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April 2016: Changa Manga Vulture Conservation Centre announces first breeding success in Pakistan

WWF Pakistan has announced the successful hatching of its first two Oriental white-backed vulture chicks in February, and both nestlings are doing fine. This eagerly awaited and important milestone will hopefully herald further successes in future toward a release programme for the species back to the wild. Results from the Indian and Nepal breeding centres will be announced later in the season.

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