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Tourism in protected areas could negatively affect scavenger's movements

A new study from CSIC, University of Seville and Miguel Hernández University shows that Griffon vultures breeding in a natural park tended to avoid the core touristic areas on those days with a...

Current sanitarian regulations are not enough for avian scavengers' conservation

A scientific team has studied how the use of human-origin food resources, such as landfills and intensive livestock farms, by Eurasian griffon vultures can negatively impact their conservation. ...

Apex scavengers from different European populations converge at threatened savannah landscapes

An international scientific team found that “dehesas”, savannah-like systems from the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, attract Eurasian griffon vultures from distant populations from Northern,...

Human footprint and vulture mortality

Events of non-natural mortality in human-dominated landscapes are especially challenging for populations of large vertebrates with K strategies. Among birds, vultures are one of the most threatened...