Once again, the beginning of the year 2021 was marked by the health crisis linked to Covid and some events were cancelled. Nevertheless, we were able to increase our interventions despite the difficulties in finding volunteers to support us on the stands. The more people we have, the better we can [...]
The beginning of 2020 was marked by the global coronavirus crisis and the containment of several countries. France was no exception. As far as events are concerned, we have therefore been forced to postpone some and cancel others. But as every year, the zoos that welcomed us were very happy to do so, and we are very pleased to have been able to [...]
AFSA symposium at the Bioparc of Doué-la-Fontaine From 25 to 28 March 2019, the Bioparc of Doué-la-Fontaine welcomed the members of AFSA (Association Francophone des Soigneurs Animaliers), to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Association. There were many conferences and workshops on biology, captive care, breeding experiments, conservation, etc. A team from the CPPR proposed to [...]
The Clères Park Festival On 7 and 8 April 2018, the Parc de Clères (76) celebrated spring by inviting craftsmen and associations on the theme of nature and well-being. The volunteers of the CPPR came to hold their stand and propose to the public some animations, [...]
The Parc de Clères festival On 8 and 9 April 2017, the Parc de Clères inaugurated its new aviaries. For the occasion, the park's teams had set up several tents on the castle's terraces, to welcome craftsmen and associations, including the CPPR! It was therefore under a radiant sun and a nice weather [...]
In 2016, CPPR volunteers visited four zoos and a secondary school to raise awareness of the conservation of the red panda among young and old. The Clères Park Festival On 12 and 13 March 2016, we were invited to come and run a stand at the spring reopening of the Clères Park.
In 2015, the CPPR had the opportunity to intervene in different institutions in order to make the red panda known to a public of all ages. The first of these interventions took place at the Centre de Loisirs de Clères (CLSH) on 19 October 2015. Anne-Gwenaël, our vice-president, went there in order to raise awareness among the [...]
The CPPR Association was officially born in June 2014. But since the end of 2013, the co-founders had already been working on the "panda project". They went to the AFSA (Association Francophone de Soigneurs Animaliers) conference at Amnéville zoo in March 2014 to present their project: Why choose the red panda (a little-known animal that is unfortunately not well known)?