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Fri

27

May

2016

Good & bad news from Andalusia: while two more bearded vultures will be released today in Castril, one bird was found dead– poisoned,  elsewhere in the province

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Wed

25

May

2016

Vagrancy season: two young bearded vultures flying around northern Europe (UK and Denmark)

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Tue

24

May

2016

LIFE RUPIS website now online

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Mon

23

May

2016

Two young bearded vultures will be released tomorrow in the Grands Causses

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Sat

21

May

2016

Demonstrating the fitting of tags to bearded vultures using Marie-Antoinette

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Thu

19

May

2016

Cimatella and Muntagnolu equipped with satellite tags

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Tue

17

May

2016

Young bearded vulture seen in the UK!

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Fri

13

May

2016

New paper suggests that nest guarding and supplementary feeding failed to increase productivity and survival of Egyptian Vultures in the Balkans

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Thu

12

May

2016

Young bearded vulture seen in Belgium

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Wed

11

May

2016

First bearded vultures hatched in captivity in Bulgaria feature in National Geographic!

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Tue

10

May

2016

Three bearded vultures successfully released in Andalucía

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Sat

07

May

2016

Captive breeding of Egyptian vultures – results from 2015

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Fri

06

May

2016

First three bearded vultures to be released in Andalucía this year put on the hacking platform today

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Wed

04

May

2016

Cimatella and Muntagnolu – two young bearded vultures – released yesterday in Corsica

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Tue

03

May

2016

Message from His Serene Highness the Prince Albert II of Monaco to celebrate the release of two young bearded vultures in Corsica today

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Mon

02

May

2016

Two bearded vultures to be released tomorrow in Corse – for the first time ever

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Sun

01

May

2016

Reintroducing bearded vultures to the wild – release season is starting soon!

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Fri

29

Apr

2016

Bearded vulture in Europe – summary of the 2015 breeding season

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Thu

28

Apr

2016

Bernardus the black vulture decided to visit our… Egyptian vulture project site in Portugal-Spain!

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Wed

27

Apr

2016

Breeding black vultures in captivity for conservation - 2015 report

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Tue

26

Apr

2016

Wild bearded vulture nestling tagged in the French pre-Pyrenees

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Sun

24

Apr

2016

Captive-bred black vulture "Bernardus" released in Verdon is now in Portugal

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Sat

23

Apr

2016

Working high above the Rhine towards international species action plans

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Fri

22

Apr

2016

New paper vindicates VCF methods – release of captive-bred bearded vultures the best method to restore populations

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Thu

21

Apr

2016

The VCF visited Bulgaria

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Mon

18

Apr

2016

Bearded vultures hatched again in the Balkans

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Wed

13

Apr

2016

Preparations underway for the first ever release of Bearded vultures in Baronnies

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Tue

12

Apr

2016

From Vienna to Tallinn and back - 20 hours on the road for bearded vulture conservation

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Mon

11

Apr

2016

Egyptian vultures eluded us at the Douro

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Sun

10

Apr

2016

Dead bearded vulture found last year in Switzerland had been released in Vercors in 2012

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Sat

09

Apr

2016

MORTALITY CAUSES FOR THE EGYPTIAN VULTURE (NEOPHRON PERCNOPTERUS) IN BULGARIA AND GREECE (1997-2015)

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Fri

08

Apr

2016

The VCF is recruiting two part-time staff members...

 

The VCF is now recruiting two new part-time staff to respond to our increasing project portfolio – a financial manager and administrative assistant, and an assistant to the bearded vulture captive breeding network.

 

You can find the details in the documents below. If you are committed to vultures, and want to be part of a young and active team, apply now!

 

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Wed

06

Apr

2016

The little Altore has been successfully adopted!

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Sat

02

Apr

2016

One altore across Europe – or how a Corsican bearded vultures chick flew from Bastia to Madrid to be adopted by a captive pair

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Fri

01

Apr

2016

The black vulture in France in 2015 – summary

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