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TL;DR news on Egyptian vulture at December 19, 2022

There are two accepted British records of Egyptian Vulture, both shot: an immature at Bridgwater Bay, Somerset and Bristol, in October 1825 and an immature at Peldon, Essex, on 28 September 1868. More recently, there was a report of an adult Egyptian Vulture seen flying high over Willingham by Stow, Lincolnshire, on 13 May 2021, although nothing more about that sighting has yet been published. An Egyptian Vulture, an endangered bird, sits on a sign promoting the importance of the protection of nature at Aher in the northeast of the Yemeni island of Socotra, April 13, 2021.