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Vulpro Vulture – PetEmed

VulPro have asked for our assistance for the donation of 30 PetEMed units, to support them in their efforts to save the lives of poisoned vultures. We are looking to raise £250 by September 2020.
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About this cause

Vultures face multiple man-made threats, including but not limited to poisoning, power line collisions and electrocutions, direct harvesting for cultural beliefs, and ever decreasing foraging ranges. Some vulture species are threatened with possible extinction within our lifetime unless we can curb the ongoing downward spiral now!

According to the African Wildlife Poison Database over 2,23 I vultures have been poisoned in South Africa between 1961 and 2019.

VuIpro have asked for the assistance  of Ubuntu Wildlife Trust for the donation of 30 Pet-E-Med units, to  support them in their efforts to save the lives of poisoned vultures and we are looking to raise £250.

Vultures are a key component to maintaining healthy ecosystems. Because of their role as nature’s garbage disposers, vultures are able to keep the environment clean and free of contagious diseases. By ridding the ground of dead animals, vultures prevent disease from spreading to humans and animals.



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May 14, 2020

Donated the 30 PetEMed activated carbon units to @WeLoveVultures yesterday. Hopefully this will assist them team in saving many more vultures and other birds of prey.

May 02, 2020

Donation goal met. The donation will be taken over to VulPro in September 2020 for the purchase of the 30 Pet-E-Med units. We will provide an update once these have been purchased and are in use, for those who would like to see how their donation has helped.

March 09, 2020

Vulpro have asked for the assistance of Ubuntu Wildlife Trust for the donation of 30 Pet-E-Med units.