Three species of south Asia's vultures are threatened with extinction. The White-rumped Vulture was so abundant in India in the 1980s that it was probably the most common large bird of prey in the world. Only one in a thousand now survives, a 99.9% decline for this species.
All three species - White-rumped, Indian and the Slender-billed Vulture - have declined by more than 97% since the early 1990s.
This shocking decline is because of a veterinary drug, diclofenac, which is toxic to any vulture that feeds on the carcass of recently treated cattle.
Watch the new video to find out more about the project and to meet the people who are saving Asia's vultures from extinction.
Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction
from The RSPB