Competition: Win a GPS tag
Fill in the information below for the chance to win a satellite transmitter for your Griffon or Cinereous Vulture conservation project.

Please check the Terms & Conditions below before entering the competition. You must agree and comply with them to participate.
Email address *
Project/Organisation Name *
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Project/Organisation Website *
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Contact Person Name *
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Phone Number *
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Describe your project/conservation goals *
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How have your conservation actions benefited vultures so far? *
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How many vultures and which species did you tag with satellite transmitters so far and how many do you expect to tag with the funding you have available in the upcoming years? *
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Why is GPS tagging important for your conservation goals? *
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How have you used (or how do you plan to use) the GPS data to implement conservation actions? Give practical example if applicable. *
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If you were to win, how would you use the satellite transmitter provided? Please specify species, project site and age of bird. *
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Do you want to receive the Vulture Conservation Foundation's monthly Newsletter? *
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Terms & Conditions
The competition is open to Cinereous Vulture and Griffon Vulture conservation projects only - the tag provided by Ecotone Telemetry is better suited for these species.

Projects must be primarily based in Europe.

If you win the competition, you will need to provide at least three stories (300 words minimum) to the Vulture Conservation Foundation.
1. Discussing the importance of GPS tracking and why it is essential for your project
2. Story of tagging and releasing the bird
3. Update on the bird's movements after 2-3 months

Discuss the provision of the tag and the competition in your communication channels. Mention the Vulture Conservation Foundation and Ecotone Telemetry.

The tag will be available in early April and can be deployed from mid-April onwards provided you give us the information necessary 6-8 weeks in advance.
You will be responsible for the tagging in an animal safe way, including the catching and all required permits.

The project receiving the tag will be responsible for the data management and checking the data daily to assure the wellbeing of the bird.

The VCF will include the data in WildlifeMonitor, where it also can be shared with the project team. Further, a public map will be created which can be included in the website of Ecotone Telemetry, VCF and the project receiving the tag.

Furthermore, Ecotone Telemetry offered to bear the data transfer costs for the first year (160 euros). After the first year, the project receiving the tag will be responsible for paying the data transfer fees.

Moreover, Ecotone Telemetry can assist the winner of the competition in the use of the GPS tag and provide manuals and important information necessary. Ecotone Telemetry will have control over the settings of the tag and data transfers.

The winner will be selected based on the information provided in the Google Form, considering the following criteria:
Urgency of conservation project
Conservation goals
Need of GPS tag

The winner will be announced at the end of February through the contact information provided on the Google form. The winner will also be announced on the communication channels of the Vulture Conservation Foundation and Ecotone Telemetry.

The Vulture Conservation Foundation will collect personal data about entrants at the time of the contest through the Google Form in order to manage the competition and or all associated activities. After the contest, personal data will be deleted, unless participants have requested to be added to the VCF's or Ecotone Telemtry's newsletter.

By entering the contest, you ensure that all the information provided are true.

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