypConnect project aims to establish a breeding population of Bearded …

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First African White-backed Vulture fitted with GPS transmitter in Spain and Europe

First African White-backed Vulture fitted with GPS transmitter in Spain and Europe

A White-backed Vulture (Gyps africanus), a rare vagrant species to Europe, became …

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Juanita, the only known adult Rüppell's Vulture that calls Europe her permanent home_ANTONIO TAMAYO

Meet Juanita – an adult Rüppell’s Vulture that calls Europe her permanent home

An African vulture individual officially moved to Malaga. Researchers have recently identified …

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link card Results from the release of captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes in 2021

Results from releasing captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes in 2021 

The Egyptian Vulture New LIFE project has been releasing young captive-bred Egyptian Vultures in …

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Latest survey demonstrates population boom for the Griffon Vulture in Sardinia

The population of the Griffon Vulture in Sardinia is booming according to …

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cinereous vulture conservation 2021 highlights

Highlights 2021: Cinereous Vulture conservation

2021 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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The Rüppell's Vulture Vouzela is female and is doing well in Africa

Update: The Rüppell’s Vulture Vouzela is male and is doing well in Africa

We last shared an update on the Rüppell’s Vulture named Vouzela that …

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What happened to the five Egyptian Vultures released in Italy this summer

 In August 2021, the LIFE Egyptian Vulture project released five captive-bred Egyptian Vultures that hatched in CERM …

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Reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Kutelka performs impressive travels and finds a partner

Koutelka is a Cinereous Vulture from Spain that arrived in Bulgaria as …

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Bearded Vulture Amic photo and movements

Update on the movements of released captive-bred Bearded Vultures in Maestrazgo

Since 2018, we have been releasing young captive-bred Bearded Vulture individuals into …

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