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12-van Overvel et al 2017 Ecology.pdf.jpg8-May-2017Cosmetic coloration in Egyptian vultures: Mud bathing as a tool for social communication?Overveld, Thijs van; de la Riva, Manuel; Donázar, José A.
1-Arrondo et al. 2018 Biological Conservation.pdf.jpg10-Jan-2018Invisible barriers: Differential sanitary regulations constrain vulture movements across country borders
8-Martin-Diaz et al. 2020 Scientific Reports.pdf.jpg18-Feb-2020Rewilding processes shape the use of Mediterranean landscapes by an avian top scavenger
13-van Overveld et al. 2018 Scientific Reports.pdf.jpg11-Oct-2018Food predictability and social status drive individual resource specializations in a territorial vulture
3-Badia-Boher et al. 2019 Journal of Appiled Ecology.pdf.jpg19-Feb-2019Evaluating European LIFE conservation projects: Improvements in survival of an endangered vulture
4-Blanco et al. 2019 Global Ecology Conservation.pdf.jpg31-Dec-2018Livestock farming practices modulate vulture diet-disease interactions
9-Morales-Reyes et al. 2018. Ambio.pdf.jpg4-Apr-2018Shepherds’ local knowledge and scientific data on the scavenging ecosystem service: Insights for conservation
6-García-Barón et al 2018 Diversity and Distributions.pdf.jpg16-Jun-2018How to fit the distribution of apex scavengers into land-abandonment scenarios? The Cinereous vulture in the Mediterranean biome
7-Green et al 2017 Journal of Applied Ecology.pdf.jpg25-Apr-2016Potential threat to Eurasian griffon vultures in Spain from veterinary use of the drug diclofenac
10-Morales-Reyes_et_al-2017-Conservation_Letters.pdf.jpg13-Jul-2017Farmer Perceptions of the Ecosystem Services Provided by Scavengers: What, Who, and to Whom