Two Egyptian Vultures by the names of Regina and Elodie have a new home in Bulgaria. According to Austrian media reports, the two beautiful birds were returned to the wild at Bulgaria’s Rusenski Lom Nature Park. In addition, one male Egyptian Vulture from France was taken to the same park.
The Austrian daily “Der Standard” quoted the director of the Schönbrunn Zoo, Dagmar Schratter, who said Egyptian Vultures were an endangered species and their numbers had decreased substantially, to about 30 000 animals.
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