In July 2012, a griffon vulture from southern Europe visited the Sint Pietersberg mountain near Maastricht, a border area of Belgium and the Netherlands.
As the video here shows, after that, the griffon vulture ate a roe buck, also a road victim.
On 29 July, the vulture left the Sint Pietersberg mountain.
Dutch ravens on dead animals: here.
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