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.

 

Find out more about Our Work, our Vulture Conservation Projects and the our latest News

The Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project

The Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project is a cross-border initiative bringing together wildlife conservation organisations, governmental agencies and other stakeholder such as; hunting associations, farmers and scientists, in five Balkan countries to tackle illegal wildlife poisoning.

 

Keep up to date with the latest news and find out more about the project on the Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project page

Latest news from the Vulture Conservation Foundation

Wed

21

Nov

2018

A great success for Egyptian vultures breeding in Greece in the 2018 breeding season but threat of poisoning is real

Breeding pair of Egyptian vultures in Meteora (c) D.Vavylis HOS/BirdLife Greece
Breeding pair of Egyptian vultures in Meteora (c) D.Vavylis HOS/BirdLife Greece
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Tue

20

Nov

2018

Griffon vultures Arda and Kaya take a remarkable jounrey south from the Eastern Rhodope Mountains

(c) BSPB
(c) BSPB
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Mon

19

Nov

2018

New artificial nests built in Eastern Rhodope mountains for cinereous vultures

(C)VERA ALEXEYEVA
(C)VERA ALEXEYEVA
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Fri

16

Nov

2018

Bearded vulture spotted at feeding station with missing talons and digits

(c) LPO Aude
(c) LPO Aude
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Thu

15

Nov

2018

Poison strikes in the Douro canyon

Inspecting the remains of the poisoned Egyptian vultures (c) ICNF
Inspecting the remains of the poisoned Egyptian vultures (c) ICNF
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Wed

14

Nov

2018

Breeding season is under way for the bearded vulture

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Tue

13

Nov

2018

Multiple raptors, including vultures continue to be killed by electrocution in recent cases

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