Endangered vultures in southeastern Europe largely threatened due to human activity

Endangered vultures in southeastern Europe largely threatened due to human activity

Endangered vultures in southeastern Europe largely threatened due to human activity

Contrary to popular belief, the number of Egyptian vultures dying in Eastern Europe and the Middle East is greater than in sub-Saharan Africa; and half of these disappear due to threats of human origin: electrocution, collision with energy infrastructures, direct persecution or poisoning. This is shown in an article published in the Journal of Animal Ecology with the participation of the Cavanilles Institute of the University of Valencia.
Endangered vultures in southeastern Europe largely threatened due to human activity