The transport of female bison to the release site in the Țarcu Mountains and breeding centre in Hunedoara will enhance the genetic viability of the area’s free-roaming herds and help to minimise the need for future long-distance translocations.
A fun-packed programme, including a colourful dramatic performance, saw visitors of the visitor centre in the Rhodope Mountains, learn more about vultures and vulture conservation.
As partner in a new EU-funded Interreg project, Rewilding Europe will provide expertise and experience in building nature-based economies. This will lead to the creation of more enabling policy environments for four European regions.
Members of the European Rewilding Network enjoy access to financial support from Rewilding Europe Capital. The latest network webinar saw participants learn more about this funding facility, and how to make the best use of it.
Rewilding Europe welcomes Jeanne as our new Finance & Business Director in October 2019. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics, having studied Private Wealth Management at Nyenrode Business University in the Netherlands.
The Bargischow Polder is one of the latest areas to be rewetted on the German side of the Oder Delta. The restoration of this strategically sited peatland will aid wildlife comeback and mitigate climate change.
Are you passionate about reconnecting Europe’s rivers and restoring biodiversity by removing obsolete dams and barriers? If so, we might have an interesting internship for you.
Rewilding Europe has an exciting new vacancy! We are looking for a Director for the Velebit Mountains rewilding area in Croatia. If you are interested and think this is the ideal opportunity for you, have a look at the job description, and apply before 9 September.
The Central Apennines rewilding initiative was relaunched in the summer of 2018. Over the last 12 months, the development of wildlife corridors has provided a better platform for Marsican brown bear recovery.
The six-month collaboration with Amsterdam-based tech start-up Sensing Clues could help to mitigate human-bear conflict and improve the conservation of other wildlife species.