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The latest from Changa Manga Breeding Centre

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Recently, we caught up with WWF-Pakistan Project Manager Jamshed Chaudry about Changa Manga conservation breeding centre in Pakistan, which holds a population of Critically Endangered Asian White-backed Vultures and is part of our Pakistan Vulture Restoration Project. (more…)

Poison response training in Uganda

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We are delighted to share news of expansion of our vulture conservation work into Uganda, East Africa!

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Great news from Changa Manga!

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We’re thrilled to share the news of three healthy Asian White-backed Vulture chicks, a Critically Endangered species, hatched at Changa Manga! This conservation breeding centre is run by our partners WWF-Pakistan, and is a key element of our Pakistan Vulture Restoration Project, which also includes a Vulture Safe Zone to protect wild vultures.

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Our achievements for birds of prey in 2021

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Despite the challenges we (and many others) faced in 2021, we’re incredibly proud of what we achieved for Critically Endangered vultures, and for our wonderful British birds of prey, both in the wild and in the National Bird of Prey Hospital™.  As we head into 2022, we take a look back at some our accomplishments in bird of prey conservation over the last year.
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First ever records of Egyptian Vulture migrations in Central Asia!

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We are very excited to be able to share the initial results from this project, showing the first recorded migration routes of Egyptian Vultures in Central Asia. (more…)

Meet Jaime Carlino, our Marion Paviour Awardee 2021

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We are very excited to introduce Jaime Carlino, our 2021 Marion Paviour award winner, a graduate student on Humboldt State University’s Barn Owl Research Team. Jaime works in the vineyards of Napa Valley, California and is studying where Barn Owls prefer to nest, how healthy they are and what effects this has on how successfully they reproduce. This work is particularly fascinating for us, as it aligns with our British conservation work providing nest boxes for owls. Jaime tells us more below! (more…)

Young people are vital for conservation!

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We were really happy to welcome two volunteers, Izzy and Matilda, and give them more of an insight into our vital Conservation and Research work here at the Trust. This latest article reveals what they got up to. (more…)

My first month at the Trust

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Rilee Nurse joined our Conservation and Research team here at the Trust at the beginning of August. In this latest article, we’ve caught up with him to discover more about his work, background and ambitions:

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Meet the birds – Egyptian Vulture project

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Introducing Anya, Arys, Timur and Bukhara! These four special birds are Egyptian Vultures, fitted with GPS satellite tags, as part of an exciting new project in Uzbekistan.

The aim of the project is to identify migration routes and wintering areas of Endangered Egyptian Vultures living in Central Asia. We are helping with this project by providing satellite tags to fit to the vultures, including the one fitted to the vulture named Bukhara. (more…)

Investigating UK biodiversity

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This summer we are delighted to welcome Katie Sell to our Conservation and Research Team as an intern with a particular focus on UK biodiversity:

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