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The Griffon Vulture was once very common in Israel, up to the middle of the 20th century: more than 1000 pairs bred on cliffs in most areas of the country, including the Carmel and Judean hills. The population today is about 5% its former size. Breeding pairs have survived in the Judean desert, the central Negev, the eastern Galilee and the Golan Heights. It suffers from food shortage in the south and from disturbances and low breeding success all over the country. The species is on the verge of extinction in Israel. The description above was taken from: http://www.birds.org.il/872-en/Birding-Israel.aspx UR invited 2C my other photos as well, and if U like them, UR invited to follow me.

[139] A Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) - Gamla, Israel (32°54'9.03"N, 35°44'25.65"E)

Ricky Marek

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