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First clutch of Bearded Vulture in the Vercors (France) since the 19th century

Discussion in 'Wildlife & Nature Conservation' started by Haliaeetus, 19 Mar 2022.

  1. Haliaeetus

    Haliaeetus Well-Known Member

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    For the first time for circa 150 years, a pair of Bearded Vultures has laid an egg in the massif du Vercors (French Alps).
    The last observation of this species dates back to 1870 in this place, before the implementation of reintroduction programs in the 2010s.
    First Bearded Vulture egg-laying in Vercors since 1870
     
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