Griffon Vulture faces a high risk of extinction in Cyprus due to poison baits. The project has two objectives (I) establish dialogue on wildlife poisoning and (ii) increase the capacity of CWRI to meet the needs. Actions of the project are (a) interviews with key stakeholders will be conducted, (b) legislative background will be analyzed, and (c) a dialogue workshop will be conducted. (d) construction of two vulture transportation cages, one transportable vulture rehabilitation cage and one transportable vulture soft release cage, (e) training of staff of CWRI’s Wildlife Hospital and Rescue and Wildlife Rehabilitation Center by the Vulture Conservation Foundation team on treatment and rehabilitation of poisoned vultures and other raptors, necropsy, investigation of poisoning incidents and toxicological protocols.
Safe Landscapes for the Griffons
The project uses internationally accepted data and also data collected from our work and combines that with first-hand experience with wildlife, fieldwork, and habitat restoration projects and creates a connection between people and the environment. Youth is a great starting point for this program because they are willing to learn and are willing to create […]
The project aims to research and conserve sea turtles nesting at Karsiyaka Guzelyali Beach and the beaches of Karpaz Peninsula using innovative methods.
The Rescue Center Online Management System (abbreviated as “RECOMS”) will be a web-based, online operations management software to be used by our staff members. All animals will be registered to the database, and their daily treatment and care needs will be specified as tasks by our specialists. The tasks will appear as individual checklists allocated […]