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Cazorla is home to the first bearded vulture bird of the season

The first bearded vulture chick born in captivity in Cazorla (Jaen) was registered by the "Guadalentin", Bearded Vulture Breeding Center.

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Cazorla is home to the first bearded vulture bird of the season

The first bearded vulture chick born in captivity in Cazorla (Jaen) was registered by the "Guadalentin", Bearded Vulture Breeding Center.

The chicken was labelled BG1014 and was hatched naturally at 5:15 a.m. on Jan 29, under the supervision of laboratory staff.

According to reports from the Ministry of the Environment and Territorial Planning, the specimen is the son of Joseph and Keno and weighed in at 138.5 grams when he was born.

The Cazorla center technicians expect that the next birth will take place within a few days. It will be the brother to chicken BG1014 who was born yesterday.

Keno laid the first egg at the breeding centre's season on December 7, 2018. The last Toba was laid on January 21, 2019.

This season, 13 eggs were laid. However, it is worth noting that Corba, the oldest and most experienced female at the center, died at the beginning December at the minimum age of 45. This has resulted in six fewer breeding pairs.

Two eggs were obtained from Joseph and Keno.

Sabina laid three eggs because of Egg Pulling, a technique that involves removing a laid egg to allow for a greater number of eggs. This species, which is, it is well-known, of two.

After the third egg was removed, Sabina placed a false egg in the nest to ensure that Sabina wouldn't lay anymore eggs.

These are not the only young specimens. However, they have already shown some signs of pairing last season.

In December 1996, the Bearded Vulture Breeding Center Guadalentin of Cazorla was established. To date, 87 chicks have been born. These facilities have 77 bearded-vulture chicks.

Gypaetus manages Guadaletin. This means that fertilization and incubation are natural, and that the parents do not intervene in the development or incubation of the chickens.

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