icon-clockTime to watch: 07:09Posted on September 23, 2014

Michel Terrasse

Rolex Laureate, 1984

The last griffon vulture disappeared from the Cévennes in the south of France 60 years ago. Its cousin, the European black vulture, had deserted France a century earlier. Keen to undo the past, 1984 Rolex Award Laureate Michel Terrasse has been working for 35 years to return these magnificent birds of prey to their natural habitat.

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