Vulture News

The journal of the IUCN Vulture Specialist Group


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EDITORIAL

ARTICLES

Communal Roosts of African White-backed Gyps africanus and Hooded Vultures Necrosyrtes monachus in Wondo Genet College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Southern Ethiopia.
Mebrat Teklemariam and Ashok Verma

Blood-borne parasites in the Black Vulture Coragyps atratus in northwestern Costa Rica.
Marian Wahl

Impact of kite string injuries and temporal variation in type of injuries/illness of White Rumped Vultures of Central Gujarat.
Aditya Roy and Kartik Shastri

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS, NOTES AND REPORTS

Possible sighting of the Indian subspecies of the Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus ginginianus in Africa.
Ivaylo Angelov, Bruktawit Abdu, Nikolay Terziev and Samson Zelleke

Cape Vulture Gyps coprotheres caught in gin trap.
David G. Allan, Patrick C. Benson, Morgan Pfeiffer & Nicholas Theron

Noteworthy field observations of the Andean Condor in Bolivia.
Diego R. Méndez Mojica

Observations of White-backed Vultures eating plant material in Namibia.
Neil Thomson, Helmuth Stehn and Peter Bridgeford

An Eurasian Griffon Gyps fulvus disadvantaged for feeding.
Alvaro Camiña and Luis Miguel Guerrero

NEWS AND COMMENTS

Egyptian Vulture Sighting - Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Genie Retief

Cape Vulture Task Force Report - 2012.
Kerri Wolter

Mass dog poisoning operation in Addis Ababa can have severe repercussions on vulture populations.
Yilma D. Abebe

New project examining Bearded Vulture movements in southern Africa to inform wind turbine placement.
Tim Reid, Sonja Krüger and Arjun Amar

IUCN Species Survival Commission: Vulture Specialist Group

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