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

Sat

08

May

2021

Egyptian Vulture Alvor successfully released in Tejo Internacional (Portugal)

Alvor after his release © VCF
Alvor after his release © VCF
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Fri

07

May

2021

Check out the newly launched website of the BalkanDetox LIFE project

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Thu

06

May

2021

A GPS-tagged Griffon Vulture originating from Crete wanders alongside the Cypriot coastline

The moment of CAA's release © Silvio A. Rusmigo
The moment of CAA's release © Silvio A. Rusmigo
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Tue

04

May

2021

Save the date: GypConnect Seminar and Annual Bearded Vulture Meeting 2021

Bearded Vulture/illustrative © Bruno Berthemy
Bearded Vulture/illustrative © Bruno Berthemy
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Thu

29

Apr

2021

Diego returned to his Italian spring-summer base, but soon after made a surprise excursion

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Wed

28

Apr

2021

A Spanish Cinereous Vulture, GPS-tagged and reintroduced in Bulgaria, was probably shot in Hungary

The GPS tag of "Ichera" found © Gábor Deák, MME/BirdLife Hungary
The GPS tag of "Ichera" found © Gábor Deák, MME/BirdLife Hungary
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Tue

27

Apr

2021

Three more Griffon Vultures tagged and released in Messolonghi will help combat illegal wildlife poisoning in the Balkans

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