Blog archive:

Rise of the rewilders

November 28, 2017  |  Blog

With rewilding taking shape and spreading, job opportunities are increasing too. We find out what it takes to be a “rewilder”.

Restoration and return in the Oder Delta

November 13, 2017  |  Blog

A keen advocate of rewilding, Tim Kasoar is a fourth year PhD student at Cambridge University in the UK. A particular interest in restoring wetland and floodplain habitats and natural flood dynamics took him to the Oder Delta rewilding area, where he witnessed firsthand the beneficial impact of river restoration on local biodiversity.

Rhodopes GPS tagging provides platform for LIFE Vultures success

November 2, 2017  |  Blog

As part of the ongoing LIFE Vultures project, a growing number of griffon and black vultures in and around the Rhodope Mountains rewilding area are being tagged with GPS transmitters. The geospatial data these transmitters provide will be critical to the comeback of these magnificent yet endangered birds.

Europe: it’s wild and waiting

October 16, 2017  |  Blog

With the launch of the European Safari Company, travellers of all ages can immerse themselves in Europe’s magnificent wild nature like never before.

The compromises of rewilding

September 27, 2017  |  Blog

Master’s student Julia Rouet-Leduc travelled to the Lapland rewilding area in April to conduct research for her thesis. She drew some interesting conclusions.

Testing times

September 18, 2017  |  Blog

Based in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria, intern Philip Marinov has relished his experience evaluating Rewilding Europe’s rewilding scale.

On the bison beat

September 13, 2017  |  Blog

In the Southern Carpathians, Rewilding Europe’s bison rangers are playing a key role in the success of our reintroduction project.

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