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Red-headed Vulture
Residents in the Northern Plains of Cambodia with some seen along the Mekong River. - The rapid deline of this species is a result of a result of residues of the anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac used to treat domestic livestock. -A large part of the population now rellies on the Supplemental Feeding Program at Beong Toal Vulture Restaurant. This is organised by the Wildlife Conservation Society Cambodia (WCS). To learn more or donate to the Supplemental Feeding Program, please click here [TBD]
Scientific Name: Sarcogyps calvus
IUCN Red List Classification: Critically Endangered
Estimated number: 2,500-9,999 (Number of Mature Individuals - Global)
All year round is the recommended time of the year to see this bird
It is recommended that you will need to allow 1-2 days to see this bird

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