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Corsica: Juvenile bearded vulture tagged successfully for the second consecutive year

Last month a team from the Corsica Regional Park (Parc Naturel Régional …

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VCF new poster – griffon vulture reintroduction in the Balkans

The VCF has produced a poster about the remarkable results of the …

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Vultures & diclofenac in today´s Tages Anzeiger (in German)

Diclofenac & Vultures in Today´s Tages Anzeiger 2014-0718TagesAnzeiger.pdf Adobe Acrobat Document 729.4 …

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Bearded vultures in Stelvio National Park and the Ötztal Alps (Italy)

The reintroduction of the bearded vulture to the Alps is one of …

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IUCN Director-General adds her voice to the VCF campaign to ban veterinary diclofenac

Veterinary diclofenac has caused a 99% decline in the once formidable vulture …

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Two more Egyptian vultures tagged in Eastern Turkey in a VCF-supported project

Two more Egyptian vultures, Serhat, an adult, and Memba, a juvenile, have …

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Egyptian vulture – decline in the Balkans continuing

The colleagues from the LIFE+ project “The Return of the Neophron” have …

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Well known vulture and raptor traders imprisoned

Landmark court sentence good news to curb the growing illegal trade on …

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Casseur d´os – twenty years old and going strong

Remarkable story of a network of people in love with bearded vultures …

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Schils and Noel-Leya are getting independent

The young bearded vultures Noel-Leya and Schils were brought to the Calfeisen …

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New significant breeding nucleus of Egyptian Vultures found in Turkey

The Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) is one of the most endangered vulture …

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Thousands of French farmers, livestock breeders and hunters protest in the Pyrenees against the rewilding of the mountains

Last Saturday a street protest organised by a number of regional farming, …

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Tagged Egyptian vulture killed for the traditional medicine trade in West Africa

It is well known that Africa vultures are declining across most of …

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New paper published on the spatial ecology of the endangered Egyptian vulture in Spain

Food predictability determines space use of endangered vultures – Lopez-Lopez et al. …

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New improved guidelines for captive breeding of bearded vultures have just been published by the VCF

Guidelines and recommendations for the captive breeding of bearded vulture – 2nd …

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And here we go to a new life – bearded vultures released in the Grands Causses fledged!

On the 20th June Adonis and Jacinthe, the two young bearded vultures …

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Indian vulture conservationist makes emotive plea to FATRO – please stop manufacturing diclofenac!

Indian colleagues involved in saving the last few vultures in the Indian …

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Two more Egyptian vultures tagged in Eastern Turkey in a VCF supported project

The Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) is one of the most endangered vulture …

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The Wildlife Conservation Society, the Society for Conservation Biology & the British Veterinary Zoological Society all alert to the dangers of diclofenac

Leading conservation and veterinary organisations repeat what the VCF has been saying …

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Three new papers published recently on bearded vultures worldwide – New data confirms worrying declines in Southern Africa and the Himalayas

Three interesting papers have been published recently on bearded vultures. Data from …

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