Magdalena Kulisch

Magdalena Kulisch - Project leader

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Magdalena Kulisch has always been fascinated by wolves. Her bachelor studies in biology and her master in forest and nature conservation were but a logical consequence of her deeply felt wish to protect these amazing animals. When Magdalena Kulisch for the first time heard wolves howling in the wild during an internship in the Bavarian Forest National Park, it was really an unforgettable experience for her.

Magdalena Kulisch has been the wolf woman at EuroNatur since 2018, focusing on coordinating cooperation with our partner organisations in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia. Further, she is working as the project manager to save the Mediterranean monk seal from extinction and support the return of the species to its previous habitats. Magdalena Kulisch thus ties in with her second major area of dedication: the protection of marine mammals.

In her own words: „I was travelling in Central America and New Zealand. Today I know that there’s no need to travel that far to experience outstanding nature. This is still possible even on our densely populated continent. I would like to contribute to preserving the wild beauty of Europe and to enabling a peaceful coexistence of mankind and nature“. 

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