Once you have felt the cold stare of the majestic Bearded Vulture upon you while it floats past with imperceptible movement of its wings, then you know: this is something everybody should experience.E. Portheine
The main purpose of the foundation LammerGierFonds LGF is the conservation and protection of the Bearded Vulture and its habitat. Up to now the most important work of the LGF has been the restoring and preparing for use of the ruins of the main old building of Revilla, an abandoned village in the Pyrenees of Aragón (Spain) for the BSMP, Biological Station Monte Perdido. LGF has started a beautiful cooperation with FCQ, the Spanish foundation Fundación para la Conservación del Quebrantahuesos who is now manager of the BSMP.
- Fundraising, FCQ writes:
- The LIFE + ‘Bearded Vulture Network’ project makes progress
- Sign against diclofenac in European domestic animals
- At the moment there are three Bearded Vulture eggs in the Centro de Críah of the FCQ, near Zaragoza.
- The first pair of Bearded Vultures after the extinction of the species 80 years ago