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Griffon vultures Arda and Kaya take a remarkable jounrey south from the Eastern Rhodope Mountains

(c) BSPB Two Griffon vultures are making another remarkable journey from the …

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New artificial nests built in Eastern Rhodope mountains for cinereous vultures

(C)VERA ALEXEYEVA Two new artificial nests for the cinereous vulture have been …

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Dead Griffon vulture emphasises the need for proper site selection of wind farms in Thrace, Greece

The spot that the dead Griffon vulture was found. (C) WWF Greece …

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A great breeding season for Balkan Griffon vultures

Following last summer’s success, this year’s fledging of 62 young vultures represents …

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LIFE Re-Vultures – Conserving Griffon and Cinereous vultures in the Balkans

Populations of vultures drastically decreased in the Balkans over the course of …

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Cinereous vulture found dead in the Rhodope Mountains

A Cinereous vulture was found dead in the Greek part of the …

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Latest edition of the LIFE Re-Vultures newsletter

You can read all about the exciting results from the LIFE+ Re-Vultures project …

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Wandering cinereous vulture in Bulgaria gives hope to the restoration of the species in the country

Cinereous vulture (C) Svetoslav Spasov Coming fresh from the release of two …

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More Griffon Vultures Tagged in Rhodope Mountains

More Griffon vultures have been tagged in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria …

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One step closer to bring black vultures back to Bulgaria – 1st black vultures transported from Spain to the Balkans

The first 12 black vultures from Spain that will be reintroduced in …

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Helping vultures by reinforcing wild ungulates in Bulgaria – 138 deer have already been translocated to the Eastern Rhodopes as part of the LIFE RE Vultures

One of the aims of the LIFE project “Conservation of Black and …

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Update on Vulture Research

Latest vulture science analysed: Movementsof Egyptian vultures in the Middle East and …

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On the road in Bulgaria tonight

The conservation of vultures is this too – project management and evaluation. …

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Cinereous vulture recorded on video in The Gambia – a first for the West Africa country

A cinereous vulture (Aegypius monachus) has been recorded on video at a …

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One griffon possibly down in Saudi Arabia – while another is held hostage in Iraq

It is not such a rare occurrence that a vulture is shot …

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New Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project kick-offs at the 3rd Adriatic Flyway Conference

The 3rd Adriatic Flyway Conference took place from the 19th until the …

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Strange taste for food, but immensely beneficial and vulnerable – vultures in Eastern Rhodopes. They are just brilliant! New film

A wonderful small movie about vultures was produced recently by our partner …

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New paper: Antibiotics found in carcasses left in vulture supplementary feeding sites in Portugal

 Antibiotics have been beneficial for human and animal health. However, an excessive …

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Korea peninsula – cinereous vultures know no borders too!

The cinereous vulture has an extremely large distribution range across Europe, Asia …

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Cinereous vulture tagged and released back to the wild in Jordan – in images

We have recently written about the first ever cinereous vulture which was …

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