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  • Rewilding Europe becomes member of the European Habitat Forum

    22. April 2015

    At its meeting on 16 April, the European Habitat Forum welcomed Rewilding Europe as new member. The European Habitats Forum (EHF) assembles leading European nature conservation organisations to provide advice on the implementation and future development of EU biodiversity policy, including improving integration into sectoral policies.   To ensure the adequate implementation of the EU …

  • Rewilding Europe Travel Club: prizes for June 2015 draw and special offers

    21. April 2015

    Three fantastic wildlife trips in the June 2015 draw of the Rewilding Europe Travel Club are awaiting their lucky winners to bring them to Bulgaria, Poland or Sweden.   A birding tour in the Eastern Rhodopes, Bulgaria (for two!) is our Grand Prize. If you are the lucky winner, you will enjoy birding in some …

  • Rewilding Europe is looking for two students interested in wildlife

    19. April 2015

    We have experienced that there is a lot of interest with students in topics that Rewilding Europe is addressing within its initiative.   Also, Rewilding Europe wants to provide students with the opportunity to dedicate their study to such topics, in a way that both the students can learn and gain experience and that Rewilding …

  • Eastern Carpathians: European bison without borders

    17. April 2015

    The four European bison that were released into the wild in the Eastern Carpathians rewilding area in December 2014 are now free roaming in Poland and Slovakia. Tracking of these animals, carried out by the Carpathian Wildlife Research Station and our local team, again proves the importance of the transboundary movements for wildlife in the …

  • Rewilding Europe is looking for a Regional Manager

    13. April 2015

    Rewilding Europe is looking for a new, passionate, dedicated and experienced colleague to fulfill the position of Regional Manager (maximum 1.0 fte). He/she will be responsible for the coordination of the set up and management of 4-5 rewilding areas in Europe on behalf of the Central Team. Rewilding Europe works to make Europe a wilder …

  • Volunteering for rewilding: six enthusiasts join Rewilding Europe

    10. April 2015

    Rewilding Europe is excited to announce that six enthusiasts have recently joined our rewilding team on a voluntary basis. After our announcement in February when we offered for two volunteer positions we were happily surprised by the response we received.   Guess what – we were so excited that we accepted our four first volunteers …

  • Vision for a Wilder Europe – revisited, March 2015

    7. April 2015

    Eleven organisations from across Europe reconfirmed their ambition to make Europe a wilder place by signing the new edition of the ‘Vision for a Wilder Europe’ in March 2015, which is just published.   The goal of the ‘Vision for a Wilder Europe’ is ‘to build on the significant conservation achievements in Europe over the …

  • Experiences on natural grazing shared at webinar European Rewilding Network

    31. March 2015

    During the fifth event of the European Rewilding Network (ERN), that took place March 27th, attendants from several rewilding sites exchanged experiences on natural grazing. In specific, aspects were discussed on how to start and manage herds of cattle and horses in a more natural context meaning the animals are managed with less human intervention, …

  • More than 15,000 likes now for Rewilding Europe!

    3. March 2015

    Today, Rewilding Europe’s Facebook page reached 15,000 likes! We are pleased to see such interest in our efforts to make Europe a wilder place.   Many thanks to you all for your thousands of Facebook likes! Thanks to all for liking and sharing our posts and photos! Thanks for liking and supporting Rewilding Europe this …

  • 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 …