FAPASFund for the Protection of Wild Animals


IDENTIFICATION OF BROWN BEAR IN ASTURIAS BY MEANS OF USING PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERAS PIECE OF WORK

use of carrion
USE OF CARRION BY WILD FAUNA IN ASTURIAS (SPAIN)


Study the Cantabrian populatin's bears


CANTABRIAN BEARS IN FREEDOM

 

 

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FAPAS - Fund for the Protection of Wild Animals was legally constituted before the Regional Government of Asturias in October 1982.

FAPAS is a NGO, whose underlying objective is nature conservation.
It works at a national level within Spain although the main part of its work involves the protection of endangered wildlife species in the Cantabrian mountain range.
FAPAS currently employs seven members of staff and has a network of volunteers who collaborate in the association’s activities.
More than 17,000 paying members throughout Spain help to finance the association’s conservation programmes.
   


Bulletin FAPAS. April 2010: EVOLUTION OF THE POPULATION OF DUN BEAR IN CENTRAL ASTURIAS

The Government of Castilla y León does not protect its bears

The extinction begins here


Feed for Scavengers

Analysis of the EU-Regulation 1774/2002 and claims for the purpose of nature conservation and species protection

    

FRUITS PLANTATIONS FOR THE BROW BEAR IN DEGAÑA

The management of the wolf

Projet Canyet consolidates a population of 80 vultures in Mariola


Bears picture number 1000

Alert for the appearance of poisoned animals

FAPAS PRESENTS THE Project + Bears –CO2


USE OF PHOTO KITS TO GET TO KNOW FEEDING HABITS OF BROWN BEAR IN
THE CANTABRIAN RANGE

WILDLIFE SPECIALISTS CONFERENCE. CONFERENCE CONCLUSIONS ON THE USE OF CARRION FOR WILDLIFE

 

Approach to the problem of placement or traps in the territories of cantabrian bears

Bronw Bear Projet

    

 

Project Wolf
Project Wolf

 

 

 
 

 

FAPAS - Ctra. AS-228, km. 8,9 - 33115 Tuñón
Santo Adriano - ASTURIAS - España

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