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New study finds capercaillie nest survival could increase by 83% with diversionary feeding

Researchers have found that nests where diversionary feeding was deployed during the breeding season had an 83% increased chance of survival.…

10th July 2024

From degradation to restoration: Measuring six years of progress

The Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme has released in-depth monitoring data from six years of large-scale restoration across Europe, now…

17th June 2024

Three people Planting artic alpines Mardale Head.

A new toolkit to help navigate diverse perspectives in landscape restoration

People have diverse and strongly held views about landscapes, particularly when they are deeply embedded with places, potentially over generations.…

10th June 2024

Navigating conflict: How the war in Ukraine changed eagle migration patterns

Polesia, spanning over 18 million hectares across Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia, is a crucial refuge for threatened wildlife. The…

29th May 2024

Almany Mires Nature Reserve, Belarus. Autumn landscape. Credit: Khrystsina Luzai

Landscape Fires and Drivers in a Restoration Context

A study funded by the Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme has found that over 20% of some of Europe’s most…

4th March 2024

Reflecting on 2023: Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme Annual Review 

As we reflect on the achievements of the Endangered Landscapes & Seascapes Programme (ELSP) in 2023, we are starting to…

16th February 2024