Satellite Tracked Vulture Movements 31 August – 7 September 2014

Please find attached the movements of our 10 Bearded Vultures: Jeremia, Springbok, Pharaoh, Inkosi Yeentaka, Wandervogel, Lehlwa, Mac, Kloutjie, Camo, Mollie; and our Cape Vultures: Bennie, Traveller and Shuttle, that are fitted with satellite transmitters and included in our monitoring program

Bearded Vulture Nestcam

Meet the vultures included in the project

Satellite Tracked Vulture Movements 27 July to 04 August 14

The latest update on the movements of the 10 Bearded Vultures and 3 Cape Vultures that are fitted with satellite transmitters and included in our monitoring program

Meet the vultures included in the project

Global uplisting of Bearded Vulture to ‘Near Threatened’

We  can confirm that Bearded Vulture will be uplisted to globally Near-Threatened. This can only be good news for the populations in Africa!

The following comes from BirdLife’s 2014 Red List update for birds

“Bearded Vulture Gypaetus barbatus is recovering in Europe, but globally it is declining because of poisoning, disturbance and collisions with powerlines, and it has now been uplisted from Least Concern to Near Threatened.”

 

Satellite Tracked Vulture Movements 6- 13 July 14

The latest update on the movements of the 10 Bearded Vultures and 3 Cape Vultures that are fitted with satellite transmitters and included in our monitoring program

Meet the vultures included in the project

Maloti-Drakensberg Vulture Project

%d bloggers like this: