New interview with Stavros Xirouchakis about Vultures on Crete

Stavros Xirouchakis at feeding station

Stavros Xirouchakis at feeding station

I am happy to announce another interview, this time with Stavros Xirouchakis about the current situation of the Vultures on Crete:
Interview with Stavros Xirouchakis about Vultures on Crete

Of the four European vulture species, the Bearded and the Griffon Vulture breed on Crete. The Cinereous vulture is a rare winter visitor and the Egyptian vulture is an autumn migrant.

In the interview, Stavros explains the threats to vultures on Crete (like poison and wind farms) and what needs to be done to secure a future for those magnificent raptors on Crete.

Stavros also wrote an article about vulture conservation in Greece in the upcoming book:
Buitres, muladares y legislación sanitaria: perspectivas de un conflicto y sus consecuencias desde la Biología de la Conservación.
Vultures, feeding stations and sanitary legislation: a conflict and its consequences from the perspective of conservation biology.

See here for more information about the book:
New vulture book: Vultures, feeding stations and sanitary legislation: a conflict and its consequences from the perspective of conservation biology