New interview with Richard Zink about the Bearded Vulture in the Alps

Bearded Vulture

Bearded Vulture, Italy,
© Henning Werth

A new interview is available on europeanraptors.org, this time about the Bearded Vulture, one of the most spectacular raptors in Europe:

Interview with Richard Zink about the Bearded Vulture in the Alps

The Bearded Vulture is one of the most interesting raptors in the world. Unfortunately, in Europe it is also one of the most endangered ones. It was completely wiped out in the Alps but thanks to a huge reintroduction program, the species is back and breeding successfully in the wild.
In this new interview, Richard Zink explains the current situation of the Bearded Vulture in the Alps, the work of the International Bearded Vulture Monitoring and the future of the species.
Richard also explains at what to look for when you see a Bearded Vulture in the Alps and where to send the data of your sightings. Every observation can yield new information.

Make sure to also visit the website of the International Bearded Vulture Monitoring:
www.gyp-monitoring.com