WHO WE ARE: The Fundación Vida Silvestre Mediterránea (FVSM) was created in 2002 in Mallorca with the aim of contributing to the conservation of biodiversity in the Balearic Islands and the rest of the Mediterranean. The Foundation is made up of people from different countries and professions, setting up a multidisciplinary and motivated group.
WHAT WE DO: FVSM works on recovery of biodiversity and rural traditions, environmental education, promoting volunteering, rural development, responsible ecotourism and Land Stewardship. The FVSM works closely with the Black Vulture Conservation Foundation (BVCF) in the conservation of Black Vulture in Mallorca, last insular population of this species in the world. The FVSM care and develops its scientific, conservation and educational activities at the Finca Son Pons, Campanet, a forest of 18ha of great natural value where incurable vultures are living aimed at environmental education and is visited by schools, families and tourists. Since 2012 the FVSM also focuses its conservation activities in the farm Ariant.