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Fate of satellite-tracked Egyptian vultures in the Balkans

13.03.2017

This study aims to assess the mortality causes for the Balkan population of Egyptian Vulture along the flyway based on telemetry data. Since 2010, 28 individual Egyptian Vultures have been tracked with satellite transmitters from the Balkans, of which 23 were juvenile and 5 were adult birds. By mid-October 2016, 87.5% of the juveniles had died (n = 21 birds), and 40% of...

BSPB contributed to the preparation of a Multi-species Action Plan to Conserve African-Eurasian Vultures

22.02.2017

The fourth of a series of regional workshops to develop a Multi-species Action Plan to Conserve African-Eurasian Vultures (Vulture MsAP) took place from 6 to 9 February in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and was organized by the Raptors MoU. Expert from BSPB took part at the workshop and presented the Flyway Action Plan for the Conservation of the Balkan and...

The International Flyway Action Plan for the Conservation of the Egyptian vulture on the online platform SAP Tracking Tool

16.02.2017

The Flyway Action Plan for the Conservation of the Balkan and Central Asian Populations of the Egyptian Vulture (EVFAP) is the first plan, posted on the online platform for monitoring the implementation of bird action plans created within the BirdLife International project LIFE EuroSAP . LIFE EuroSAP aims to tackle the severe threats that affect the conservation...

Public Consultation Exercise: Draft Flyway Action Plan for the Conservation of the Balkan and Central Asian Populations of the Egyptian Vulture (EVFAP)

24.01.2017

The Coordinating Unit of the Raptors MoU, in collaboration with the EU LIFE+ Project ‘ The Return of the Neophron ’ of the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds ( BSPB ), has launched a month-long Public Consultation Exercise on a draft Flyway Action Plan for the Conservation of the Balkan and Central Asian Populations of the Egyptian Vulture (EVFAP) ....

A journey to the survival

18.01.2017

The idea was so simple and so important too: young people to be actively involved to the survival of the most threatened bird of Greece by disseminating messages on its protection to the local communities.  The journey started 4 years ago when students from Evros and Rhodopes regions decided to help WWF team by supporting its activities for the protection of Egyptian...

The After Life Plan of Тhe Return of the Neophron is ready

11.12.2016

The After Life Plan of the LIFE+ project „Тhe Return of the Neophron“ is ready. It describes how conservation activities for the Egyptian vulture on the Balkans are planned to continue and to develop after the end of the project, and how the longer-term management of project sites will be assured. It provides details regarding what actions will be carried...