Direct maps of bearded vultures with GPS transmitters

RocGenèse - LPO Aude - marked 2016 in the project GypConnect

Léoux - Vautours en Baronnies - released and marked 2017 in the project GypConnect

Clapas - Vautours en Baronnies - released and marked 2018 in the project GypConnect

Simay - Vautours en Baronnies - released and marked 2018 in the project GypConnect

Drumana - Vautours en Baronnies - released and marked 2018 in the project GypConnect

Calandreto - LPO Grands Causses - marked 2017 in the project GypConnect

Girun - Vautours en Baronnies - marked 2016 in the project GypConnect

Alos - Maestrazgo - marked and released 2018

Amic - Maestrazgo - marked and released 2018

Veronika - released 1998 Swiss National Park - recaptured and re-released 2017 Haute Savoye

Mison - 2017 wildborn in the Valais, Switzerland and released in Baronnies, France

Gypsy - wildborn in Haute-Savoie, France in 2017

Fortuna - released 2015 in the Nationalpark Hohe Tauern, Austria

Lea- released 2015 in the Nationalpark Hohe Tauern, Austria

Felix2 - released 2014 in the Nationalpark Hohe Tauern, Austria

Ercu - PNR Corse - released and marked 2017 on Corsica

You can find more information on the birds released on Corsica here>>

Luna - PNR Corse - released and marked 2017 on Corsica

Muntagnolu- PNR Corse - released and marked 2016 on Corsica

Roman - Parco naturale Alpi Marittime - released 2015

Tenao - Parc National du Mercantour - released 2013

GPS tags of Herculis and Roman sponsored by:


Inactive Tags

Volcaire - Vautours en Baronnies - marked 2016 in the project GypConnect  - tag lost April 2018

Pro Natura - Vautours en Baronnies - marked 2017 in the project GypConnect - died 24.8.2017

Escampette - PNR Vercors - marked 2017 in the project GypConnect - died 21.8.2017

Viaduc - LPO Grands Causses - marked 2017 in the project GypConnect

Herculis - Parco naturale Alpi Marittime - released 2015

Herculis lost the satellite tag on the 21. February 2016. Each harness is equiped with a weak point, which will open after some time. The weak point on the harness of Herculis opened earlier than we expected and hoped. Herculis was observed after the loss of the tag and is still flying in the Alps. It is still possible to identify Herculis with an observation of rings of gentically with a found feather.

Cimatella - PNR Corse - released and marked 2016 on Corsica

Cimatella lost the tag on the 18. December and unfortunately we cannot follow her by GPS anymore. 

Arcana - LPO Grands Causses - marked 2017 in the project GypConnect

The transmitter of Arcana has some technical problems and no new GPS data are received. 

Durzon - LPO Grands Causses - marked 2017 in the project GypConnect  - died 9.2.2018

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