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Tizón, the young Egyptian vulture released in Extremadura, is already in Southern Morocco

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Tizón , the young Egyptian Vulture released on the 24th September in the Sierra de Hornachos (Extremadura, Spain), has continued its migration south and is already in southern Morocco (see map).

Tizón had been found in August disoriented and suffering malnutrition, and after rehabilitation was released with a GSM tag by the Junta de Extremadura, AMUS and the VCF. The Egyptian Vulture is globally Endangered, and Spain is one of its strongholds.

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