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Survey reveals positive attitudes towards rewilding in the Oder Delta

February 8, 2024  |  News

An extensive new study carried out in Germany and Poland has revealed widespread societal support for rewilding and the return of wildlife in the Oder Delta. It also highlighted the need to continue promoting the benefits of nature recovery and the restoration of natural processes – particularly to people living in and around the delta.

Boost for growing bison population in the Southern Carpathians

February 7, 2024  |  News

Thanks to the ongoing work of Rewilding Romania and WWF Romania, the free-roaming European bison population in the Southern Carpathians rewilding landscape is thriving. New, multi-partner efforts will take bison recovery to the next level and ensure local communities continue to benefit.

From hope to action: World Rewilding Day 2024

January 30, 2024  |  News

Taking place on March 20 with the theme #HopeIntoAction, this year’s World Rewilding Day will celebrate rewilding and showcase its real-world impact. Let’s rewild now for nature, climate and people.

New publication presents latest insights on rewilding horses in Europe

December 26, 2023  |  News

Alongside other free-roaming herbivores, wild horses can play an essential ecological role in European landscapes and deliver diverse benefits to people. A new and updated guide from Rewilding Europe will help to scale up European horse rewilding by providing the latest scientific and practical information.

European bison continue their recovery in Azerbaijan

December 20, 2023  |  News

An ambitious initiative to establish a viable, self-sustaining, free-ranging population of European bison in Azerbaijan has taken a step forward with the support of Rewilding Europe’s European Wildlife Comeback Fund.

Pioneering new facility to help scale up natural grazing across Europe

December 6, 2023  |  News

Rewilding Europe has just launched the Natural Grazing Facility. By connecting demand and supply of herbivores among organisations dedicated to rewilding principles, its aim is to scale up natural grazing in European landscapes. This will deliver a wide range of benefits to nature and people.

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