Egyptian Vultures are highly intelligent scavengers. They live in abrupt areas where there is a rocky cliff or escarpment. They are also very philopatric, tending to return to the place where they were born.
Bibei is an Egyptian Vulture tagged in his nest in the province of Orense, near the river Bibei, hence its name. After 6 years of receiving information about his journeys thanks to the transmitter he was carrying, finally in May 2021 it became detached and his track was lost. This is a common occurrence, as the transmitters are placed in such a way that they can become detached over time.
More information in the following document: Get to know Bibei
Download Bibei´s migratory route here: Bibei´s track
See the didactic material in Educational Resources – Session 3.