Human activity has severely diminished the populations of numerous raptor species in the local landscape, and has caused many other species to vanish. Primary factors in this are the unregulated use of pesticides, the destruction or alteration of the birds’ natural habitat, and unlawful hunting. Vultures, lanner falcons, and additional species have disappeared entirely from many areas in the Mediterranean Basin. Ramat Hanadiv has joined national efforts to rehabilitate these populations through a project for reintroducing and acclimating lanner falcons and vultures on cliffs in the Carmel Mountain. Since the projects beginnings in the early 1990s, dozens of vultures and lanner falcons have been released into the wild. The released birds are banded and carry small radio transmitters. From surveillance of the released individuals it has become clear that the great majority survive with much success. In order to maintain this early success and attain a sustainable population, reintroduction activity has continued, along with efforts to publicize the efforts and educate the public on the topic.