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LIFE Rupis: Layman’s report and project films now available

The LIFE Rupis project implemented integrated conservation actions to preserve threatened birds …

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Egyptian Vulture Alvor successfully released in Tejo Internacional (Portugal)

A young Egyptian Vulture that had a false start in life got a second …

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New research reveals when, where, and why Egyptian Vultures are dying

A new tracking study covering most of the global Egyptian Vulture distribution reveals that …

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Express rescue mission rehabilitates, tags and releases Cinereous Vulture breeding adult in Salamanca (Spain)

An adult Cinereous Vulture, a breeding bird in the province of Salamanca in …

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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro arrived in the Douro two months after its early return to Europe

At first, we were worried that Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro might not survive in the …

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Most vulture mortality cases in the Douro between 2015-2019 related to illegal wildlife poisoning

The LIFE Rupis project, which started in 2015 and finished in 2020, …

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French Egyptian Vulture Buoux that spent much of its life in captivity explores African wintering grounds for the first time

The Egyptian Vulture Buoux did not have an easy start. The vulture …

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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro returns to Europe after spending only two months in Africa

The Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro keeps surprising us with its movements. At first, …

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Overview of Egyptian Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Overview of Cinereous Vulture conservation in 2020

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but our work …

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Research Review: Winter movement patterns of the globally endangered Egyptian Vulture in south-western Europe

Although all vulture species can travel long distances, including migratory movements by Cinereous …

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Portuguese Cinereous Vulture rescued, rehabilitated, tagged and released in the Douro

A young Cinereous Vulture got a second chance at life after the …

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The Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro finally reaches Africa against all odds!

Weak, malnourished and with problematic feathers— that’s how the life of young …

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Surprise GPS data received from Egyptian Vulture Rupis after nearly a year without information

We received an update about the movements of the first Egyptian Vulture …

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World Migratory Bird Day: A closer look into the movements of the Egyptian Vulture — Europe’s only long-distance migratory vulture

On this World Migratory Bird Day, we will take a closer look into …

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The first movements of three GPS-tagged Cinereous Vultures in Portugal that recently fledged

The Vulture Conservation Foundation, alongside its partners, equipped three Cinereous Vulture nestlings …

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Is Cinereous Vulture Carrascalinho a Real Madrid fan?

Do you remember the Cinereous Vulture Carrascalinho? Well, he was responsible for bringing together …

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Egyptian Vultures: the start of autumn migration

It’s that time of the year again when Egyptian Vultures embark on their long …

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First-ever Cinereous Vulture nestlings equipped with GPS tags in the Douro

The Douro Canyon is currently home to two Cinereous Vulture breeding pairs, …

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Egyptian Vulture Fangueiro gets new feathers to be able to fly again in the wild

A young Egyptian Vulture that had an unfortunate start in life got …

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