Last week our Wilderness and Large Carnivore experts spent a week in central Italy to visit Majella National Park, home to the Majella Wilderness.
Today our colleagues Max Rossberg and Nick Huisman visited the Italian Majella Wilderness. Majella Wilderness is currently the only Italian member of the European
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.
The Italian government recently approved a controversial legislative change in the national Forest Law (Law 28, July 2016, Nr. 154). Mr Enrico Borghi (Democratic
Drastic but well researched idea being tested on Blackface sheep and Wild Boar One of the biggest challenge of the return of the wolf
Update 3.4.2018: After constructive feedback from our followers, we have added more detailed information on the proposed law. Italy has a new Forest Law.
Our Wilderness and Wolf friends from South Tyrol in northern Italy need your help, urgently. The recent petition by local politician Arnold Schuler (SVP) provincial
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 logging pressure is increasing in Europe. The European Wilderness Society is receiving alarming messages from various corners of Europe. For example, this message from Slovakia:
The border of Italy and France is known as the large, steep and rugged Western Alps. Despite the wild mountains human presence impacted this
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
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
We use rivers for many reasons, they provide us with water, food and a mode of transport. Over the last centuries, we also figured
After a 100 years of absence, the first wolf pack has returned to the vibrant city of Rome. This surprising news has spread in Europe
Research in protected areas contributes to our understanding of the dynamic processes of nature. It is a tool to justify how and why it
Interview with Alessia De Lorenzis, researcher and iresponsible of Castel di Guido Reserve for LIPU – BirdLife Italy. Interview was conducted by Mauro Belardi, European
After 100 years of absence, the wolf found its way back home… to Rome. Once being feared, chased and hunted down, driven almost to
“Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe (Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain
Today was a milestone in the travel itinerary of a Wolf on his route across Europe. Besides visiting Italy, Austria, Switzerland he now has