Jbel Moussa

Index of articles about birds, particularly raptors, observed in the area of Jbel Moussa, northern Morocco.

Griffon Vultures MA4 and MA5 were wing-tagged at Jbel Moussa, northern Morocco, on 24 May 2015

Griffon Vulture ‘MA4’ died after crossing the Strait of Gibraltar

MA4, the young Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus) was wing-tagged at Jbel Moussa last May by Rachid El Khamlichi with the help of José Antonio Sarrión Salado who was present there that day (photo above). After it’s wing-tagging, MA4 stayed 3 days locally at Jbel Moussa roosting with other vultures. On 14 August 2015, Javier Rivas …

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النسر الأسمر حر طليق نواحي محمية جبل موسى، شمال المغرب // Griffon Vulture ‘MA1’ after its release near Jbel Moussa (Rachid El Khamlichi)

Wing-tagging of Griffon Vultures launched in Morocco

The saved vulture was wing-tagged and successfully released (see below). El buitre salvado fue marcado y liberado con éxito (ver más abajo). النسر الأسمر تم ترقيمه ثم إطلاق سراحه بنجاح في محمية جبل موسى كما كان منتظرا تمت يوم الأحد 8 مارس عملية إعادة النسرالأسمر (الذي شاركنا قصته معكم الاسبوع الماضي) إلى البرية بنجاح بعد …

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