We are a part of the big Bioparc Conservation family

The Bioparc Conservation distributed 524,025 euros to 37 projects in 2023 to save endangered species worldwide. Over 4 million euros have been donated since 2001 to conservationists and NGOs on four continents.

  • Africa – West Africa’s giraffes and the only representatives of the subspecies Giraffa camelopardalis peralta, Rothschild’s giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi), Grevy’s Zebra, black rhinos, okapi, cheetah, Egyptian vulture, etc.
  • South America – Dry forest Spectacled bears, Chilean flamingos, Brown-headed Spider Monkey, Brown Spider Monkey, Andean condor, Red-fronted Macaw, Hyacinth macaw, etc.
  • Asia – Sumatran tiger, Snow leopard, Javan leopard, Red panda, etc.
  • Europe – Four European vulture species, bats, Migratory birds, Northern bald Ibis, Hedgehogs, etc.

Bioparc Conservation and Bioparc de Doué-la-Fontaine have been financially and logistically supporting the return of vultures to Bulgaria since 2001 through the projects of the Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna in the Kresna Gorge and the Kotel Mountain. Over the years, dozens of vultures, hatched and raised in Bioparc De Doue-la-Fontaine in France, were released in Bulgaria under the Vulture Reintroduction Program.

From 2023, Bioparc Conservation co-finances the return of the bearded vulture to the Balkans and is part of Bulgaria’s “Life for the Bearded Vulture” project.

You too can help the vultures

„Bearded Vulture LIFE” is co-financed with 80% by the EU programme LIFE and French Bioparc Conservation and Sainte – Croix Biodiversite.
For the remaining 20% we need your help.

Together we can help the restoration and survival of these endangered birds in our skies!

The LIFE program of the European Union finances the “Life for the Bearded Vulture” project (project 101113869 LIFE22-NAT-BG-Bearded Vulture LIFE).

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