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Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains welcomed many Griffon Vulture chicks this year again

Years of conservation efforts in the Rhodopes Mountains in Bulgaria has resulted …

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A limited-edition Bearded Vulture themed water bottle by Quechua supports the species’ conservation

With their limited-edition Bearded Vulture themed water bottle, the Decathlon’s hiking brand …

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Two more captive-bred Bearded Vultures released in Vercors as part of our reintroduction project

Vercors welcomed two new residents — two young Bearded Vultures coming from …

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The BalkanDetox LIFE Project Team Finally Met in Person: 1st NEEMO Monitor Visit and 2nd Partnership Meeting

The Project Team of the BalkanDetox LIFE project welcomed the opportunity to …

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Corsica welcomes two more captive-bred Bearded Vultures to restock the wild population

Corsica is home to one of the last two European Bearded Vulture …

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Late hatching of Bearded Vulture baby brings this captive breeding season to a close

The last Bearded Vulture chick of the 2020/21 captive-breeding season hatched quite …

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First in Europe: reintroduced Bearded Vulture that wandered in the Netherlands killed by wind farm

It was bound to happen, and it did so this morning: the young …

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LIFE Safe for Vultures: new project reinforces Griffon Vulture population in Sardinia

After the success of LIFE Under Griffon Wings, the LIFE Safe for Vultures …

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Discovery of Griffon Vulture pair nesting on a tree — first record in Portugal

It was during a census in the Tejo Internacional Natural Park in …

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Investigation in the Canary Islands reveals the threat of electrocution to birds like the endangered Egyptian Vulture

Environmental Agents across the Canary Islands (Agentes de Medio Ambiente de Canarias) …

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BREAKING NEWS: Cinereous Vultures are breeding again in Bulgaria’s wild years after their extinction

A reintroduced Cinereous Vulture pair successfully hatched a chick in Bulgaria’s wild! …

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Griffon Vulture Sunchica that needed rescuing twice embarked on an impressive return trip

After Sunchica’s second rescue, rehabilitation and release, the Griffon Vulture travelled far …

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Lead ammunition is a problem for eagles and vultures

The use of lead ammunition in hunting activities poses a severe threat …

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Habitat modelling helps assess risk of wind farms for Bearded Vultures in the Alps

Which habitats are particularly suitable for Bearded Vultures? Sergio Vignali has investigated …

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A wind farm in Navarre kills one vulture every three days

Eight months ago, a wind farm in Navarre, Spain, begun its operation, …

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Andalusian authorities identify suspect in regards to the fatal poisoning of three Bearded Vultures thanks to an appropriate investigative response

We are devastated to inform you that one wild-hatched and two reintroduced …

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Bearded Vulture Eglazine photographed in the Netherlands

Reintroduced Bearded Vulture Eglazine crosses France and embarks on an adventure in the Netherlands

A couple of weeks ago, the juvenile Bearded Vulture Eglazine left her …

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Egyptian Vulture Alvor successfully released in Tejo Internacional (Portugal)

A young Egyptian Vulture that had a false start in life got a second …

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Check out the newly launched website of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

The BalkanDetox LIFE project is a collaborative effort aiming to strengthen national …

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A GPS-tagged Griffon Vulture originating from Crete wanders alongside the Cypriot coastline

A Cretan Griffon Vulture that was released in Cyprus as part of …

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