About the project Raptors

The Project

Raptors Conservation Action is a conservation project to determine and eliminate the threats against the raptor species and treat and rehabilitate any raptor victims in Central Anatolia of Turkey supported by the Rufford Small Grants.


The roots of Raptors Conservation Action date back to mid-2016, while the team members' voluntary efforts in a bird ringing camp. According to personal observations of expert wildlife vet Onur Okur during his academic study, the number of injured raptor cases passed over a hundred individuals per year.


Act II is the follow-up project of the Raptors Conservation Action. The project aims to determine the hotspots in the intercity road between Ankara and Kastamonu provinces (Central Anatolia, TURKEY) to prevent roadkills of raptors with road survey and citizen science methods.

Life Road App

Can Yolu (Life Road) is a mobile app to make a denouncement for car hits against raptors as well as other wild animals. It is also possible to report cases with any other reasons.

Can Yolu Uygulaması

Can Yolu, özellikle araç çarpmasına uğramış yırtıcı kuşların ve diğer yaban hayvanlarının kayıt altına alınmasını amaçlayan bir mobil bildirim uygulamasıdır. Araç çarpması dışında, çeşitli nedenlerle hayatını kaybetmiş yaban hayvanlarını bildirmek için de bu uygulama kullanılabilir.


Download the app

You can download from Apple Store or Google Play.


Take a photo

Take the photo of case.


Add GPS location

Click to add GPS location easily.


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