The LPO-PACA publishes news of Salomé, a female Egyptian Vulture, released, after cares, with a GPS transmitter in Vaucluse. On her migration route towards Spain, the meteorological conditions have been harsh and the bird was caught very weak in the Montauban area. It was cured in the veterinarian school of Toulouse, then in the Hegalaldia centre in Aquitaine. It was brought back to Vaucluse in late February and was released at the end of March in the Natural Park of Lubéron equiped with a new GPS transmitter by Alain Ravayol and Cécile Ponchon. It is currently flying over the Lubéron.