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Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus), Amboseli National Park, Kenya
According to Birdlife International the Egyptian vulture qualifies as Endangered. The species is declining in virtually all parts of its range, apparently for a number of different reasons. In India, it has declined by >90% in the last decade; European populations have declined by >50% over the last three generations, and West, East and southern African populations also appear to have declined significantly. In the Amboseli national park the species is only rarely seen.