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

19

Jan

2018

39 eggs and counting in the bearded vulture captive breeding network - like this one in La Garenne Zoo

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Wed

17

Jan

2018

With more snowstorms coming to the Alps this week, bearded vultures are… breeding!

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Tue

16

Jan

2018

An European vulture in Mauritania - and an African one in Spain

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Mon

15

Jan

2018

New paper: eggshell thickness from bearded vulture eggs from the Pyrenees decreased abruptly after 2004

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Sun

14

Jan

2018

Two cinereous vultures found dead, presumably poisoned, in Dadia (Greece)

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Sat

13

Jan

2018

Two griffons born in Amsterdam zoo transported to Sardinia to restock the wild population

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Fri

12

Jan

2018

Tagging of Ruppell´s vultures – in Africa and Spain

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Thu

11

Jan

2018

The VCF is hiring 3 new staff members!

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Wed

10

Jan

2018

Why do foraging Spanish vultures stop at the border with Portugal? Because of different sanitary policies!

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Tue

09

Jan

2018

Video: Anti-collision markers put on a high-voltage line with a drone (LIFE GYPHELP)

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Mon

08

Jan

2018

29 eggs and counting – busy period in the bearded vulture captive breeding network!

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Sat

06

Jan

2018

Rehabilitated griffons returned to the wild in southern Portugal

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Fri

05

Jan

2018

Bearded vultures featured in Le Monde

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Thu

04

Jan

2018

10 year old Spanish griffon vulture found dead in Bulgaria

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Wed

03

Jan

2018

The VCF top stories for 2017

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