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November 12, 2018
One more year, the Egyptian vultures flew all the way from Africa breed in Greece. According to the results of the monitoring efforts the breeding season of 2018 showed a similar trend to that of the previous year with only exception the number of successful fledglings, which has increased.
November 11, 2018
Although the Egyptian vultures might now be wintering in Sub-Saharan Africa, poison baits continue to threat and kill Greece’s wildlife and thus the HOS/BirdLife Greece carries on with its antipoison work. Just last October, HOS’ Antipoison Dog Unit had to deal with two poisoning incidents in less than two weeks.
November 1, 2017
A Greek first was the adoption of three Species Action Plans published in the Official State Gazette as three separate Joint Ministerial Decrees. A Greek first was the adoption of three Species Action Plans published in the Official State Gazette as three separate Joint Ministerial Decrees.
May 13, 2016
Join our Thunderclap "From #NatureAlert to Action" until May 16th at 12.00 (CEST) and support nature and the laws for its’ Protection!
May 7, 2016
The President of a local hunting club in northern Greece acts in “exemplary” manner, by posting photographs of shot protected species of waterbirds on social media. A relevant evidence file has been prepared on the President and the case now rests with the district attorney.

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