The Vulture Conservation Foundation

The Vulture Conservation Foundation is committed to conservation, restoration and protection of vultures as umbrella species for their natural habitats throughout Europe.

 

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The European Vulture Conference 2019

For four days in October we will be bringing together scientists, conservationists and the public in the Algarve, Portugal for an international congress looking at the latest research and conservation of vultures in Europe and beyond, in our first European Vulture Conference.

Latest news from the Vulture Conservation Foundation

Sat

20

Apr

2019

Which Egyptian Vulture won the race back to the Balkans?

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Thu

18

Apr

2019

Another Griffon Vulture detained as a 'spy' in the Middle East

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Wed

17

Apr

2019

Farming for vultures: the results from the LIFE+ Feeding Scavengers project

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Sun

14

Apr

2019

Bearded Vulture chicks take flight a little earlier than planned

The two Bearded Vulture chicks from Estonia's Tallinn Zoo in their travel cases
The two Bearded Vulture chicks from Estonia's Tallinn Zoo in their travel cases
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Fri

12

Apr

2019

Portugal reaffirms its commitment to tackling illegal wildlife poisoning

Representatives from organisations that have signed up to the partnership agreement for the new Antidote Programme Protocols for Action
Representatives from organisations that have signed up to the partnership agreement for the new Antidote Programme Protocols for Action
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Tue

09

Apr

2019

The adventures of Croatian Griffon Vulture Kvarner continues

Griffon Vulture Kvarner caught in flight during their travels in Italy (c) JU PRIRODA
Griffon Vulture Kvarner caught in flight during their travels in Italy (c) JU PRIRODA
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Mon

08

Apr

2019

The silent killer strikes across Greece with multiple vultures reported dead over the last two months

A Golden Eagle discovered poisoned in the Dadia-Lefkimis -Soufliou Forest National Park (c) Lavrentis Sidiropoulos.
A Golden Eagle discovered poisoned in the Dadia-Lefkimis -Soufliou Forest National Park (c) Lavrentis Sidiropoulos.
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