The Czech Šumava National Park together with the German Bayrischer Wald National Park form one of the largest, connected forested areas in Central Europe.
We can find some of the most pristine nature around the world in Biosphere Reserves and Wilderness. Management styles and main attributes can differ
The German government and several environmental organisations are working on an ambitious goal for 2020. They aim to have Wilderness areas cover 2% of
Last weekend, our Wilderness team visited Triglav National Park in Slovenia, together with Garry Oye, former Chief of Wilderness Stewardship Division of the United States. Triglav
Today and tomorrow, our Wilderness experts are performing a Quick-Audit in the Austrian National Park Thayatal. Thayatal shares its borders with the Czech National
Last week our Wilderness and Large Carnivore experts spent a week in central Italy to visit Majella National Park, home to the Majella Wilderness.
Forests, rivers, mountains, and deserts are examples of elements of nature that surrounds us. To fully understand these elements we have to first of
One of the defining features of Wilderness is its distance from human civilisation, and the peace and solitude that can be experienced in the
The Pirin National Park in Bulgaria was established on 18 November 1962. In that time it used to be a wonderful place with a
Right in the middle of Europe we find Thayatal National Park in Austria and Podyjí National Park in the Czech Republic. The two national
A newly published study in Nature confirms that our mountain peaks get greener. The acceleration with which plants occupy new territory links to the rising
Next month, two inspiring people from Germany start a unique and year-long project, named Adventureland Europe. Jan and Eva will walk on foot from
Stewart “Brandy” Brandborg passed away last Saturday, surrounded by his family in his home in the Bitterroot valley. Brandy was “a mentor and inspiration,
Recently, our colleagues Vlado Vancura and Nick Huisman visited National Park Sumava in the Czech Republic. One specific point of interest was a strictly
European Nature was and is significantly shaped by humans. Our actions alter our natural surroundings and traces of human influences can be found even
From Boulder City at Lake Mead, Nevada, to Death Valley in Southern California on to Mammoth Lakes furhter North in just a single day!
The Balkans between Slovenia and Albania host some of the last wild rivers in Europe. About 80% of this region’s rivers are considered healthy
A recently published IUCN report states that about 18% of the assessed European saproxylic beetles are at risk of extinction. This can be led
The aim of this event was to get locals back on track to fight for their wilderness and to stand against the current threats
My time in the Bitterroot Valley not only exposed me to incredible, untouched nature but moreover got me in touch with several passionate wilderness