Griffon Vulture Maps

A GPS transmitter weighs only a few grams, and yet it provides invaluable information that helps inform more accurate conservation actions. Equipping vultures with GPS transmitters enables us to closely monitor their movements and behaviour, understand their foraging ranges and habits, and detect when individuals are no longer moving and potentially injured to act accordingly. The data also reveals any threats vultures face, providing insights that allow us to carry out actions to mitigate risks and help support the species comeback.

As part of different conservation projects, we monitor several Griffon Vultures across the Balkans, Cyprus and Italy. You can also follow their lives by checking out these online maps that are open to the public!

Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged in the Balkans

Fotios – tagged in Greece to monitor poisoning

Giannis – tagged in Greece to monitor poisoning

Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged in Italy

Griffon Vulture F75 — marked in the Riserva Naturale Regionale del Lago di Cornino, Italy

Artis3 — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Artis4 — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Barca — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Cristallo — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Fenuggiu — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Timidone — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Entulzu — tagged in Sardinia within LIFE Under Griffon Wings

Griffon Vultures GPS-tagged in Cyprus within the LIFE with Vultures project

Ikaros

Nepheli

CAA

Kostis

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