Nepal has released 12 satellite-tagged vultures which includes white-rumped vultures, eight of which are captive-bred chicks born to vultures in captivity on 17th September. A programmed SAVE- Vultures, an association which looks into the recovery and conservation breeding across Asia. This release is the second vulture release by the country of Nepal, last year it had released about six-captive rear satellite-tagged white-rumped vultures. The part to eliminate illegal use of diclofenac is important to balance & upkeep measures. Before releasing the report, the birds were been tagged with satellite and wing tags to comprehend & provide appealing information about the faction of vultures. Out of the eleven birds which were been tagged in Nepal have visited Uttar Pradesh as said by Dr.Bowden, who is working with The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Along with, the government of India has supported & granted permission to satellite tagged captive-bred white-rumped vultures. Four vultures which have been regarded as endangered, to which white-rumped is a part have been categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
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