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Restoration efforts boost natural water flow further in the Ukrainian Danube Delta

For many years a network of dykes and canals have choked the life out of the Danube Delta. Restoration efforts…

9th February 2022

Achieving protected status for Polesia, Europe’s largest wetland wilderness

Following important steps taken in Belarus and Ukraine to protect peatlands at the heart of Polesia, conservationists want to see…

1st February 2022

Wins for Polesia in 2021

This week we are reporting some of the sucesses that the Polesia project team have had over the past year.…

26th January 2022

The future of sheep farming in degraded pastures

Farmers need more and more supplementary food to feed their sheep on the winter pastures of the Chachuna Managed Reserve…

19th January 2022

How we are using our projects to advance and apply knowledge of landscape restoration

We are delighted to announce that the ELP is funding five new projects to Advance and Apply our Knowledge of…

12th January 2022

Second herd of kulan arrives in the Ukrainian Danube Delta

The arrival of 20 more kulan on the Tarutino Steppe is part of a long-term reintroduction programme. The animals will…

5th January 2022

New breeding colony of cinereous vultures confirmed in the Greater Côa Valley

At the beginning of November, Rewilding Portugal confirmed the existence of a colony of cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus), which confirmed…

15th December 2021

Endangered eagle migration patterns key to their conservation

The Greater Spotted Eagle is in trouble. Almost extinct in western Europe, Polesia is a stronghold for the critically endangered…

8th December 2021

Bringing back nature to Europe’s landscapes: ELP hosts third Annual Grantee Meeting

The Endangered Landscapes Programme recently hosted its third Annual Grantee Meeting – a three-day online conference of peer-to-peer learning, meaningful…