March 2020: Updated SAVE Blueprint and Full Report of 9th Meeting Now Available.

By Mary Davies | 25th March 2020

  Please see the newly compiled full 9th SAVE Report, with updated Blueprint Recovery Plan, and the 9th SAVE Summary Report. The main report gives full vulture work updates from each of the six countries across Asia, and relates directly to the agreed priority actions from the Blueprint for Recovery of Asia’s Globally Threatened Vultures.…

February 2020: High Vulture profile at Convention of Migratory Species (CMS) CoP in Gujarat, India

By Mary Davies | 25th February 2020

The 13th global CoP of CMS was hosted by India this week and strongly featured vultures. Prime Minister Narendra Modi even mentioned vultures in his inauguration speech. There were three vulture side events and other presentations featuring poisoning and vulture themes. Diclofenac and NSAIDs One side-event entitled: “Veterinary drugs and the CMS Vulture Multi-species Action…

February 2020: India’s Vultures Policy Summary

By Irene Sabiniarz | 17th February 2020

A new policy summary highlighting the key actions needed for conserving India’s vultures has been agreed between the Indian SAVE Partners with support from SAVE. It highlights those key actions detailed for India in the SAVE Blueprint https://save-vultures.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/SAVE-Blueprint-2019.pdf – but also lists key facts and figures together with the critical references drawn upon in this 8-sides…

January 2020: Myanmar approves new Vulture Conservation Action Plan

By Irene Sabiniarz | 29th January 2020

Contributed by BANCA A conservation action plan for vultures in Myanmar has just been finalised, signalling a revitalisation of efforts to protect vultures by government and conservationists in the country. Myanmar is one of the last remaining strongholds for vultures in South-east Asia, where hunting and habitat in particular have devastated the carrion-base on which…

December 2019: Another landmark – tagged Himalayan Griffons released in India

By Mary Davies | 18th December 2019

Six rehabilitated Himalayan Griffon Vultures were successfully released from a release aviary in West Bengal, a few km from the Rajabhatkhawa Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre by state Minister of Forests and Biodiversity, Mr Rajib Banarjee yesterday! Chris Bowden, the Saving Asia’s Vultures from Extinction (SAVE) and RSPB’s Vulture Programme Manager said “All six are marked…

November 2019: 9th Annual SAVE Meeting featured on Bangladesh National TV

By Irene Sabiniarz | 28th November 2019

Between 4th and 6th November 2019, the ninth annual meeting of the Saving Asia’s Vultures from Extinction (SAVE) consortium took place near to the Haryana ‘Jatayu Vulture Conservation Breeding Centre’ in India. 40 attendees, representing all six range countries, Chief Wildlife Wardens from Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and West Bengal, the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, and…

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