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The Bearded Vulture Gypaetus barbatus , also known as the lammergeier, can only since recently be observed in Asturias. It became extinct in Picos de Europa National Park in the early 20th century due to poisoning and hunting. Since then, this astonishing scavenger bird could only be observed in the Pyrenees. As a result, the Bearded Vulture returned to these mountains.
Part of the reintroduction efforts are the use of colored markings on their wings and radio tracking devices. These allow researchers to reconstruct the routes, feeding areas and the habits of each individual in great detail.
Since , young birds are released every year and adult vultures visit from the Pyrenees. Since a few years, pairs started to lay eggs in the Picos as well. Here, a biologist of the FCQ provides a guided visit and shows us the most interesting aspects about the Bearded Vulture and the reintroduction project. After that, our specialized guide will lead us through the Picos de Europa National Park, trying to find the Bearded Vultures.
This tour is available all year round. Depending on the dates, we will go to Sierra del Cuera or the Covadonga lakes. The costs for this trip are approx. Tour dates depend on the availability of the guide.
You can book this tour via the menu on the upper right side of the screen. Click 'check availability', select a tour date and fill in the number of adult travelers. Then click 'book now'. A new screen opens which indicates the final price including group discount if applicable.