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Tag Archives: Hooded Vulture
Hooded Vulture Necrosyrtes monachus is listed as Least Concern on ths basis that it does not approach the thresholds for Vulnerable under any of the IUCN criteria. In light of recent concerns about declines across this species’s range, information is requested on its status.