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Can camera trapping help capture predator ecology?

Over the last few centuries, Scotland has been a dangerous place to be a predator. Described by some as the…

31st July 2019

Reimagining Europe’s landscapes: ELP announces grants to catalyse new restoration initiatives

New grants from the Endangered Landscapes Programme mean that steps will be taken to plan for the restoration of some of Europe’s most iconic…

23rd July 2019

One man and his dog: how an extraordinary partnership is helping assess wolf populations in Portugal

It only takes a minute to see that Portuguese wildlife biologist Duarte Cadete and Alice – a six-year-old rescue from…

18th July 2019

From Summit to Sea: Natural solutions to decarbonising landscapes

By Melanie Newton, Project Director for the ELP-funded project Summit to Sea, mid-Wales In Britain, the conversation around how we…

5th July 2019

Konik horses find a new home in the Danube Delta

Earlier this week two families of Konik horses were released on the Ermakov Island in the Danube Delta by Rewilding…

27th June 2019

Navigating Georgia’s complex political ecology in the Chachuna Managed Reserve

We’ve driven across rolling green hills for the past two hours and have yet to see a single person, a…

20th June 2019

The Gökova Bay project: Protecting the world’s most over-fished sea

Today is World Oceans Day, and earlier this week the UN’s International Day for the Fight Against Illegal Fishing was observed.…

8th June 2019

Water buffalo release in the Danube Delta provides boost for landscape

Rewilding Europe, who are spearheading both the Danube Delta and Western Iberia projects of the Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP), have…

3rd June 2019

The Greater Côa Valley: how rural architecture can help build a future for nature

By David Thomas With griffon vultures soaring overhead, the warm air thick with the scent of rosemary, chamomile, lavender and…

24th May 2019