Status

The Egyptian vulture is a globally endangered species, included in the IUCN Red List as “Endangered”. Its global population is estimated at 21 000-67 000 individuals with a steady negative tendency. It is strictly protected by the Bern and Bon International Conventions, as well as by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). In the past the Egyptian vulture was wide-spread throughout Bulgaria and Greece with high population numbers. Today the Balkan Peninsula is home to less than 90 pairs. The species is included in the Bulgarian Red List and is protected under the Biodiversity Act.

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First data from the field studies of the Egyptian Vulture population in Niger

First data from the field studies of the Egyptian Vulture population in Niger


Identifying critical migratory bottlenecks and high‐use areas for the Egyptian Vulture

Identifying critical migratory bottlenecks and high‐use areas for the Egyptian Vulture


Workshop on the captive breeding of the Egyptian Vulture shares expertise and best practices

Workshop on the captive breeding of the Egyptian Vulture shares expertise and best practices