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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Latest news from the Vulture Conservation Foundation

Wed

03

Jun

2020

Watch how Cinereous Vultures utilize surrounding landscape for energy efficient soaring flight

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Tue

02

Jun

2020

Cinereous Vultures are breeding again in the Iberian System after more than half a century since their extinction

Acebo incubates the laying of the first Cinereous Vulture chick that hatched in the Iberian System (c) GREFA
Acebo incubates the laying of the first Cinereous Vulture chick that hatched in the Iberian System (c) GREFA
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Mon

01

Jun

2020

How are Egyptian Vultures perceived?

Egyptian Vulture (c) Iordan Hristov
Egyptian Vulture (c) Iordan Hristov
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Sun

31

May

2020

Many chicks hatched this year again in Bulgaria's only indigenous Griffon Vulture population

Griffon Vulture in the Rhodope Mountains (c) Bogdan Boev
Griffon Vulture in the Rhodope Mountains (c) Bogdan Boev
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Sat

30

May

2020

Electrocuted in Turkey: Vultures and other soaring birds under threat

Polya died from electrocution in Turkey (c) Süleyman Atil
Polya died from electrocution in Turkey (c) Süleyman Atil
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Fri

29

May

2020

Two captive-bred Bearded Vultures from Austrian and Czech zoos released in Baronnies

One of the released Bearded Vultures (c) Pascal Orabi/LPO
One of the released Bearded Vultures (c) Pascal Orabi/LPO
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Thu

28

May

2020

Poacher shot and killed reintroduced Cinereous Vulture Ultron in Bulgaria

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