The Griffon Vulture in the Crimea. - B.A. Appak. - Berkut. 7 (1-2). 1998. P. 46-47.
Numbers of birds-necrophages are decreased in the Crimea. The Egyptian Vulture obviously has already disappeared. The Black Vulture can extinct in the near future. Population of the Griffon Vulture is more stable. Its present number is estimated in 32-34 individuals. The Griffon Vulture is a resident species in the Crimea. It is possible breeding to 6 pairs on the peninsula. [Russian].
Key words: Griffon Vulture, Gyps fulvus, the Crimea, distribution, numbers, ecology, breeding, conservation.
Address: B.A. Appak, Crimean Nature Reserve, 334270 Alushta, the Crimea, Ukraine.