Project "Vaquita

Project SOS Vaquita Phocoena sinus California porpoise Vaquitas

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Project Vaquita - SOS Vaquitas | The Vaquita ( Phocoena sinus) is on the verge of extinction. Within the last decade the vaquita population has shrunk by 95%, there are now only 9 animals left worldwide. The Vaquita urgently needs our help!

With SOS Vaquita, YAQU PACHA e.V., the Nuremberg Zoo and the Verein der Tiergartenfreunde Nürnberg e.V. (Nuremberg Zoo Friends Association ) have launched an initiative to provide targeted support for conservation efforts to save the endangered vaquita.

The goal of the initiative to save the vaquitas is to make people aware of its protection, but also to raise funds needed to ensure the rescue of this endangered species.

Vaquita, don't quit!

What needs to happen to save this species?

Saving this species and securing its population involves many costly measures. The most important are: Prohibition and compliance with set net fishing, ongoing monitoring, and on-site environmental education programs.

Project Vaquitas VaquitaCPRThe data collected as part of the initiative Donations are developed in cooperation with the National Marine Mammal Foundation our partner VaquitaCPR provided for the implementation of these activities.

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Website with more information about our project - SOS Vaquita

Saving this species is one of the main missions of YAQU PACHA. We have been active in Latin America for 30 years to protect endangered aquatic mammal species and you can help us by making a donation help us to save the vaquita from extinction.

Sea of Shadows
SEA OF SHADOWS - film about vaquitas and their threat

This graphic of the Museo de la Ballena illustrates the problem of the Vaquita

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