For the Egyptian vulture, the last breeding vulture in Albania!

For the Egyptian vulture, the last breeding vulture in Albania!
Did you know that the Balkan population of the Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus) has declined by 80% in the last 30 years?
Our organization, since 2013, is working intensively for this critically endangered species.
We have built two supplementary feeding stations, which have avoided the cases of poisoning, the biggest threat to the Egyptian vulture. Our data show that these stations have fed nearly 30% of the magnificent vulture population in Albania.
Furthermore, we have implemented several awareness raising campaigns, educational programmes, as well as created a local network of collaborators called “Savers of Egyptian Vulture”.
However, there is still a lot to be done! That`s why we need your help!
Contribute for the Egyptian vulture cause! Your donation can make a difference!
Here you can find the donations link
For donations above 40€, our team will give away hoodies with the stamped silhouette of the Egyptian vulture.
Distributing materials with the silhouette of Egyptian vulture to members of Savers of Egyptian Vulture network.
A photo from our camera trap inside the supplementary feeding station in Drino valley.
Camera trap setting inside the station.
Neophron percnopterus
With members of the Savers of Egyptian Vulture network.
During the marathon “A mile for the EV”.
During the sessions of environmental education programme with schools near the Egyptian vulture breeding territories.
Distributing anti-poison kits.
“Gjiro-Run” – A local marathon for the Egyptian vulture.
Drawing made by children in the sessions of environmental education.
Monitoring of Egyptian vulture population.
Landscape from our supplementary feeding station in Kurvelesh.
Hoodies with the Egyptian vulture silhouette.
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