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Vulture in enclosure.
Vulture captive breeding center, Pinjore, Haryana, India
© Conservation International/photo by Jack Tordoff
Averting the Extinction of Critically Endangered Vultures in the Western Ghats
Grantee Name: 
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
HOTSPOT
Western Ghats and Sri Lanka
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$99,957
DATES
Jan 2010
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Jun 2011
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Project Overview Overview
HOTSPOT
Western Ghats and Sri Lanka
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$99,957
DATES
Jan 2010
-
Jun 2011

Avert the extinction of Critically Endangered vultures in the Western Ghats through a combination of in situ conservation measures and ex situ conservation breeding. Establish the size, status and threat situation of vulture populations in the Western Ghats, expand a captive breeding program aimed at providing birds for reintroduction and advocate for key policy responses at national and state levels.