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We started local, by helping two Alpine charitables organisations protecting the Bearded Vulture.
We want to strive further in the protection of our mountains.
Here are the details 👇🏻
It's our call for projects to any charitable organisation willing to protect the mountain environment.
Nationally or internationally.
Small, or Big.
We want to financially help them kick-start their project.
It's very easy!
To rally the call :
📝Apply now at email@example.com
Tell us :
✅Your charity organisation
✅What you do
✅What would you do with our financing 🏔
Before 30 December 2021
The bearded vulture is an endangered species.
We support the Asters association (France) and the Vulture Conservation Foundation (Europe) which takes them under their wing and is helping them claw their way back from the brink of extinction.
All vultures in Europe, including the Bearded Vulture, are highly vulnerable due to external dangers as well as to isolation of populations and their low reproduction rate.
This year in France, 18 bearded vulture couples will reproduce in the French Alps and 48 in the Pyrenees.
Despite some reproductive failures, at the same time some vulture chick births have been recorded since March.
To help the Bearded Vulture and fight for its protection, Quechua has committed to donate founds for every limited edition water bottle purchased to bearded vulture protection programmes conducted by those 2 associations in France and Europe: ASTERS-CEN 74 and the Vulture Conservation Foundation.