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Obser­va­ti­on of bear­ded vul­tures during breeding

The com­pa­ny

The Tier­park Ber­lin is the lar­gest land­s­cape ani­mal park in Euro­pe with an area of 160 hec­ta­res and also inclu­des gar­den are­as. This is loca­ted in Ber­lin in the district of Fried­richs­fel­de and has a popu­la­ti­on of over 7500 ani­mals of more than 600 spe­ci­es. Click here to visit the zoo:

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The initi­al situation

Bear­ded vul­tures are an end­an­ge­red spe­ci­es. For this rea­son, Tier­park Ber­lin has been pro­vi­ding young bear­ded vul­tures for a rein­tro­duc­tion pro­gram for over 20 years. In order to be able to bet­ter obser­ve the vul­tures during bree­ding peri­od, a pos­si­bi­li­ty was sought.


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