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

Fri

11

Jun

2021

Research review: Understanding the links between landscape anthropization and stress in Griffon Vultures

Griffon Vultures/ illustrative © Gianluca Damiani
Griffon Vultures/ illustrative © Gianluca Damiani
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Thu

10

Jun

2021

Bearded Vultures "Bavaria" and "Wally" successfully released in the Berchtesgaden National Park in Germany

Presenting one of the Bearded Vultures © Hansruedi Weyrich
Presenting one of the Bearded Vultures © Hansruedi Weyrich
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Wed

09

Jun

2021

Why are we releasing Bearded Vultures in Germany for the first time ever tomorrow?

BG1113 before and after © Pakillo Rodriguez/ VCF
BG1113 before and after © Pakillo Rodriguez/ VCF
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Tue

08

Jun

2021

Cinereous Vulture illegally poisoned in Bulgaria less than one month following her reintroduction into the wild

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Tue

08

Jun

2021

Vultures: allies in the ecosystem, with added financial benefits

Griffon Vulture close-up © Pilar Oliva
Griffon Vulture close-up © Pilar Oliva
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Sat

05

Jun

2021

The first Bearded Vultures were reintroduced in the Swiss Alps 30 years ago today

Releasing Bearded Vultures in the Swiss National Park © SNP
Releasing Bearded Vultures in the Swiss National Park © SNP
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Fri

04

Jun

2021

Seven young Griffon Vultures of different backgrounds successfully freed into Croatia's wild

Releasing the vultures © Tomislav Bandera Anić/ Beli Visitor Centre and Rescue Centre for Griffon Vultures
Releasing the vultures © Tomislav Bandera Anić/ Beli Visitor Centre and Rescue Centre for Griffon Vultures
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