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Team member holding Bearded Vulture “Veleta” in Sierra Nevada National Park before the release

Bearded Vulture “Veleta” released in Sierra Nevada National Park, Spain 

Juvenile female Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) “Veleta” from Austria was released in Sierra Nevada, ...
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Second Cycle Ruppell's Vulture hold by a Vulture recovery centre operator, showing the GPS transmitter

Rare Rüppell’s Vulture, tagged with a GPS transmitter, crosses Gibraltar and explores Iberia  

A young Rüppell’s Vulture (Gyps rueppelli) has been recently tagged by staff ...
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Joining forces for Bearded Vulture conservation in Spain: technical meeting gathers NGOs and regional governments in Gredos 

Over 30 professionals working for Bearded Vulture conservation in Spain gathered in ...
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Fresh news from the Andalusian Bearded Vulture population

How is the Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus) reintroduction project in Andalusia going ...
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Can insularity influence nestling sex ratio variation in Egyptian Vultures?

A recently published study sheds light on the factors influencing nestling sex ...
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How Rewilding Spain is bringing the Cinereous Vulture back to the Iberian Highlands

Last month, Rewilding Spain released seven Cinereous Vultures (Aegypius monachus) in the ...
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The first case of Bearded Vulture mortality potentially associated with pentobarbital intoxication 

Pentobarbital is a pharmaceutical drug commonly used for domestic animals’ euthanasia. In ...
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The first Hooded Vulture ringed in Morocco is visiting Spain

In April 2023, a Hooded Vulture (Necrosyrtes monachus) was tagged in Morocco ...
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The incredible journey of a Griffon Vulture from Spain to the Balkans and back

Vultures are known for their long-range dispersal habits, as they tend to ...
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