BARJANE helps to save the Egyptian Vulture

By 13 January 2017 April 27th, 2020 Blog-en

The Egyptian Vulture is the most endangered species of vulture in the world. In France, there are two distinct populations, around 70 pairs in the Pyrenees and only 20 pairs in south of France. This is why this species is monitored by a saving program led by CEN Paca, LPO and their partners.
BARJANE is part of this program in order to help Salomé, an injured vulture, to find freedom.