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Rewilding Europe at PYMWYMIC Impact days

March 21, 2012  |  News

Rewilding Europe are delighted to have been invited by PYMWYMIC (which stands for the “Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Community”) to give a keynote presentation at Europe’s most inspiring and focused gathering of social and environmental investors.

European Beaver returned to Romanian Danube Delta

March 8, 2012  |  News

2012 came with great news! Rangers of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Administration reported to have spotted a beaver nest in the Somova-Parches lakes complex. This indicates the beaver’s presence, despite the fact that the animals are too shy to be seen, especially in winter. The experts reported the number of beavers to be currently unknown, but their nest will be constantly monitored.

Download Rewilding Europe GEO story

January 24, 2012  |  News

Different editions from the January GEO magazine are now available as free download! In 2011 Anke Sparmann, author of GEO Magazine, travelled across European nature reserves. Her story was the cover story in 11 countries from Brazil to Slovakia and from Spain to India.

Rewilding Europe GEO cover story

January 10, 2012  |  News

In 2011 Anke Sparmann, author of GEO Magazine, travelled across European nature reserves. Her story is now the cover story in 11 countries from Brazil to Slovakia and from Spain to India.

Announcing a WILD partnership

December 23, 2011  |  News

We are happy to announce that the ongoing cooperation between Rewilding Europe and the WILD Foundation has now been formalized in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

Wildlife return and business developments in Romania

December 1, 2011  |  News

The two pilot projects of Rewilding Europe in Romania – Danube Delta and South-West Carpathians – were successfully launched in the autumn. One of the initial aspects was to look into the opportunities for the return of beavers, red deer and the European bison. Potential products linked to rewilding enterprise developments in the Danube Delta, providing support for both local communities as well as nature conservation investments, were also identified.

Big efforts needed for wildlife recovery

November 11, 2011  |  News

Rewilding Europe has started with the design of a Wildlife Recovery Programme, focusing on large herbivores to start with. A working group of dedicated specialists, Rewilding Europe’s Wildlife Team, has prepared an overview of all the wildlife restocking and reintroduction plans that we have developed for the five projects. Four species were selected to focus on: European bison, European wild horse, Aurochs and kulan.

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