This publication gives an overview of the vulture conservation work done in the Balkan Peninsula and the adjacent regions during the last decade. Papers have been contributed from Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey, following the last Balkan Vulture Action Plan Workshop (11–13 May 2011, Vratsa, Bulgaria). Each article is followed by information on its author/s.
The main goal of this publication is to present the actual status and trends of the four European vulture species in each country and show the conservation work done over the last ten years.
The costs for this publication were covered by the Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) and the work was coordinated by Jovan Andevski through the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF)
The electronic version is available for download here