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Importance of Protected Areas for the reintroduction of bearded vultures in the Alps – poster

Bearded vultures went extinct in the Alpine chain in the beginning of …

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Two new residents in the Vercors

Two young bearded vultures, one born in the Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna, …

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Rüppel’s Griffon Vulture wing tagged in Portugal

By Alfonso Godino & Catarina Machado The Rüppell’s Griffon Vulture (Gyps ruppellii) …

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After an incredible voyage through middle Europe, Bernd the bearded vulture decides to go alone…

In the last few weeks bearded vulture researchers and enthusiasts have followed …

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Baby in the cave – follow the new born Egyptian vulture through the nest webcam!

After 42 days of incubation, a baby Egyptian vulture nesting in a …

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Aschka and Kalandraka released in the Swiss Alps

It was still winter when Kalandraka – a young bearded vulture – …

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Young bearded vultures released in Cazorla (Andalucía), Spain

The first releases from the 2013 bearded vulture breeding programme, coordinated by …

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VCF publishes landmark compilation on the Balkan vultures

BVAP – 10 years of research and conserva Adobe Acrobat Document 4.4 MB Download …

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Glocknerlady released in National Park Hohe Tauern on 5th May

Glocknerlady (named after the highest mountain in Austria, the Großglockner, which is …

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A Black Vulture in Eastern Balkan Mountains for a first time in more than thirty years!

On April 23d a photo-trap set at the vulture supplementary feeding site in …

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Bearded vulture breeding season: First egg!

And the Oscar for the earliest breeder goes to… Marie Antoinette! She …

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Poison kills Egyptian vultures in Greece

Two Egyptian vultures were found dead by poison on the 2nd of April, close …

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VCF and BirdLife International send joint letter to European and Greek authorities about recent poisoning incident in Greece

Dramatic blow to endangered Egyptian Vulture Population Joint letter VCF-BirdLife International on …

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Griffon Vultures lay an egg in the Eastern Balkan Mountains for a second year in a row

This is the first breeding pair of Griffon Vultures in the Eastern …

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International Conference on the Protection of Griffon Vultures in Cyprus

The VCF was present at the International Conference on the Protection of Griffon …

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VCF facilitated the international workshop for the development of the Species Action Plan for the Egyptian vulture in Greece

The two day international workshop took place on the 28 of February …

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Successfull annual bearded vulture meeting 2012

The annual bearded vulture meeting of the Vulture Conservation Foundation was a …

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Announcement: Annual bearded vulture meeting 2012

We are very glad to anounce our next annual bearded vulture meeting …

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The International Vulture Awarness Day is on the 1. Sept. 2012

The first Saturday of September every year is observed as International Vulture …

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Lead poisoning – still a major thread for the Californian Condor

An actual article in the  the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of …

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