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  • Rewilding Europe renews partnership with Conservation Capital

    25. February 2015

    Rewilding Europe and Conservation Capital have renewed their partnership for another three years, by signing a Memorandum of Understanding today. Both organisations are continuing their cooperation to show that the return of wild nature and wildlife in Europe provides a huge opportunity for developing nature-based economies.   Following the successful first four years together, Conservation Capital continues …

  • Unique trip of fascinating wildlife discovery in the Danube Delta this spring

    20. February 2015

    The family business that received the first Rewilding Europe Capital loan in Romania, ‘Jenica pension’ from Danube Delta, is proud to present their first wildlife tourism offer for 2015, Five days in the Danube Delta: the spring migration.   Spring is a magical season in the Danube Delta rewilding area. During spring there are hundreds …

  • A record number of griffon vultures in the Eastern Rhodopes, Bulgaria

    19. February 2015

    75, a record high number of griffon vulture pairs was registered in the Eastern Rhodopes within the regular monitoring of the species. The Rhodope Mountains rewilding area is the only breeding area of the endogenous griffon vulture population in Bulgaria.   From 12–15 February 2015, experts of Rewilding Rhodopes and their partners from the Bulgarian …

  • New special offers for the members of the Rewilding Europe Travel Club

    17. February 2015

    Ten fantastic European wildlife trips are on special offer exclusively for the members of the Rewilding Europe Travel Club!   Check out our new special offers: Spring flowers and scents (Italy)  Discovering the Marsican brown bear in spring (Italy) Wild Horses and Wolves of Northern Portugal  Wolves and Bears holiday in Sweden Still open for …

  • Crossing the Western Iberia rewilding area on a 200 km trail

    13. February 2015

    The Côa Valley Grand Route, a 200 km marked trail that crosses the entire Western Iberia, has been recently launched. The picturesque route connects the river from the spring to the mouth. This is the perfect opportunity for tourists and nature lovers to visit the Western Iberia rewilding area, enjoy its wildlife and discover the …

  • Rewilding Europe renews partnership with Wild Wonders of Europe

    11. February 2015

    Rewilding Europe and Wild Wonders of Europe have renewed their partnership for another three years, by signing a Memorandum of Understanding today. Underlining that both organisations are continuing their work together to promote the return of wild nature in Europe and to create a sense of ‘Pride in the Wild’ among a very wide audience. …

  • Opinion survey about wildlife and wilderness in the Velebit rewilding area

    3. February 2015

    More than 300 people living in the Velebit Mountains and coastal area were interviewed in November 2014, in order to obtain a clearer image of the local opinion on nature conservation, wildlife protection and development of nature-based tourism.   The survey demonstrated affirmative attitude towards nature conservation initiatives, protection of wildlife, wildlife comeback and existence …

  • Rewilding Europe receives 500,000 euros from the Dutch Postcode Lottery

    28. January 2015

    The Rewilding Europe initiative received a €500,000 check from the Dutch Postcode Lottery at the annual Charity Gala (Good Geld Gala) on 26th of January in Amsterdam.  During the gala, the lottery proudly announced that thanks to its 2.5 million participants who bought more than 4 million lottery tickets collectively, a new record amount of …

  • Rewilding Europe is looking for communication volunteers

    26. January 2015

    Rewilding Europe has decided to start offering possibilities for volunteers to help us with specific activities. We have experienced there is interest for this and we would now like to offer the first possibilities.   Communication is an important part of our work because we want to share our experiences, stories and results with the …

  • 30 fallow deer released in the Rhodope Mountains rewilding area

    21. January 2015

    Today, 30 fallow deer were released into the wild in the priority rewilding site of Chernoochene in the Rhodope Mountains, Bulgaria. The special release ceremony marked the flying start of the rewilding activities in this newest rewilding area of Rewilding Europe.   The fallow deer were translocated from the adjacent Studen Kladenets reserve, where some 1,500 …