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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We need your help to raise €7,500 to get Bearded Vultures on the Move!

Right now, we at the Vulture Conservation Foundation and our partners are reintroducing or restocking bearded vultures in five different regions of Europe and all these projects depend on the 174 birds which are part of the Bearded Vulture Captive Breeding Network a European Endangered Species Programme for conservation, led by us, and which has been working non-stop since 1978.

 

We urgently need to transport 19 bearded vultures across Europe to help them be safe from disease and to find partners. And we need your help to make it happen!

 

For the first time, we have launched a public fundraising campaign and we would love you to be part of the comeback of the bearded vulture to the European skies!

Your support is critical to secure the transport of these birds safely and quickly. Please visit our fundraising page to find out how you can help!

Latest news from the Vulture Conservation Foundation

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2018

14 Griffon vultures released in Sardinia to boost the local population

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19

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2018

Help us get BEARDED VULTURES ON THE MOVE with our first ever public fundraising campaign

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2018

Reintroduction of cinereous vultures in Bulgaria – what is happening with the three birds released?

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2018

Captive-bred bearded vultures released in Baronnies National Park doing well

Clapas, Drumana and Simay at a feeding station
Clapas, Drumana and Simay at a feeding station
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Fri

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Sep

2018

Happy ending for Portuguese cinereous vulture pair that lost chick to fire last year

Cinereous vulture chick fledging in the Douro International Natural Park
Cinereous vulture chick fledging in the Douro International Natural Park
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2018

Significant progress for anti-poison work in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Wed

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Sep

2018

Captive-bred Egyptian vultures released in Bulgaria now on the move!

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