Tag: photography

Sneaky red fox on a photo-expedition in Western Iberia

December 22, 2016  |  Blog

In 2014, the wildlife monitoring team in the Western Iberia rewilding area placed a wildlife camera in the Faia Brava nature reserve, next to a carcass of a Maronesa cow that died naturally. The intention was to monitor the use of the carcass by scavengers and other animals. One day, the camera mysteriously disappeared from the location and was recently found intact but without power. The images discovered on the memory card revealed what really happened.

Natural values of Velebit Mountains through the eyes of photographers

April 27, 2016  |  News

Last Saturday marked the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition “Velebit – Wild Heart of Croatia” in the medieval coastal city of Senj. The purpose of the exhibition is to promote Velebit Mountains as a must visit nature travel destination, demonstrate the value of wild nature and wildlife and show the local community the opportunities arising from the development of a nature-based economy.

Photographer Bruno D’Amicis on his book – Time for Wolves

December 8, 2015  |  News

For six years, wildlife photographer Bruno D’Amicis sauntered the Central Apennines mountain range of his Italian homeland in search of one the world’s most elusive animals: the wolf. This search resulted in groundbreaking and evocative pictures that document the life of wolves up-close, published in his book “Time for Wolves”. Bruno D’Amicis speaks about his book and the long quest in an interview with Rewilding Europe.

Webinar: European Rewilding Network about wildlife tourism

November 27, 2015  |  News

This November, the eighth web-based seminar of the European Rewilding Network took place. Members of the network shared valuable experiences on how to increase the tourism value of wild nature and wildlife. The seminar addressed the benefits that can arise from nature-based tourism for nature, wildlife as well as for local communities. One of the highlights was to learn how local people benefit from wildlife photography in the Iberian Peninsula.

Wildlife watching and photography in Campanarios de Azaba

April 1, 2014  |  News

Seven different hides are now available for wildlife watching and photography in the Campanarios de Azaba Biological Reserve, on the Spanish side of the Western Iberia rewilding area. Spring is the best season to visit this area and to enjoy its opulent nature, strong colours, magnificent landscapes and unique biodiversity.

Bears worth more alive than dead

June 30, 2011  |  Blog

Even before reaching the hide in the Stramba Valley we see the first bears – a female with two cubs. They run up a small hill into the beech forest, hardly aware our presence. Under the guidance of a local forester we climb the stairs to the wooden hide and looking outside the window we see another female with three cubs feeding on the remains of a dead cow.

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