LPO : All together to protect nature
With 46 000 members, LPO (Birds Protection League) is today the first association of France to protect nature and bird. This association is working every day for the preservation of biodiversity but the main objectif is protection of the birds.
LPO was created in 1912 to stop the massacre of puffins in Brittany. Seabird since become its symbol. It was recognized as a public utility in 1986. It is directed by Michel Métais and chaired by Allain Bougrain Dubourg.
LPO is the French representative of BirdLife International, grobal group which include more than 100 organizations to protect nature in the world (more than 2 million members worldwide).
Since 2014, the campsite of Penn-Enez is a refuge LPO