/ 24 January 2024

South Africa’s largest vulture relocation project hailed as a success

African White Backed Vultures (gyps Africanus) And Lappet Faced Vulture
The initial phase of a groundbreaking effort to relocate wild Cape and African white-backed vultures (above) in Southern Africa has seen remarkable success.(Photo by: Arterra/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
A total of 160 Cape and African white-backed vultures have a new home at Shamwari Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape, where they can heal and breed

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