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Releasing Bearded Vulture Sulana in Corsica

Releasing Bearded Vultures in Corsica within LIFE GYPRESCUE

Since 2016, together with Parc naturel régional de Corse (PNRC), we have ...
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Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures released into the wild in Baronnies, France

Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures released into the wild in Baronnies, France

The LIFE GypConnect project released two more captive-bred Bearded Vultures at Parc ...
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Bearded Vulture Eglazin photographed in the Netherlands during her first visit © Neil Kampherbeek

Bearded Vulture Eglazine returns to the Netherlands – a first for the species

The Bearded Vulture Eglazine returned to the Netherlands! Even though wandering is ...
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Six Egyptian Vultures released in Bulgaria to reinforce population_Vladimir Dobrev 2

Six Egyptian Vultures released in Bulgaria to reinforce population

An Egyptian Vulture New LIFE team, led by the Bulgarian Society for the ...
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Releasing the two Bearded Vultures in Castril on 6 June 2022 © Parco Natura Viva

Four captive-bred Bearded Vultures reintroduced in Cazorla and Castril (Andalusia)

Andalusia’s wildlife welcomed new inhabitants! The latest release of four captive-bred Bearded ...
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Bearded Vulture Wally photographed in flight © @auswahl/ Instagram

Missing Bearded Vulture Wally found dead

Sad news from the Bearded Vulture reintroduction efforts in the Bavarian Alps: ...
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Spanish Cinereous Vultures Krushuna (on the left) and Galyo (on the right) 3

Nine Spanish Cinereous Vultures recently released in Bulgaria’s wild

Nine additional wild-hatched Cinereous Vultures coming from Spain have recently joined the ...
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Cinereous Vulture © Bruno Berthemy

Research review: High long-term survival and asymmetric movements in a reintroduced metapopulation of Cinereous Vultures

A recent study assessed the role survival and movements play in the ...
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The First Bearded Vulture releases of 2022 already took place

The First Bearded Vulture releases of 2022 already took place

On Monday, 9 May, the first 2022 Bearded Vulture releases into the ...
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The first Bearded Vulture releases of 2022 are just around the corner

After a long and productive breeding season in captivity, it is time ...
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Transferring Spanish Cinereous Vultures to Bulgaria for the last time

An additional batch of Spanish Cinereous Vultures is on their way to ...
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Cinereous Vulture in Bulgaria_Hristo Peshev/ FWFF

Captive-bred and reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Riga settles down in Greece

The captive-bred and reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Riga has settled down in Greece! ...
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Confirmed for the first time in Europe: A captive-bred Egyptian Vulture forms a pair in the wild

For the first time in Europe, a captive-bred Egyptian Vulture released in ...
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cinereous vulture western balkan mountains chick

Conservation milestone: Reintroduced Cinereous Vulture pair hatches the first chick in Bulgaria’s Western Balkan Mountains

Conservationists have been working for nearly 30 years to reintroduce the Cinereous ...
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Releasing a young captive-bred Bearded Vulture in Vercors in 2021 © Alain Herrault/ LIFE GypConnect project

New video illustrates the progress of the LIFE GypConnect project

The LIFE GypConnect project recently released a video offering an inside look ...
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Griffon Vultures and Cinereous Vultures in Bulgaria

The Vultures Back to LIFE project is a finalist for the European Commission’s Natura 2000 awards

The European Commission recently announced the finalists of the 6th edition of ...
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One of the recent poisoning victims in Bulgaria was a female Cinereous Vulture with an egg

This past Monday, nature conservation in Bulgaria suffered a significant blow. A ...
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Years of reintroduction efforts compromised: Four Cinereous Vultures illegally poisoned in Bulgaria

Years of reintroduction efforts compromised: Four Cinereous Vultures illegally poisoned in Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s nature has been deprived of Cinereous Vulture nesting pairs for decades. ...
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Cinereous Vultures in the Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria_Hristo Peshev_FWFF

Reintroducing Cinereous Vultures in the Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria – 2021 overview

The Vultures Back to LIFE project has been releasing Cinereous Vultures in ...
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Esperanza, the first wild-hatched Bearded Vulture in Andalusia since reintroduction project, builds its first nest

Esperanza, the first wild-hatched Bearded Vulture in Andalusia since reintroduction project, builds its first nest

Our Bearded Vulture reintroduction project in Andalusia reached another milestone! Esperanza, the ...
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