Today, 30 years ago, the Berlin Wall that separated the capital city in Western and Eastern Germany fell. Just before the final decline of East Germany, one of the most unique nature reserves was created.
The Czech Šumava National Park together with the German Bayrischer Wald National Park form one of the largest, connected forested areas in Central Europe. Many people know the area as the “Green roof of Europe”,
Walk among the treetops, between 8 and 25 meters above the forest floor, and experience untouched nature from a unique perspective on a 1,300 meter long pathway! Please also read: Megaphone built to hear nature The
The European Wilderness Society meeting provided an opportunity for representatives of National Nature Park “Zacharovanyy kray” (Ukraine) and Low Tatra National Park ( Slovak Republic) to get acquainted and discuss ideas for common projects. Zacharovanyy
Recently you had a chance to read on our web-site about Wilderness pre-assessment in the Carpathian National Nature Park, Ukraine, which received Candidate Diploma of the member of European Wilderness Network. Carpathian National Nature Park
As we already informed our supporters, the European Wilderness Society is continuously supporting the members of the European Wilderness Network,which in the Ukraine is our local partner National Nature Park Zacharovanyy kray. Thus, in July, during
From 6th to 9th of august 2015 the 9th „Day of Biodiversity“ took place in the Untersulzbachtal in the Hohe Tauern National Park in Salzburg. About 60 scientists from Austria, Germany, Slowenia and Croatia spent those
If you ever wondered what pressures exist for wilderness, here is an article, which we received from Stela Dineva, WWF Bulgarian Office. This is a reaction to our article on the threats for Tatra National