Implementation Projects News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Photo: Max Yakovlev

New eagle owl releases in the Danube Delta move local population towards viability

Two batches of three young eagle owls have just been released in the Danube Delta project area in Ukraine. Their…

15th September 2021

The Next Generation of Protected Areas in Polesia

In central Polesia, one million hectares is already protected. This network of protected areas includes three national parks and several…

8th September 2021

Landscape restoration supports nature-based tourism growth in the Danube Delta

In the Ukrainian Danube Delta, the opening of a new photography hide and the ongoing restoration of the forest landscape…

30th August 2021

Life after death – the beauty of deadwood invertebrates

Criss-crossing trunks at drunken angles, broken lichen-scarred limbs, softly rotting wood beneath further freshly fallen trunks. These might be the…

7th July 2021

Marmot

ELP landscape restoration grant call for applications

The Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) is inviting expressions of interest from organisations and partnerships that share the programme’s vision. This…

1st July 2021

Sorraia horse foal

New release of horses advances restoration of the Greater Côa Valley

A herd of 10 Sorraia horses (two male and eight female) has been released in Vale Carapito. This new 60-hectare…

15th June 2021