Sweden’s Victoria Inaugurates New Breeding Ground for Birds
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden was in the southwestern part of Sweden Wednesday, to inaugurate a new breeding facility for Norden’s Ark.
Nordern’s is foundation focused on saving wildlife and endangered species through breeding and reproduction programs, as well as research and studies.
This time, the Ark was getting ready to work on birds, and Victoria was there to help them get started.
In a brief speech, the Crown Princess talked about the important work Nodern’s Ark does and how it is necessary to save the world’s animals. Because, “when they are gone they are gone forever,” said Victoria.
One threatened species of birds is the mountain goose. Norden’s will have fifteen to breed from.
“Thanks to the new breeding facility, we believe that Nordens Ark will make a sustained and valuable contribution, so that we can see the mountain geese fly freely in the north of Sweden, “says Lena M Lindén, CEO of Nordens Ark.
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