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Archive for September 2015

September 2015: Nepal publishes new Vulture Conservation Action Plan for Nepal (2015-2019)

The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC), Nepal in close coordination with Bird Conservation Nepal has updated and revised the Vulture Conservation Action Plan for Nepal (VCAP) 2015-2019. The previous Plan (2009-13) had become outdated in December, 2013 having prioritised many important conservation actions. However, DNPWC Nepal recognised that a revision was needed…

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September 2015: Another record number of fledgling Endangered Gyps vultures at Conservation Breeding Facilities in India

Article contributed by Nikita V. Prakash, BNHS. Another very good year for vulture breeding between three of the Vulture Conservation Breeding Centres in India – Pinjore, Haryana, Rajabhatkhawa, West Bengal and Rani in Assam. A record 58 nestlings have fledged this year including nine Slender-billed vulture, arguably the most endangered vulture in the world. The…

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