2013 - 01 - 31
A recent release of European Wildlife´s new project which deals with the return of wild horses stirred up the interest of the public. This very much proves how exceptional the relationship between the horse and man is.
„We were addressed by several breaders ofExmoorand Hucul ponies who are keen on joining the project or who offer us their animals. Also, a lot of horse lovers woud like to help take care of the horses,” says …
2012 - 12 - 31
This year, as well as eleven previous ones, will rank among the warmest years in the history. Meteorologists have recorded a wave of extreme heat in 2012. The arctic glaciers have decreased in a record way in the last ten months, between March and October there melted the ice area of 11.9 million square kilometres.
The time between this January and October was the ninth warmest in the historical charts which have record the measurement …
2012 - 11 - 30
Wild horses are getting ready for a comeback to Central Europe. Their return is key part of a programme which aims to restore natural pastures, flowering meadows and other elements of biodiversity. The project is being realized by European Wildlife.
“In the past centuries wild horses were exterminated. But their genes have survived in some primitive breeds of horses,” says Dalibor Dostal, director of European Wildlife conservation organization. According to experts, by back-breeding animals in …
2012 - 09 - 28
For hundreds of thousands of years the Aurochs was a part of European nature. Since the death of the last aurochs in 1627 in the Jaktorow game preserve in Poland, it seemed that Europe has lost this key species forever. The history is about to change, though. European Wildlife organization in cooperation with the Dutch Taurus Foundation is preparing a project aiming to return the Aurochs to the mountains of Central Europe.
“In mountainous areas …
2012 - 09 - 07
Scientists have counted up that even if we managed to slightly decrease global temperatures gradually with getting the most strict measures through, the ocean surface would rise of more than 14 centimetres by 2100.
The ocean surface rising will continue for hundreds of years without regard to the fact whether we will manage to vastly decrease emissions and this way also global temperatures. In that case it would be at least possible to slow the …