This brings the number of killed vultures to 12, effectively cutting the Israeli population down by 6%.
The carcasses of 9 vultures, accounting for almost 5% of Israel's vulture population, were discovered in southern Israel on Sunday afternoon after they ingested poisoned goat meat.
A report concluded that Israeli security forces are causing serious environmental damage.
Since the 1950s, the extinction of several species in the region, particularly birds of prey, has been directly linked to the use of poisonous pesticides.
Tube-fed mayonnaise served to expel oil that had been swallowed or inhaled by the snappers, while wipes and cotton buds were used to remove tar from animals' eyes, noses and mouths.
Approaching or touching ibexes can "stain" the animal, leading to the mother being unable to recognize the kid.
Trees improve air quality by filtering harmful dust and pollutants such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide from the air.
The country's northern beaches have proved harder to clean, due to their rockier terrain, which tar more easily clings to than sand.
The cleaning of the tar is done using special oils. It is a lengthy process that requires patience and an especially gentle hand.
The Golan Rescue Unit was responsible for saving the eggs, racing against time despite the mate being somewhere in the area.