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Rewilding Europe celebrates its tenth anniversary

June 28, 2021  |  News

Both Rewilding Europe and the rewilding movement have come a long way since 2011. With Rewilding Europe’s tenth anniversary celebrations kicking off on June 29, now is the time to reflect on progress and look to the future.

The Ukrainian Danube Delta welcomes pelicans

May 28, 2021  |  News

During the fourth Southeastern European Pelican Census simultaneous measures were taken in many European countries to count two globally endangered species – Great white and Dalmatian pelicans. In Ukraine the counts took place on May 15-21 as part of the “Pelican Way of LIFE” project, being implemented in our country by Rewilding Ukraine in cooperation with the Danube Biosphere Reserve (DBR).

Rewilding successes 2020 in the Danube Delta

December 30, 2020  |  News

2020 was not an easy year and you have probably also suffered from it in one way or another. The work and lives of our team were disturbed significantly, starting from few team members got sick with the COVID-19 and following the quarantine restrictions such as closed borders, many bureaucratic obstacles, ban on public events like festivals, education campaigns, press-tours and else.

Red deers and fallow deers settled on Ermakov island

December 10, 2020  |  News

At the beginning of December, 4 red deers and 12 fallow deers were released on the Ermakov island in the Danube Biosphere Reserve in Ukraine as part of a rewilding partnership between Rewilding Ukraine and the island’s concessioners, Ermak Ltd. The mission of animals is to complete the composition of large fauna in the Danube Delta, diversify the natural grazing process on the island and to promote the development of ecological tourism in the region.

The Endangered Landscapes programme invites artists in 8 landscape restoration regions in Europe

December 7, 2020  |  News

Today the Endangered Landscapes Programme announces the launch of the Endangered Landscapes Artist Residencies and Arts Prize. This is part of an exciting new collaboration with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative’s Arts, Science and Conservation Programme (ASCP). Artists from Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Turkey, Ukraine, and Wales are invited to take part in the project.

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