BACK TO THE WILD !
HISA PARTICIPATES IN THE REHABILITATION AND REINTRODUCTION OF WILD ANIMALS ON THEIR ORIGIN PLACES.
Wildlife species are declining and their habitats are endangered. Today, they represent only 4% of the total biomass, the rest belongs to human populations (36%) and their livestock (60%). This is why HISA is working on conservation projects for many wildlife species to improve their safety, the protection of their natural habitat and the surrounding ecosystems..
The conservation of animal species goes through a large number of measures. Because animals are inherently wild, HISA has chosen to focus on rehabilitation programs to release animals back into their natural environment.
THAT WE PROTECT ARE VICTIMS OF:
- human / wildlife conflicts,
- illegal trade,
- destruction of their habitats,
Our association seeks to promote the conservation of endangered species. We will always seek to rehabilitate and release animals that have lived in one way or another under human control, in the wild (when possible). These sheltered areas, under close surveillance, will always have to meet the specific needs of the animals.
Our current projects:
The tortoises of Madagascar
African gray parrots