The Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) is a critically endangered wild cat that can be found in increasingly small numbers on the Iberian Peninsula. The Iberian lynx population is decreasing due to the loss of its primary prey, rabbits, as well as habitat loss.
Various conservation programs are underway to prevent the cat’s extinction.
Iberian Lynx Conservation Organizations
International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC) Canada
A 100% volunteer organization specializing in small wild cat conservation with an extensive online database of wild cat information.
IUCN/SSC: Cat Specialist Group
Advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species.
"...The IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group brings together more than 200 of the world’s leading cat experts, including scientists, wildlife managers and conservationists from 50 countries who are dedicated to advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species...The Cat Specialist Group is active in many of its own initiatives as well, focusing on the development of tools for the assessment of the species’ status, for the compilation and distribution of intelligence and for supporting the work of its members..." Programa De Conservation Ex-Situ del LInce Iberico
Iberian lynx conservation organization located in Spain.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Centro de Cría del Lince Ibérico El Acebuche, Parque Nacional de Doñana, 21760-Matalascañas (Huelva), Spain SOSLynx.org
SOSLynx is an independent campaign organisation set up in 2000 to promote the conservation of the Iberian Lynx, and works at local and international levels.