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Rewilding Principles in Practice

We have an exciting week ahead of us as we're moving closer to the launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration on World Environment Day this Saturday! 🌱

As part of the official launch programme we invite you to join us for our ‘Rewilding Principles In Practice’ webinar on June 3 as several of our rewilding experts share their insight and expertise.

We will explore rewilding in progress, with a focus on the inspiring Danube Delta, talking about actions on the ground, challenges faced and lessons learned, as nature has been given the space to reshape the landscape.

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News from our rewilding areas

A herd of 13 European bison has arrived in the Southern Carpathians rewilding area in May!
The animals, which will initially be kept in an acclimatisation enclosure before their release into the wild, will soon join the free-roaming bison that have already been reintroduced in the Ţarcu Mountains. These now number between 65 and 70 (including animals born in the wild), representing Romania’s largest wild bison population.

Rewilding Europe and WWF-Romania have been reintroducing European bison into the Southern Carpathians rewilding area since 2014, supported by the LIFE programme.

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Restoration measures on the Tarutino Steppe
Measures to restore damaged areas of the Tarutino Steppe in the Ukraine are part of a vision to establish a wilder local landscape governed more by natural processes.
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Horses to boost rewilding in the Greater Côa Valley
The release of 10 Sorraia horses in the Greater Côa Valley in northern Portugal will increase natural grazing, reduce wildfire risk and boost nature-based tourism.
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WaterBear shows rewilding in Central Apennines
With a new short documentary on the iconic Marsican bear in the Central Apennines of Italy, online streaming platform WaterBear highlights the vital rewilding efforts by our dedicated Rewilding Apennines team.

The team is working on large “coexistence corridors” by connecting the local economy with wilder nature in wildife corridors, where local communities will learn to live alongside the spectacular wildlife of the Central Apennines, of which the Marsican brown bear is the most iconic species.

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A growing rewilding movement

Bunloit Rewilding has a bold vision. To regenerate nature, increase biodiversity, capture carbon on a grand scale and re-energise a local community’s economy, while promoting a new method of land management.

In 2020, Rewilding Europe Capital invested 75,000 euros in a Bunloit green bond to assist with the estate purchase. Jeremy Leggett, the Executive Director of Bunloit Rewilding, hopes to build on the biodiversity that already exists on the land.
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ERN works to enhance natural grazing
With the arrival of Spain’s first herd of Tauros to Parque La Maleza sierra Albarracin, our new ERN member is working to enhance biodiversity by boosting natural grazing in the area.
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Sigma Plan is creating space for the Scheldt River
Being an inspiring, large-scale initiative, new ERN member Sigma Plan is a beautiful example of how flood protection and rewilding can go hand in hand, providing myriad of other benefits for both people and nature.
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Join a growing rewilding movement
And help us realise our vision of a wilder Europe, with more space for wild nature, wildlife and natural processes. For the benefit of all.
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