Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Staffan Widstrand / Rewilding Europe

Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Rewilding Portugal

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Juan Carlos Muñoz / Rewilding Europe

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Free-roaming bison herds deliver positive climate impact

May 17, 2024
A new study has calculated that the European bison population currently roaming free in the Southern Carpathians rewilding landscape in Romania could help to draw down and store 54,000 tonnes of carbon a year - the equivalent of the annual CO2 emissions of almost 123.000 european cars. This positive climate impact magnifies the importance of supporting wildlife comeback across European landscapes, with rewilding playing a key role.
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Rewilding efforts support roe deer comeback in the Greater Côa Valley

April 18, 2024
A survey carried out by the University of Aveiro has shown that rewilding efforts in Portugal’s Greater Côa Valley are helping roe deer return to the landscape. This is good news for Iberian wolves – and for local farmers.
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101 guard dogs: enhancing human-wolf coexistence in northern Portugal

March 2, 2024
A livestock guard dog programme overseen by Rewilding Portugal has just reached its impressive target, with the 101st dog handed over to a local farmer. By reducing livestock predation, the programme will support the recovery of the endangered and ecologically important Iberian wolf.
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Travel Diary – Tourism Training in Italy

June 24, 2021
Daniel Veríssimo, Rewilding Portugal's Enterprise Officer, was present at the European Safari Company's Tourism Training in Italy, and brings a magical experience in his luggage that he now shares with us.
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Rewilding Portugal and Jornal Fórum Covilhã sign collaboration protocol

March 5, 2020
Rewilding Portugal celebrated on the morning of March 4, 2020, Wednesday, a collaboration protocol with Jornal Fórum Covilhã.
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The LIFE WolFlux project has received funding from the LIFE Programme of the European Union.

The LIFE programme is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action created in 1992. Every year, the European Commission, which manages the program LIFE launches a call for proposals and, based on criteria that take into account the multiannual strategic program and any national priorities, determines which of the proposed projects, can benefit from the financial support of LIFE and regularly publishes a list of these projects.

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