THE DONATIONS

THE «NATURAMA» PROJECT WANTS TO HELP VERY DIFFERENT KINDS OF ANIMALS

Please find presented all actions that will be benefited by the «Naturama » Project.
In the case of wishing to get to the individual homepage, you will find the link as well.

Out of these nine actions the artists are going to choose one or more of them,
which they want to support by drawing.
The campaign animal for this year is the tiger.
From each donation we collect 15% and transfer this money to a project to protect tigers.

THE CURRENT DONATION POOLS

THE RACE HAS BEGUN!

Here you can take a look onto the amounts, which the animals will currently receive
from the «Naturama Projekt ».
Support your favourite animal and order a commission by an artist,
who wants to draw for the animal of your choice.

You will find the information about the artists in the list of artists.

€ 830.00
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EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT TIGERS BY THE WWF

«After a century of decline, tiger numbers are on the rise. At least 3,890 tigers remain in the wild, but much more work is needed to protect this species that’s still vulnerable to extinction.[...] We can save wild tigers. In 2010, the 13 tiger range countries committed to TX2—to double wild tiger numbers by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger. WWF is driving TX2 forward.» © WWF

Find more: http://www.worldwildlife.org/species/tiger

EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT WOLVES BY THE WWF

«WWF is exploring ways to strengthen wolf populations in Europe, for example by helping wolves spread into suitable remote areas from areas where they already exist.
This includes research projects to evaluate wolf populations and measures to address the concerns of farmers and other local inhabitants who feel threatened by the presence of wolves. In addition, WWF works to protect the habitats and ecosystems on which the wolf depends.» © WWF

Find more: http://wwf.panda.org/about_our_earth/species/profiles/mammals/wolf_timber_intro/

TRANSLATION OF AN EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT WILD ANIMALS BY THE WILDPARK LÜNEBURGER HEIDE

«The zoo Wildpark Lüneburger Heide is involved in several international projects to protect wild animal species.
For example: The European conversation and breeding program (EEP) for otters, Manchurian-cranes, European sea eagles, snow leopards, musk oxs, minks and wisents.
Apart from that we are joining in several projects to resettle animals, for example the lynx in the Nationalpark Harz.» © Wildpark Lüneburger Heide
(Free translation of an german extract from the Wildpark Lüneburger Heide
by the «Naturama» Project team)

Find more: http://www.wild-park.de/unser-unternehmen/artenschutz/

TRANSLATION OF AN EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT PETS BY THE HAMBURGER TIERSCHUTZVEREIN V. 1841 E.V.

«Animal welfare is a matter of trust
The animal welfare is in the centre of attention for our established association since more than 175 years. We receive up to 10.000 animals in our animal shelter each year. And those need a species-appropriate home and a benign care.» © Hamburger Tierschutzverein von 1841 e.V.
(Free translation of an german extract from the Hamburger Tierschutzverein von 1841 e.V.
by the «Naturama» Project team)

Find more: http://www.htv1841.de/

EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT THE MARINE FAUNA BY GREENPEACE

«Marine reserves. A growing body of scientific evidence that demonstrates what we at Greenpeace have been saying for a long time:
that the establishment of large-scale networks of marine reserves, urgently needed to protect marine species and their habitats, could be key to reversing global fisheries decline.» © Greenpeace

Find more: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/campaigns/oceans/marine-reserves/

EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT WILD BEES BY THE NABU RÜGEN

«Just start! Even with simple actions it is possible to help lots of endangered wild bees and wasps: Building insect hotels, tolerating of “wild” places in a garden or sowing the appropriate plants. But to help those wild bees and insects and for the effort not being in vein it is important to get the right information first. [...]
With one donation thousands of leaflets can reach dedicated nature lovers and conservationist, who wants to take care about native wild bees and thus do one’s bit for protecting them,
for a couple of years.» © J.-Christoph Kornmilch

Find more: http://www.nabu-ruegen.de/html/Insekten%202.html

EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT BATS BY THE BUND

«The working group of the BUND in Gottmadingen takes an active part in establishing programs to save native species of bats. We are taking care for several summer quarters and wintering grounds for bats, keeping book of the colonies' development and arrange trans-border projects with Swiss associates in order to find new habitats for the bats.
Besides we are supporting a contact point for injured bats or young bats, which have been separated from their colonies.» © BUND
(Free translation of an german extract from the BUND Gottmadingen by the «Naturama» Project team)

Find more: http://www.all-about-bats.net/index_netscape.php

EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT SHARKS BY THE SHARKPROJECT

«The destination is precisly defined:
Restaurants shall become shark-free.
This means, that we try to stop the seeling of shark-meat and other products, which were made of sharks. [...]
To reach our goals, we need to consider, that every nation has got its own problems, other structures of trading and different influence coefficients. [...] So we are working country-specific with sub-ordinate targets and different kinds of tools. [...]
Austria: Shark-Free Zone
Germany: restaurant seal of quality» © SharkProjekt
(Free translation of an german extract from the SharkProject
by the «Naturama» Project team)

Find more: http://www.sharkproject.org/en/

EXTRACT OF THE PROJECT TO PROTECT HEDGEHOGS BY THE IGEL-ARCHE

« Hedgehogs rank among very favoured animals. They are valuable useful animals in our garden. [...]
The Igel-Arche works as a hospital and as a charity asylum for hedgehogs. Since nineteen years the Igel-Arche studied those very exciting species hedgehog. During this time more than 14.000 sprickly little friends have been served in the stations and many falsities had been disproved. [...]
Healed hedgehogs will be realesed into the wild at proper save places to restore and expand the gene pool. Disabled or ill hedgehogs get a good home in our huge outside compound.
The Igel-Arche is an association that currenctly has got about 350 members and paten from Germany and the neighboring countries. It is holding stations in Paderborn (NRW) and Zierenberg (Hessen) with 7x24 h mode and about 800 little patients each year. [...] © Igel-Arche
(Free translation of an german extract from the Igel-Arche
by the «Naturama» Project team)

Find more: https://www.dropbox.com/s/17ta0cww6kqag16/Igel-Arche_Expose-2.pdf?dl=0