The 21st century is the time of Artificial Intelligence, the time where cryptocurrencies thrive and people have learned that nature is irreplaceable. Or is
Before you dive into this article, let us define some terminology. This article is about wolf-dog crossbreeds, which you probably know as wolf hybrids.
We know that the wolf is making a comeback in Europe. Over the last years, the first individuals visited countries like Belgium, Luxembourg and
The border of Italy and France is known as the large, steep and rugged Western Alps. Despite the wild mountains human presence impacted this
France recently started with the implementation of a new six-year management plan for wolves. An important statement from the Minister of Environment and Minister
The European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs commissioned a study on Large Carnivores in Europe. The study focuses on the
We are delighted to announce that the US Forest Service in cooperation with the European Wilderness Society invites four (4) European Rangers from its European
The European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs, at the request of the PETI Committee, commissioned a study on Large Carnivores
Just recently, camera traps captured the first golden Jackal in France. The cameras photographed the animal two times in the south-eastern region, close to
Ambitious 2018 Plan We will release in January our biennial report, the new issue of the European Wilderness Journal, a new European Wilderness Journal Special
Starting this month, France implements their new National Action Plan 2018-2023 for wolves and livestock owners. The plan focuses on the support for herd protection
In the past years, the team of the European Wilderness Society visited and audited the wildest places in Europe. We meticulously researched, personally visited,
We know by now, that the golden jackal is an effective coloniser. Only last week, records from Austria confirmed multiple individuals, which could be
Thirteen more wolf packs in Germany The German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) and the Documentation and Counseling Center of the Federation of
Internationally awarded and professional photographer Laurent Geslin is trying something almost impossible. For almost ten years Laurent is chasing the elusive lynx in Europe.
It seems like an unfair battle between humans and wildlife in Europe. Every day there are news items on the wild animals and how
While wolves are accused and hunted down for killing livestock, European hunters and farmers are missing the biggest issue facing them already: uncontrollable numbers
On August 9th in Cipières (France), the ONCFS (National Office for Hunting and Wildlife) killed three wolf cubs. Officials killed the cubs, barely three
Our new poster ‘Wolves restore nature’s balance in Europe’ is available for downloading! Update 21.08.2017: Now also available in Czech, Dutch, Portuguese and French.
The Kalkalpen Wilderness was recently audited by the European Wilderness Quality Standard and Audit System. The comprehensive 196 page verification report is ready for download. The