Restoring the crown to its former glory
Take part in the legacy of Israeli wildlife!
Israel’s Majestic Wild Animals
Once, these wild animals roamed the land; Griffon Vultures, Persian Fallow Deer and the Arabian Oryxes – all inhabited the natural paths of the Land of Israel.
Today, tremendous efforts are being invested to restore these majestic creatures which had become extinct here and to retrieve the natural beauty that once existed using the groundbreaking scientific discoveries.
The Griffon Vulture population is in great danger of extinction due to unsuitable field conditions, worsening each year.
Persian Fallow Deer
The Persian Fallow Deer, secretly smuggled from Iran 40 years ago, has returned to Israel’s landscape, but consists of only 250 deer!
This splendid animal once roamed the land but today the population consists only of 800 oryxes, a quarter of which live in Israel.
Adopt a Wildlife Project
Change Their Reality
These innovative breeding centers play a crucial role in the conservation of rare wild animals, creating not only a local impact but also sowing the seeds of a global mission.
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority team, together with the help of dedicated volunteers, have been working tirelessly to recreate the amazing animal populations once indigenous to Israel.
Thanks to the courage, love and determination of the INPA’s ecologists, some of the endangered species populations have started to recover.
Supervision of different animals, protecting, assisting and saving, with GPS technology.
White Oryx have been restored to their natural habitat after being raised in a unique Israeli reproduction nucleus.
Persian Fallow Deer in Israel – the largest population in the whole world!
Increase in Griffon Vulture nesting between the years of 2012 and 2020. Vulture eggs are transferred to new centers, improving the goslings’ chances of survival.