Gypaetus

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Gypaetus

Main entities of trackers that cooperate with WildEurope Platform in the Gypaetus section:

logoFGYPAETUS
Fundación Gypaetus (Andalucia, South Spain)
logoFCQ
Fundación para la Conservación del Quebrantahuesos (Pirineos y cordillera Cantábrica, Nord Spain)

Spain was the country where the Bearded Vulture survived in Europe. After its reintroduction in the Alps of Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France and Italy, it is now being reintroduced in the Picos de Europa, in the Cantabrian mountain range, in north-western Spain, and in Andalusia, in the south of Spain.

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El Cárabo

Cuadernos de la Naturaleza Cercana

AFRICA

LIVING PALEOLITHIC

"AFRICA SALVAJE"

Restore primal Wild Europe in Spain

MIGRATION

Between two continents and two seas

Falconiformes

Birds of Prey

Gypaetus

Quebrantahuesos · Bearded Vulture

Wolf

Lobo Aliado

Bears in Spain

The totem of Europe

Lynx

Lince ibérico

Wild Herbivores

Bison Uro Tarpan

EuroFauna

Restore primal Wild Europe in Spain

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