The Egyptian Vulture on the Balkans – a hopeful but perilous conservation story. Dimitrova, T. 00000
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“They look like humans: have bare skin, wrinkles, hairdos… Maybe that’s why many people don’t like them,” says Dr. Stoyan Nikolov from the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds about Egyptian vultures. Poisoned, electrocuted, shot, these rare and magnificent birds are the fastest disappearing raptors in Europe. The globally endangered species has become extinct in nine European countries in the past half a century. Dr Nikolov, the manager of an EU-funded conservation project along with more than 100 people on his team are working hard to make sure that the Egyptian vulture does not disappear from Bulgaria and Greece‥
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  title = {The Egyptian Vulture on the Balkans – a hopeful but perilous conservation story},
  url = {http://news.mongabay.com/2013/0702-dimitrova-egyptian-vulture.html},
  abstract = {“They look like humans: have bare skin, wrinkles, hairdos… Maybe that’s why many people don’t like them,” says Dr. Stoyan Nikolov from the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds about Egyptian vultures.  Poisoned, electrocuted, shot, these rare and magnificent birds are the fastest disappearing raptors in Europe. The globally endangered species has become extinct in nine European countries in the past half a century. Dr Nikolov, the manager of an {EU}-funded conservation project along with more than 100 people on his team are working hard to make sure that the Egyptian vulture does not disappear from Bulgaria and Greece‥},
  urldate = {2014-08-27TZ},
  journal = {Mongabay.com},
  author = {Dimitrova, Tanya},
  note = {00000},
  keywords = {Egyptian Vulture, Neophron percnopterus}
}
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