New paper details dispersion and movements of bearded vultures Gypaetus barbatus from Corsica to Sardinia

The bearded vulture population in Corsica is one of only two island populations in Europe (the other one being in Crete), and is severely threatened with extinction, as it currently only includes 3-4 pairs, which have had a very poor breeding productivity over the last decade and a half. The VCF is […]

Monitoring of a Bearded Vulture nest with camera in Andorra Spain 2011-2015

In July 1999, the Department of Environment of the Government of Andorra and the Association for the Defense of the Nature developed PACT, an action plan for the Conservation of the Bearded vulture (Gypaetus barbatus in the Principality of Andorra. Since then, the measures implemented aimed to:

Improve the legal protection of […]