Thayatal National Park, Austria formally applied for the European Wilderness Society Quick-Audit. Therefore the management decided to identify the Wilderness and Wilderness restoration zones
Right in the middle of Europe we find Thayatal National Park in Austria and Podyjí National Park in the Czech Republic. The two national
The temperatures in Tamsweg, where our main office is located, dropped below -20 degrees this week. It was time for a short experiment: Because
A hunter in the southeastern region of Austria might have recorded the presence of another Golden jackal. However, experts from the Austrian Golden jackal project
It has been a discussion between nature conservationists and the fishery industries for two decades. The question whether the fish otter threatens fish populations
A few photo-trap pictures revealed two golden jackals (Canis aureus) on camera in the district of Hartberg-Fürstenfeld in Styria, Austria. The local hunter assumes, that three to
This morning we wrote about the great news that the Swiss canton Graubünden is welcoming the return of the wolves to assist in the
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.
A few days ago Minister of Environment and Natural Resources of Ukraine, Mr. Ostap Semerak, and Ambassador of Austria in Ukraine, Mrs. Hermine Poppeller,
Our team biologist, Nick Huisman, and the European Wilderness Society apprentice, Robin Rossberg, paid a visit to Salzburg over the weekend. One of the
The European Wilderness Society has the unique and privileged position that their main office lies in Tamsweg, a city with just over 6,000 inhabitants.
When people think about nature conservation and wilderness, they think of undisturbed grasslands and large forests. There we find many different animals and human
Europe is proud of its tremendous efforts to protected its flora and fauna and to restore its habitats. It has defined in the FFH directive a series
The European Wilderness Society is based in Tamsweg, the main village of the new UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Lungau. The Austrian Broadcasting service just produced
Anni Henning and Max Rossberg met with several senior officials of the Ministry to discuss the current school project “Let’s get wild!”. In addition
This spring, the European Wilderness Society started the preparations for a two year project aimed at Austria’s Highschools, focusing on Wilderness. This bilingual project is supported
We recently assessed the Kalkalpen National Park in Austria for its wilderness conditions, hiking through different sections of the park, discussing with park staff
During the European Wilderness Academy Days, participants will have the opportunity to choose from three amazing field trips. The National Park is offering a trip
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.
In the heart of Austria lies an island of wilderness in which lynx were repeatedly reported since 1998: the national park Kalkalpen. In 2011