Very nice photo, Eduard. Congratulations again!
The present number of pairs of Egyptian Vulture in the Canaries (Fuerteventura and Lanzarote islands, plus Alegranza islet) is about 80, apart from a good number of non-breeding birds. Fortunately, present situation of the species is much better than in the 80s and 90s, when the population was of only 20-30 pairs. This is the result of a hard work in the conservation of this vulture from the end of the 90s. At the moment this work continues. When visiting Fuerteventura or Lanzarote, birders need to maintain distance from the breeding territories, in order to avoid unnecessary disturbance. The species is easily seen in many places without approaching its nests.