In northern Spain there is a large mountain where bears are still living. But their existence is threatened because they still are hunted illegally and there is a lack of food especially at summer. Due to this the bear mother has difficulties to raise her children. Fruits an forest fruits are a big part of their food. This is why we are planting fruit and chestnut trees in their habitat together with FAPAS. Join us! With 6 € you can help to plant a tree in northern Spain with. more
Start: April 2015
End: still open
The Cantabrian mountains are a mountain range in northern Spain and run through the autonomous regions of Navarre, Basque Country, Cantabria, Castile-Leon, Asturias to Galicia.
The mountains are a western extension of the Pyrenees and extends over 480 km.
Since the mid-1990s Fapas fights for brown bears and tries to secure the area in northern Spain as a habitat for the animals. Another partner is Iurid.