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Arrival of a new black vulture at Alinya

Arribada d'un nou voltor negre a la Muntanya d'AlinyàIn late February a new vulture (Aegypius monachus) arrived at Alinya Natural Site brought in by representatives of the NGO GREFA. Trasgu is a young black vulture male that was donated by the Infiesto’s CRFS (wildlife rescue centre) near Oviedo, and has been placed in the pre-release aviary where he will stay for a minimum period of six months. Once the habituation period is over Trasgu will be released to join the incipient vulture colony of the Pre-Pyrenees region.

During its stay Trasgu will be housed with an unrelesable vulture that will keep him company -until it can be replaced by a healthy one-, prior to the release.

Trasgu is the 15th black vulture to join the project in Alinya since 2007, as part of the re-introduction project in Catalunya. Two of these vultures were released by the method of hacking, and the other 12, with Trasgu to follow, were released from the habituation aviary.

 

Arribada d'un nou voltor negre a la Muntanya d'Alinyà Arribada d'un nou voltor negre a la Muntanya d'Alinyà

Arribada d'un nou voltor negre a la Muntanya d'Alinyà

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GREFA (Grupo de Rehabilitación de la Fauna Autóctona y su Hábitat) es una organización no gubernamental sin ánimo de lucro, que nace en 1981 como asociación para el estudio y conservación de la naturaleza. Está formado por personas sensibles a ciertas actividades humanas que provocan el deterioro y la destrucción de parte de nuestro entorno natural.

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