Wolf projects in Europe


© Wolf Steiger
© Wolf Steiger

It is only a question of time before the grey-coated raiders will be returning to the South-West of Germany, We are preparing for it. More...


© Joachim Flachs
© Joachim Flachs

Genetic analyses have confirmed that German wolves are closely related to those in East Poland, which is why the future of the grey-coated hunters in Germany is closely linked with the development of the wolf population and the range of their roaming in Poland. More...

Border triangle Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia (Beskydy)

© Wolf Steiger
© Wolf Steiger

In the border triangle between Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia EuroNatur is supporting a transboundary research and conservation project. More...


© Wolf Steiger
© Wolf Steiger

There is great pressure on the wolf populations in Bulgaria. Results of scientific studies show that the Bulgarian forest authorities allow an irresponsibly high quota of wolves to be shot. More...


© Joachim Flachs
© Joachim Flachs

Since the beginning of the 1970s the population of wolves in Croatia has been falling rapidly. Working to reverse this tendency the Croatian Office for Nature Conservation is installing experts as so-called wolf inspectors. More...

Trans-European Wildlife Networks

© Jan-Hendrik Huch
© Jan-Hendrik Huch

For species such as wolves, bears, lynxes and their prey roads and railway lines frequently form insurmountable hurdles. How can this negative impact be kept at a minimum? More...


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Brown Bear

Seen as a predator with a sweet tooth, a much loved model for soft toys yet outlawed and hunted down as a blood-thirsty beast: the brown bear.


Lithe and skillful, the lynx is a shy, lone hunter. If it is to survive in Europe and if the population is to be undisturbed enough to increase in number, intensive protection measures will be required.


Mankind's relationship to the wolf is ambivalent – on the one hand the animal is admired as a skilled and untiring hunter but also ill-famed as Isengrim the bloodthirsty and persecuted.

Migratory birds

Always to be where living conditions are best: this is a luxury that only those with wings can afford.

Green Belt

Across 12 500 kilometres (over 7700 miles) the Green Belt stretches along the one-time Iron Curtain forming a corridor of habitats for an exceptional diversity of species.

Rivers in Europe

Where in Germany can you still find the original wild rivers? You'll need a magnifying glass. But in the Balkans such utopias still exist on a large scale, even today.

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Environmental award since 1992.

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