What we are doing

Vulture rescue is involved in a wide range of conservation activities across South Asia, ranging from breeding vultures in captivity so that their offspring can be released back in to the wild when the environment is free from diclofenac, an active advocacy programme targeting the vets and farmers using diclofenac and legislation controlling the manufacture and sale of veterinary drugs, in-situ conservation actions focused around the small but key remaining vulture populations in the wild, and an active research programme that underpins these activities and monitors their effectiveness. Follow the links below for more information on each of these four main areas of work.