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Save the date: European Vulture Conference 2023

September 26, 2023
09:00
Cáceres‎
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the european vulture conference is coming back in 2023

We are thrilled to announce that the European Vulture Conference will return on 26-30 September 2023 in Cáceres, one of the best vulture areas in Spain and Europe!

The conference will feature experts from Europe and beyond who will discuss their latest insights on vulture conservation and research. The abstract submission will open shortly.

In addition to the scientific programme, the conference will offer several social activities that will allow participants to network and experience the rich natural and cultural heritage of the region‎.

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Arrival: 26 September 2023 | Conference: 27-29 September 2023 | Field Trips: 30 September 2023
Location: Cáceres‎, Extremadura, Spain
VenueComplejo Cultural San Francisco 

Don’t miss out. Make sure to mark this event on your calendar.

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Sign up for our email list to receive important announcements and be among the first to know when the ticket registrations and abstract submissions open. 

Over the next couple of months, we will also share regular conference updates on our social media accounts using #Vultures2023. To stay tuned and never miss any important updates, follow us on InstagramLinkedIn and Twitter.

The first European Vulture Conference took place in the Algarve, Portugal, back in 2019, and it was a success! Over 240 participants joined us in 2019, ranging from scientists to conservationists and the general public. The programme was packed and featured 72 scientific talks, 34 posters, eight symposia, three field trips and five vulture artists.

Do you want to learn more about what happened the first time around? You can read the highlights from the European Vulture Conference 2019 on our website: Day 1Day 2 | Day 3 & field trips 

The European Vulture Conference 2023 is co-funded by the European Union’s LIFE Programme within the framework of LIFE Aegypius Return, a new project that aims to consolidate and expand the Cinereous Vulture population in Portugal and western Spain.

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