Bayesian hierarchical modelling identifies predictors of reproductive success in Griffon Vultures
About the author
Fiammetta currently works as an Associate Professor in Animal Physiology at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Sassari in Italy. She was the scientific coordinator of the project ‘LIFE Under Griffon Wings’ (LIFE14 NAT/IT/000484; 2015-2020) aimed at increasing the conservation status of Griffon Vultures in Sardinia. Thanks to the conservation efforts, the population increased from 95-100 individuals in 2015 to 242-272 individuals in 2020. She is now coordinating the implementation of the project ‘LIFE Safe for Vultures’ (LIFE19 NAT/IT/000732) with the aim of enlarging the area of occupancy of the species and preparing the groundwork required to restore the vulture guild on the island.