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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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Record number of Cinereous Vultures photographed at a LIFE Rupis feeding station in the Douro (Portugal)

The presence of Cinereous Vultures is frequent in the feeding station in …

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Four Egyptian Vultures are back on our radar – will they migrate back to Europe?

Four Egyptian Vultures that migrated to Africa last autumn are back on our radar, …

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Watch: From extinction to recolonisation to reproduction – the return of the Cinereous Vulture in Portugal

The Cinereous Vulture was declared extinct as a breeding species in Portugal …

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Egyptian Vulture Faia is the first LIFE Rupis bird to safely cross the Strait of Gibraltar on her way back home this spring

It’s that time of the year again when Egyptian Vultures start their …

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Research review: Technical-scientific order for the analysis of the diet of Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) in the Douro Canyon

A study led by Associação Transumância e Natureza (ATN) and carried out within the …

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The GPS movements of the first-ever wild Portuguese Cinereous Vulture tagged stopped. What happened?

During the summer of 2018, we tagged the first wild Cinereous Vulture nestling in …

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Egyptian Vulture Conservation – 2019 Overview

The migratory Egyptian Vulture is unfortunately considered Endangered at a global level. …

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A Rüppell’s Vulture paid a visit to a LIFE Rupis feeding station in Portugal

A Rüppell’s Vulture (Gyps rueppellii) was recorded this summer at the feeding …

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The epic migration of the Egyptian Vulture

Did you know that the Egyptian Vulture is Europe’s only long-distance migratory vulture? The …

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More LIFE Rupis Egyptian Vultures migrated to Africa

Every year, Egyptian Vultures make a round trip of around 7,000km from …

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Crossing the Strait of Gibraltar: Egyptian Vultures Britango and Faia on the move

It’s that time of the year again when Egyptian Vultures start their …

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New study reveals amazing flexibility of migration among Egyptian Vultures

Adapted from a blog article written by Dr Steffen Oppel, RSPB What …

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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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The mystery of the Egyptian Vulture in Lamoso feeding station…solved!

The CAAN Lamoso feeding station in the LIFE Rupis project area in Portugal had …

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Continuing our monitoring efforts to understand Egyptian Vulture behaviour in the Douro (Spain-Portugal border)

The migratory Egyptian vulture carries out a 7,000km round trip between their …

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Update on summer movements of LIFE Rupis Egyptian Vultures: July 2019

The five migratory Egyptian Vultures fitted with GPS transmitters continue to provide …

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All together for Vultures: Immediate action prevents possible wind turbine collision for Cinereous Vulture Carrascalinho in Spain

Cinereous Vulture Carrascalinho has been flying in the face of danger for …

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The mystery of Egyptian Vulture Douro’s lost GPS transmitter

Egyptian Vulture Douro’s transmitter (c) Antonio Monteiro At the end of March …

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