WORKSHOPS

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WILDLIFE CRIME SEMINARS
17 wildlife crime seminars and workshops were held, and over 350 officials from relevant authorities took part in them. For more information, see here.

TRAINING SEMINAR IN ETHIOPIA 2013

A training seminar about the study and conservation of the Egyptian vulture was held in Ethiopia in 2013. The event was attended by representatives of conservation organizations and authorities of Ethopia, Chad, Sudan, Djibouti and Somalia. More information, presentations and other relevant documents could be found here.

ANTI-POISON SEMINARS

In Greece, a total of 8 seminars were implemented to police and forestry services on the issue of the illegal use of poison. Another four seminars were carried out for Hunting Associations and management bodies (aiming Game guards and rangers who also have jurisdiction in cases of poison baits). More information could be found here.

BALKAN-LEVEL WORKSHOPS

Three Balkan-level seminars were held on different topics: (1) Conservation science - 2012; (2) Exchange experience on field techniques in 2013; and (3) Anti-poison allience - 2015. More information and relevant documents could be found here.

GREEK NSAP WORKSHOPS

Two workshops were held in Greece in relation to the Egyptian Vulture National Species Action Plan for Greece (NSAP). More information could be found here.

EVAP WORKSHOP 2015

In July 2015, an International workshop was held in Sofia with the aim to develop a Flyway Action Plan for the Conservation of the Balkan and Central Asian Populations of the Egyptian Vulture (EVFAP). Over 70 participants from 33 countires took part in the event. Workshop report and other relevant information could be found here.

 


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Volunteer to save the Egyptian Vulture 2017

Volunteer to save the Egyptian Vulture 2017


Egyptian vulture "landed" in Blagoevgrad on the International Bird Day

Egyptian vulture


An anti-poison unit with a specially trained dog joins the poison detection efforts in Kresna, Bulgaria

An anti-poison unit with a specially trained dog joins the poison detection efforts in Kresna, Bulgaria