The breeding biology of the species is well-known [5,6]. Adult birds are residential colonial cliff breeders that pair for life . Breeding starts in April to June and first fledging occurs towards between the end of October and mid-January . Juvenile birds stay near their colony until the next breeding season, when they start wandering from their natal colony and eventually, at the age of about six years, settle at a colony for breeding. Our understanding of the movement of individual vultures between colonies is limited. However, understanding the population dynamics and movement among remaining populations is crucial for developing management strategies for the conservation of these species .