La Passerelle Conservation
to discover the programmes and associations we support
Our philosophy is to reconcile environmental protection with human activities.
The Passerelle Conservation supports conservation projects around the world, including gibbons in Laos (Project Anoulak), snow leopards in Mongolia (Snow Leopard Trust) and red pandas in Nepal (Red Panda Network). But its actions also extend to endangered species in Auvergne. For this, the Passerelle Conservation works with several naturalist associations taking action directly in the field, like the Auvergne Conservatory of Natural Spaces and Chauve-Souris Auvergne, an association protecting local bats.
2 approaches to our commitment
81 species of mammals, 187 species of nesting birds, and 15 species of reptiles live together in Auvergne. However, this exceptional wildlife is in danger. Today, 1/4 of mammals, 2 species of reptiles and 50% of birds are endangered!
We cannot remain mere spectators, concrete actions must be taken to participate in their conservation. The time to act is now. We use your donations to work together with local naturalist associations.
The Passerelle Conservation aims to build on the work of the Parc Animalier d’Auvergne. The park is committed to the protection of endangered species through its participation in the reproduction and breeding of endangered animals that are a part of European Endangered Species Programmes (EEP).
Through donations such as the sponsorship programme, the Passerelle Conservation can provide financial support to programmes that protect the endangered species of the park directly in the wild. All these programmes strive to protect natural habitats by raising awareness and working with local populations.
At the heart of the Passerelle Conservation is taking action so that animals and humans can live together in harmony. And it up to us to take these steps.