“The Iberian lynx is the world’s most endangered feline species. However, conservation measures have seen its population inch above 400.
After joint efforts of the Spanish national and regional administrations, and different NGOs (like WWF) and the European Union (via Life projects), the species has recovered from the brink of extinction. IUCN’s assessment in 2015 has downgraded the Iberian Lynx to “endangered”, due to the increase in mature individuals from 2002.
Working for the conservation of the Iberian lynx, fighting for proper protection and conservation of vital habitat. Specific action includes: