An endandered species needs our protection
Bearded Vultures reproduce very slowly and have few young. On average it takes more than 8 years until a Bearded Vulture successfully reproduces. Bearded Vulture pairs can only raise one chick per year. Often this is only successful every second or third year. Therefore, Bearded Vultures are very sensitive to non-natural losses. To ensure a low mortality rate special protection efforts are, therefore, essential.