Annette Spangenberg

Annette Spangenberg - Project leader

© Gunther Willinger
© Gunther Willinger

Annette Spangenberg began her support of the foundation working at the office in Ludwigsburg directly after taking her degree in landscape conservancy at the Nürtingen Polytechnic and she  joined the EuroNatur team in 2002.

In 2004 she moved to Radolfzell and it is here that she is in charge of a wide range of EuroNatur projects: among them are the protection of the Balkan lynx in Albania and Macedonia, the protection of wolves and the projects for the protection of the Monk Seals in Greece and off the Atlantic coast of Mauritania.


In her own words: “It appeals to me to be working Europe-wide and it particularly interests me to get to know people from a different cultural and social background, to work together and with their help make the projects a success. I have great respect for our partners in countries such as Albania and Macedonia. Despite the lack of recognition for nature conservation in their countries they don't give up but keep on working for our common goals.”

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