September is Wildlife Comeback month at Rewilding Europe!
On September 27, a new and updated Wildlife Comeback Report will be launched, which will provide state-of-the-art insights on wildlife comeback at a European scale, written by a team of experts from ZSL, BirdLife and the European Bird Census Council and supported by by Arcadia – a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin -, WWF Netherlands, and the Dutch Postcode Lottery.
More information can be found on our Wildlife Comeback page. It is also possible to join the official launch event at Cambridge University!
On 29 September, we're hosting a Rewilding Symposium with Wageningen University & Research and the Netherlands Institute of Ecology in honour of the formal inauguration of Special Professor in Rewilding Ecology Liesbeth Bakker!
It will be a hybrid event, with the possibility to join on-site in Wageningen (Netherlands) or to tune in online! Follow the link for more information about speakers and programme
Shot by Bruno D’Amicis and Umberto Esposito, the short film “Central Apennines, A Rewilding Journey” is a beautiful vignette of rewilding in the Central Apennines of Italy. Boosting outreach in the local community, it will also help to promote rewilding to a wider audience. Watch this inspiring and moving short documentary and join the Rewilding Apennines team on their journey!
Cinereous vultures in the Greater Côa Valley As a keystone species, vultures are an integral part of healthy ecosystems. The discovery last year of a cinereous vulture colony in the Greater Côa Valley is therefore good news for wild nature and local rewilding efforts. READ MORE >>
Want to support rewilding while exploring our rewilding landscapes yourself?
Are you passionate about scaling up Europe’s nature comeback? As we continue our mission to make Europe a wilder place, we are now seeking a Head of Upscaling. A highly strategic ànd operational position in a growing organisation.
ERN welcomes four Finnish initiatives Finnish NGO Snowchange is working to rewild a growing number of peatlands and forests. Four sites within Snowchange’s burgeoning Landscape Rewilding Programme have just joined the European Rewilding Network. READ MORE>>
The European rewilding movement has come a long way since Rewilding Europe was founded in 2011. With a series of ‘Impact Stories’ we examine how the impact of rewilding has grown over the last decade, demonstrating the benefits of wilder nature and inspiring others to engage in rewilding too. Click one of the images below and start exploring!