Nature photographer Peter Dettling shows us in the series ‘Once around the Sun with the Calanda wolves’ the highlights of his 3-year long research
Peter Dettling takes us on a year-long adventure in Switzerland with his new series. ‘Once around the Sun with the Calanda wolves’ publishes a
The series ‘Once around the Sun with the Calanda wolves’ started in early March on World Wildlife Day. In the following 52 weeks, a
The Calanda wolf pack is almost a celebrity. Not only because of different scientific research, but mainly because it contradicts many of the common
As the European Wilderness Society Wilderness Education initiative Lets Get Wild supported by the Austrian Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism is coming to its climax,
During the last couple of weeks and months, we visited many Wilderness all across Europe. Considering that the European Wilderness Movement only started 20
On Thursday 22nd of June, the Wilderness film called ‘The last true Wilderness’ premiered at the International Film Festival 2017 in Groningen, The Netherlands.
The Wilderness Act of 1964 was a milestone in the preservation of self-willed land in the United States and was a beacon for many
“We do have a great responsibility, all of us, on protecting wolves” (José Ignacio Vega) La Emocion Del Lobo is a wildlife documentary focused
The story of Romeo, the wolf who flirted with dogs, is an exceptional story of a wild wolf befriending dogs in the Alaskan city
Under the guidance of the Zoological Society of Frankfurt a new short film depicting Wilderness in Germany was filmed. The film exhibits some of
Gudrun and Vlado, accompanied by Jim O´Donnel, are making a pledge to save great places in Western Tatras such as Jalovecka Valley and Rackova
Short film promoting wilderness in Germany – by Gregor Louisoder Umweltstiftung. The film is part of an online campaign to save more wilderness in
The European Wilderness Society together with Sami Fayed produced a great video to raise awareness to protect Europe´s last wilderness. We hope you enjoy
“How Wolves Change Rivers” is a four and a half minute clip about the unexpected effects of reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone National Park in the early nineties. This video explains the trophic cascade, or trickle down effect, that happens in all food chains
George Monbiot, a columnist of the Guardian, delivered an interesting speech about what the problem is with National Parks in the UK. Unfortunately the
This video shows a good tactic of tourists, somewhere in Russia, to avoid conflict with a bear. SING!
Our team presents the video report about the trip to the wilderness zone of National Park Zacharovanyy Kray in the Ukraine.
Interesting animation video why we should not consider more hydro power dam along our rivers.
Silent Wanderer: Short film by Sami Fayed highlighting the social and biological aptitudes of Canis lupus