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A win-win collaboration between livestock breeders and vultures in Kompsatos valley (Greece)

It has been one year now since the operation of the small-sized …

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Many chicks hatched this year again in Bulgaria’s only indigenous Griffon Vulture population

This has been yet another great year for Griffon Vultures in the …

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Lords of the Rhodopean Skies — a new online wildlife photography exhibition available for a limited time

‘Lords of the Rhodopean Skies’ features 12 images depicting some of the …

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Two Griffon Vultures from Rhodope Mountains embark on a long trip to Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia seems to be one of the most preferred travel destinations …

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Prevent poisoning: leave lead ammunition to history

Lead ammunition used in hunting activities presents a risk to vultures, other …

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Griffon Vulture with transmitter found dead in the Eastern Rhodopes

In the morning of the 26thth of February, another Griffon Vulture was …

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The Griffon Vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes reached nearly 100 pairs

The LIFE Re-Vultures project team from the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) counted …

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More fallow deer released in the Eastern Rhodopes to help improve the natural food availability for vultures

As of early February, another 14 fallow deer have settled in the …

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Five feeding sites built in the Greek part of Rhodope Mountains as part of LIFE Re-Vultures

The primary conservation objective of the LIFE Re-Vultures project in the Greek part of …

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Griffon Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

The most social of Europe’s vultures, the Griffon Vulture, is making an extraordinary comeback …

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Griffon Vulture Census results in the Balkans

The annual Griffon Vulture census coordinated by the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds(BSPB) …

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Bulgaria is about to adopt a national strategy to combat illegal wildlife poisoning

A few days ago, government institutions and non-governmental organisations joined forces to …

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The Griffon Vulture roosting sites census in the Balkans approaches

Over the past few years, concrete conservation actions helped restore the Griffon …

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Tackling the threat of electrocution in the Eastern Rhodopes to protect vultures

This summer, the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds (BSPB) and Elektrorazpredelenie Yug EAD …

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Rhodopean Cinereous Vulture pair undertakes aerial adventures

If you think the holiday season is over, think twice. At least, …

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Get to know Europe’s vultures – key facts and conservation

Vultures need all the help they can get when it comes to …

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New feeding station in Serbia aims to improve food opportunities for vultures

Fantastic news for vultures in the Balkans – conservationists are building a …

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LIFE RE-Vultures can now track the movements of two more juvenile Griffon Vultures

We will be able to track the movements of two more juvenile …

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First recorded fatality from lead poisoning for Griffon Vulture in Bulgaria

At the end of April, a mature Griffon Vulture marked with a GPS transmitter …

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Fantastic breeding results for Griffon Vultures in Bulgaria’s Eastern Rhodope Mountains

Monitoring breeding Griffon Vultures in the Eastern Rhodope Mountains (c) Dobromir Dobrev …

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