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Two adult Egyptian Vultures from Bulgaria will not return to their breeding grounds this spring

Two Egyptian Vultures from Bulgaria met a tragic fate in Africa in ...
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New portal launched in Serbia to report bird suffering and respond in real-time

Today, bird populations face pressure from several dangers, including illegal wildlife crime ...
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More Critically Endangered vultures die in Guinea-Bissau one year following the biggest ever mass vulture mortality event in the world

Another 50 dead Hooded Vultures (Necrosyrtes monachus) have been reported at the end ...
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Poisoned to death: Only remaining Cinereous Vulture breeding colony in the Balkans loses two nesting birds

It has been years since vultures have been poisoned in the Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli ...
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Three Griffon Vultures released in Messolonghi symbolic of 1821 Greek liberation

Vulture conservation actions undertaken this year by the Management Body of Messolonghi Lagoon – ...
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Bolivia has 35 less Andean Condors following suspected mass poisoning incident

We regret to inform you that yet another suspected mass poisoning incident ...
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LIFE with Vultures Cyprus objectives for 2021: Tackling vulture threats, improving food availability and restocking threatened population

The LIFE with Vultures project will intensify conservation actions in 2021 in ...
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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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Progress review of LIFE with Vultures Cyprus

Despite 2020 being an extra challenging year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
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At least 34 Critically Endangered vultures recently killed from suspected mass poisoning in India

Vultures’ biggest threat strikes again, leaving a major disaster behind. At least ...
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Raising awareness among local communities in North Macedonia to combat illegal wildlife poisoning

An extensive awareness-raising campaign meant for the general public was implemented in ...
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The poisoned carcass of the golden eagle in Croatia

Remembering the illegal wildlife poisoning case that could lead to the first conviction of its kind in Croatia!

In 2020, yet another illegal wildlife poisoning case took place in Croatia, causing ...
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One step in the right direction — Hunting licenses suspended in Spanish estate following serious poisoning incident

A few months ago, some Spanish enforcement agents discovered a bird of ...
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A successful Kick-off Meeting of the newly launched LIFE project BalkanDetox LIFE

Even though partners and stakeholders could not meet in person for the BalkanDetox ...
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From the Balkans to the Middle East: The vast travels of a wandering Griffon Vulture

As part of the efforts to track poisoning incidents in the Balkans, ...
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Kick-off meeting of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

Monday, 30 November 2020 |10:00 – 16:00 CET | Zoom The Vulture ...
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New study estimates the extinction risk for Cyprus Griffon Vultures and identifies priority actions for their conservation

Throughout the world, vultures are faced with severe population declines and local ...
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Illegal use of poison baits in the Cypriot countryside killed one-third of the Griffon Vulture population in recent years

Poisoning is considered the biggest threat to vultures worldwide, according to the Vulture ...
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It is impossible to prove that an animal was poisoned in Bosnia and Herzegovina as there is no toxicological analysis

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is impossible to prove that an animal ...
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Vultures being incinerated (c) Mohamed Henriques

Thousands of Africa’s vultures deliberately poisoned and killed – Letter to Science published!

More than 2000 Critically Endangered Hooded Vultures (Necrosyrtes monachus) lost their lives across ...
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