Lemurs
Madagascar
Asian black bears
Asia
Barbary macaques
Morocco
Tigers
Russia
Spider monkeys
Venezuela
Binturongs
The Philippines
Forests
Auvergne
South American tapir
Brazil
White-handed gibbons and Asian small-clawed otters
Laos
Giraffes
Africa
Snow leopards
Mongolia
Kulans
Central Asia
Red pandas
Nepal
African lions
Kenya / Tanzania
Animals of Belize
Belize

The conservation map

Select a species and find out how we support its conservation
Our commitment
The heart of the Passerelle Conservation is taking action so that animals and humans can live together in harmony.
We support associations
Around the world
Thanks to donations, such as from the sponsorship programme, we provide financial support to conservation 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.
In France
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 threatened with extinction! The Passerelle Conservation also works with local associations working to protect Auvergne's biodiversity, including Chauve-Souris Auvergne (bats), the Conservatory of Natural Spaces of Auvergne, the Reptile Observatory of Auvergne and the Mammal Group of Auvergne.

The Passerelle Conservation, together with these local associations, recently opened the Auvergne Nature Centre. The centre is located in Orbeil, 5 minutes from Issoire, in a building generously provided by the Pays d'Issoire conurbation. The goal of this initiative is also to facilitate communication and raise awareness with the general public through events jointly organised by the associations, including exhibitions and educational outings.

For more information, visit the website
La Passerelle Conservation
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