White backed Vulture

What you can do to help?

WWF-Pakistan is working to stop the use of Diclofenac Sodium, a drug which has been a source of decline in vulture population © Ghulam Rasool / WWF-Pakistan. rel=
WWF-Pakistan is working to stop the use of Diclofenac Sodium, a drug which has been a source of decline in vulture population © Ghulam Rasool / WWF-Pakistan
© Ghulam Rasool / WWF-Pakistan

Be vulture friendly and discourage use of Diclofenac Sodium in veterinary treatment.

Donate to WWF and ensure that these critically endangered vultures get the protection they deserve.

Education and Awareness

Education and awareness is a large part of WWF-Pakistanís project. Field trips are organized for schools at Vulture Centre, Changa Manga. These trips give an insight to the students about the extensive work being carried out by WWF-Pakistan with respect to the conservation of the white-backed vulture. Different activities are arranged for students such as:
  • Project briefing
  • A tram ride in Changa Manga Forest Reserve
  • Vulture feeding activity
  • Tree plantation activity
  • Boat ride

  • On 1st October 2015, a deworming session was organized at the Gyps Vulture Restoration Centre, Changa Manga.
  • A livestock assessment survey was conducted in the villages around Gyps Vulture colonies in Nagarparkar, to improve livestock management practices and to reduce mortality and support livelihoods .
  • A session was organized for the students, to show the vulture documentary along the presentation highlighting the threats to vultures species in the Nagarparkar area.

Adoption Appeal

Adopt a bird at the Vulture Centre in Changa Manga Forest Plantations through WWF and your donation will support WWFís conservation efforts.

Donít forget to spread the word. The more people understand what simple steps can be taken to save white-backed vultures, the more success we will have. So go on, get your friends, family and colleagues to help too.

The good news is that we can save white-backed vltures.

You can adopt a vulture for the period of 6 months or 1 year.

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