Rescue and assistance to marine fauna

Spain

Hundreds of sea turtles appear along the Mediterranean coast with severe injuries or illnesses, most of the time caused by human interaction. Pollution, toxic spills or accidental capture in the different fishing gear are some of the threats that endanger these marine animals.

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  • Donors
  • Total raised
    82%raised
    • Ticketmaster clients 4.118€
  • Direct beneficiaries 2

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

CRAM - Fundación Privada para la conservación y recuperación de animales marinos

Budget

  • Funding 5.000€
  • Total 5.000€
5.000€

Description

The CRAM Foundation is an entity dedicated to the protection of the marine environment and the species that inhabit it. Its lines of action are the clinic and rescue of marine fauna, research and conservation of marine species and ecosystems, and awareness in favor of the conservation of our seas and oceans.

CRAM has a recovery center specially prepared to assist marine species, a rescue vehicle and a technical and human team available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, which allows it to maintain an immediate and permanent response system. with the aim of increasing the chances of survival of the specimens of threatened marine species that appear on the Catalan coast.

Activities

  • Rescue and assistance to threatened marine fauna (sea turtles, seabirds and cetaceans) that arrive with injuries or pathologies, in a service 365 days a year and 24 hours a day.
  • Recovery of specimens of threatened marine fauna (sea turtles, seabirds and cetaceans): diagnosis, treatment and intensive care until their reintroduction into the marine environment.
  • Reintroduction in their natural habitat of the specimens of threatened marine fauna that have been recovered.

Who will benefit?

Sea turtles, dolphins and seabirds that are treated from the Clinic and Rescue Area of the CRAM Foundation.

Project objectives

Rescue the animals to recover them and reintroduce them to their habitat as soon as possible.

Offer adequate veterinary assistance and facilitate the daily management of our patients.

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