Vultures are magnificent birds that not only fulfill a vital function in our ecosystem, but are part of our culture and belong in the European skies. Don't let them disappear!

 

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

 

You can find the most recent news items below and the full list of news here>>

Fri

16

Feb

2018

Egyptian vulture Douro starts its migration to Europe!

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Mon

12

Feb

2018

Bearded vulture Roc Genèse is in Buseu!

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Sun

11

Feb

2018

When age does not matter – 48 years old bearded vulture is still breeding

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Sat

10

Feb

2018

Cinereous vulture flyway action plan featured in this month´s Quercus magazine

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Fri

09

Feb

2018

An update on the bearded vulture captive-breeding season – lots of eggs, chicks hatching now

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Thu

08

Feb

2018

Good news from the Alps – early start of the breeding season and already two new pairs of bearded vultures!

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Tue

06

Feb

2018

Italy – bearded vulture symposium and field count in Stelvio to be organised in March

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Mon

05

Feb

2018

More Andean condors poisoned in Colombia, while Carbofuran confirmed in Argentina

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Fri

02

Feb

2018

First for Jordan – cinereous vulture tagged and released back to the wild – He is now wintering in Saudi

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Thu

01

Feb

2018

Whooshh! An adult bearded vulture alights near a webcam in the Gran Paradiso National Park

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