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The Foundation Pro Artenvielfalt® is a foundation under civil law and statutes committed to the protection of endangered species of wild animals.
"Pro Biodiversity Foundation", "Foundation Pro Biodiversity®", "Fondazione Pro Biodiversità®", "DiePierPaten®", "Stop Birdwatching! ®", "STOP Bird Slaughter®" and "Artenschutzturm®" are registered with the German Patent and Trademark Office registered word / image trademarks.
The concept of the Pro Artenvielfalt® Foundation is the sponsorship of animal welfare work. The foundation's position is "emergency aid for endangered species".
The foundation's work is based on the following project priorities:Land purchases for the protection of natural habitats (biotopes) in Germany
Land purchases in Italy for the permanent protection of migratory bird hotspots (significant resting and feeding sites) along the central (central) migration route and their protection by using "Bird Guards"
Construction of species protection buildings for endangered "buildings inhabiting animal species"
Promotion and participation in bird protection camps against migrant bird killing in Cyprus and Sardinia.
The Pro Artenvielfalt® Foundation is also involved in habitat management and biotope development for endangered species, such as For example, in the care of stonecracks for the protection of the stone owls and in the care of wet meadows, orchards and mountain meadows for the protection and restoration of biodiversity. stiftung-pro-artenvielfalt.org
August 20, 2018
The transformer station in Eicherscheid has been shut down for some time. It is not needed anymore. Several local initiatives were unable to agree on the after-use after a long discussion. Thus, the transformer station was actually intended for demolition. However, the good tower project contacts between RWE and the Foundation for Species Diversity in Bielefeld led to a location-adapted after-use - a future species protection tower, which will provide a new and permanent home for the rearing of the young, especially in the swamping swifts (apus apus).
October 4, 2018
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