What about the Western capercaillie in the Vosges?

The Western capercaillie is a protected species in critical danger of extinction on the Vosges massif. Over the period 2010-2015, the number of Western capercaillie in the Vosges massif is estimated at less than one hundred individuals, and these numbers have continued to fall sharply in recent years. A variety of threats weigh on this species: modification and fragmentation of its habitat, disturbance, climate change, collision with electrical lines and ski lift cables.

A feasibility study is underway for genetic population enhancement.